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Cech signs new Chelsea contract

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By Andrew Tuft

Tuesday 29 May 2012

Petr Cech has signed a new contract keeping him at Chelsea until 2016, the Daily Telegraph has reported. The Czech Republic international first moved to the Premier League in 2004.

Cech has made more appearances for the Stamford Bridge club than any foreign player in Chelsea’s history, and has won three league titles, four FA Cups, two League Cups and the Champions League in his eight years wearing Chelsea colours. The 30-year-old was also recently voted his country’s Player of the Year for a record seventh time.

In 369 Chelsea appearances Cech has kept 178 clean sheets and saved three penalties in the Champions League final, two in the shootout itself and one in extra-time, helping the Blues eventually triumph 4-3 after the match was drawn 1-1.

Cech has also been capped 89 times by his country and will take part at Euro 2012 as the most capped of all the Czech Republic players. Captain Tomas Rosicky has 86 appearances to his name and striker Milan Baros 87, but Cech has inched past both his teammates.

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By Rejane on 14 June 2012 at 06:57

I think Chelsea differs from ManU or Arsenal in its style of bdliuup in opponent's area. They do a lot of passing while we rely more on set pieces or some power burst. As far as Sheva is concerned he needs to be a part of bdliuup.But right now we are not playing that way and hence players are relying on personal brilliance to score. Sheva needs supplies, he can't do scoring on his own like Robben,Drogba or Lampard. Our midfielders are capable of scoring and hence they are not giving strikers that many chances to flourish.Sheva is trying hard but one can't demolish defences in EPL on his own.One has to be part of bdliuup which Sheva is not able to do at the moment.And any new striker will always struggle at Chelsea due to our lack of bdliuup play.As far as Ballack is concerned, he is slow for EPL.He looses ball so easily and then concedes free kicks in danger areas. He seems to be breaking our flow due to his slow movement rather than assisting it. 6





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