SARAH. 15. BRAZILIAN.
a giant love for football. and a giant love for how football makes me feel. chelsea fc. brazil nt. neymar jr. i watch too many tv shows my blog is a mess and i like food lots yay
CAREFREE SINCE 1905sports make me cry i don't know why i bother with them sometimes okay i'm dumb bye'
Once you've played for this club, you're always welcomed back for the rest of your life,
you become chelsea and chelsea becomes you.
"ALL OF US, TEAMS, DIRECTORS, MANAGERS, ARE PASSING THROUGH CHELSEA FOOTBALL CLUB. BUT THE SUPPORTERS ARE THERE ALWAYS. AND THEY NEVER FORGET.” — GIANFRACO ZOLA, 2005.
About the pressure for being the captain: It’s something I think about all the time. In fact, it’s something I’ve thought about since Mano selected his very first squad, for that friendly against USA. Time passes quickly and the pressure doesn’t stop increasing. It’s totally normal to get nervous, to have butterflies in your stomach, but you relax once the game kicks off. The fear of losing is always there, but you mustn’t let that fear dull your desire to win. In my particular case, because I’m the captain, the pressure is greater but fortunately it’s something I’m able to cope with well. Wearing the armband makes me remember everything I’ve been through to get here and, for that reason, you can be sure that I’m going to do my best to do it proud, so that everyone can look to me as an example to follow.
just thinking about how happy david luiz would’ve been now that didier is back at the bridge and now i feel really sad
”The quality on the pitch in this World Cup has been absolutely brilliant, but the level of unity between fans and players off it has been great to see, as well.”
what jose mourinho really thinks..[asked by itsallaboutbayern]
Great names of brazilian football (1/?) → Pelé
Welcome Back, Didier Drogba! [x]