AS.com

Domingo, 20 de Abril de 2014

CHELSEA | BENÍTEZ

'The Sun': Abramovich could extend Rafa Benitez's contract

Under Benítez, Chelsea have won six of their last seven games, scoring 26 goals, But above all, the Spaniard's leadership has lead to the renaissance of Fernando Torres.

  • Desplegar
  • Desplegar
  • Enviar por email
  • Imprimir

¿Para qué sirve cada uno?

Facebook

Comparte nuestras noticias con tus amigos en la red social que utilizan millones de personas en todo el mundo.

Twitter

Comparte tus noticias favoritas con tus amigos.

Tuenti

Comparte nuestras noticias con tus amigos en esta popular red social.

meneame

Sitio web que se sirve de la inteligencia colectiva para dar a conocer noticias. Los usuarios registrados envían historias que los demás usuarios del sitio pueden votar.

"¿Mi futuro? Sé cosas, pero no voy a decir nada del Real Madrid"
ampliar imagen

Edu Herrero | 28/12/2012

In barely a month, Rafa Benítez has gained the confidence of the Chelsea players, who have given the perfect response on the pitch to their recent woes.

The Spaniard has also managed to cool the hostility of the fans, who chanted against him in his first few games in charge, and he has also convinced Roman Abramovich, who hired him for six months but who is now considering renewing his contract, according to an 'exclusive' report published by 'The Sun'.

Under Benítez, Chelsea have won six of their last seven games, scoring 26 goals in the process. But above all, the Spaniard's leadership has lead to the renaissance of Fernando Torres, who has scored seven goals in his last seven games.

The only downside of Benítez's last four weeks at Chelsea has been losing the Club World Cup final to Corinthians in Tokyo.

Despite that mishap, 'The Sun' claims that Abramovich may reconsider Benítez's short-term contract and offer him a longer one, owing to the difficulty in convincing Pep Guardiola to join the club next summer.

Former Chelsea coach José Mourinho, who had been linked with a return to Stamford Bridge, is more likely to join Manchester United, Manchester City or Paris Saint-Germain if he leaves Real Madrid this summer. The Portuguese also left the club after falling out with the Russian owner.

Therefore, the good results and positive dynamic could lead Abramovich to allow Benítez to stay on longer than planned, as happened with Roberto Di Matteo last summer.

También te puede interesar:

Otras ediciones

0 Comentarios

    Normas de uso
    Esta es la opinión de los internautas, no de AS.com
    No está permitido verter comentarios contrarios a las leyes españolas o injuriantes.
    Reservado el derecho a eliminar los comentarios que consideremos fuera de tema.
    Comentario
    Striker Manager

    Striker Manager

    Monitor finances, choose your signings wisely, select the best strategy, and face off friends to become the best manager in the world.


    Secciones
    Otros medios Asociados
    © DIARIO AS, S.L. - Valentín Beato, 44 - 28037 Madrid [España] - Tel. 91 375 25 00
    MEDIOS ASOCIADOS:
    OTROS MEDIOS: