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Chelsea star handed new £100,000 per week deal to stay at the Stamford Bridge

Chelsea are doing the best they can to retain some of their star players before the January transfer window officially opens.
According to The Standard, Chelsea star Willian has been offered a new £100,000 a week deal to keep him at the English club until 2020. However, the player is yet to officially sign the new deal. 

Currently, the Brazilian earns £80,000 a week but the Blues seem to be worried about the growing interest in his services both in England and Europe. The defending champions signed...

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Willian's late free kick gives Chelsea three points against Dynamo Kyiv

After Alexander Dragovic scored on both ends of the pitch, Willian gave Mourinho a life line in this Champions League edition.
Willian's merciless free kick proved wonders for Chelsea, as the Blues stumbled upon a victory that seemed to be getting away from them as time ran out.

Mourinho's men showed why their coach's job is at risk, but eventually kept their hopes of progression alive after Chelsea's Number 22 drilled a free kick into the top right hand corner of Shovkovsky's net. The Blues are two points ahead of...

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Willian's brace helps Brazil win its first World Cup Qualifier vs Venezuela

Tuesday, Oct 13 2015

Tags: World Cup Qualifiers, CONMEBOL, Brazil, Venezuela, Willian

Chelsea's wingman was the man of the match for A Canarinha, scoring the first two goals for his side in the South American Qualifiers.
Following their loss against Chile in the first match of the World Cup Qualifiers, Brazil bounced back to their good form defeating Venezuela with a 3-1 score. Although La Vinotinto had their chances to hurt Dunga's side, Willian's massive performance proved to be too much for the Venezuelans, leading A Canarinha with a couple of goals to bag their first three points.

Willian could not wait...

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FREE KICK MASTER: Willian scores fourth free kick goal in 5 games

Saturday, Oct 3 2015

Tags: English Premier League, Chelsea, Southampton, Willian

The Brazilian midfielder gave The Blues the go ahead goal against Southampton with a 35-yard free kick that went into the top left-hand corner of Stekelenburg's net.
Even if Chelsea's season is not what fans were expecting, one of their players has given them something to smile about. Brazilian midfielder Willian netted a beautiful free kick against Southampton, giving Mourinho's men the lead after just ten minutes. 

Even if their lead got cancelled before the first half ended, Willian's free kick skills have proven to be quite useful for a team that...

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CLOSE CALL: Brazilians save Chelsea from a big loss at St. James Park

Chelsea was 0-2 behind in the last 12 minutes of the game. The Blues are the second worst defense in the Premier League so far.
 It's either the stadium or just that Jose Mourinho is not having a good time with Chelsea this season that leave the team and their fans concerned after a 2-2 draw at St. James Park. The Special One was nowhere close to winning his first game at the house of Newcastle United. 

Things started getting ugly for Chelsea right at the beginning of the game. It wasn't util the first half...

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Pedro and Willian OUT of Arsenal clash, reveals Mourinho

The Blues lost their Brazilian midfielder in the 1st half of their 4-0 win due to muscle problems, and will also be without the Spanish attacker for Saturday’s London derby.
Chelsea’s opening Champions League fixture saw the London giants return to winning ways, but Wednesday’s victory came at a heavy price for the defending English Premier League champions.

Mourinho’s crew hosted Maccabi Tel Aviv at Stamford Bridge in search of a confidence-boosting victory, coming straight off a shock 3-1 loss to Everton, but achieved what they were in dire need...

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COPA AMERICA 2015 COUNTDOWN: Brazil's squad list, history and fixtures

Led by Neymar, La Canarinha will try to show the world they left their atrocious World Cup performance behind them, while trying to prove they are title contenders once more.
Last year's World Cup was supposed to be all smiles for Brazil, and their fans will surely try to forget it as soon as possible. A good performance by the Verdeamarelha side could help them do so, even if their team is not as strong as other versions of their National Team.

Coach Dunga returns for his second stint as manager, and he will try to apply his tough personality to his team, with hard-working...

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Wenger: Players should be punished after games for diving

With the spotlight shining down on diving in the English Premier League, the Arsenal boss believes players should be given punishment after games for simulation.
With much debate going on in the English Premier League surrounding diving, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has aired his views on the topic, calling for the FA to hand out punishment after games to players for simulation.

Chelsea’s Diego Costa, Willian, and Garry Cahill have all come under criticism by the media for diving this season, with Arsenal’s very own Alexis Sanchez being accused...

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Reactions to Neymar's sublime performance against Turkey

Wednesday, Nov 12 2014

Tags: Turkey, Brazil, Neymar, Willian

The Barcelona player scored another brace with his National Team and assisted Willian for the third Brazilian goal of the evening.
Neymar keeps getting closer to a record breaking career with Brazil's National Team. Today, one of Barcelona's stars showed his class with Brazil after scoring another brace and assisting for another goal in Brazil's performance against Turkey.

Neymar scored his first goal after a deep cross by Fernandinho, getting inside the box and striking the ball in style with his right foot after 20 minutes...

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Transfer deadline day special: Three big winners and losers

The January transfer window is now officially slammed shut. Quite a lot happened on its very last day. Here is a look at the three big winners and losers.
Winners: David Beckham and PSG

The aging legs of David Beckham still have much to offer. After training with Arsenal, the veteran midfielder signed for PSG on Thursday. He is still one of the best when it comes to set-pieces and it would be really interesting to see how he fares for his new club. 

“I'm lucky to have achieved what I've achieved and earned what I have earned,&rdquo...

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