1. Joe Cole The playmaker is profoundly disappointed that he was unable to renew his contract at Chelsea. He stated that he should have accepted the money that was provided to him. Joe was a lot of fun to watch because of his dribbling talents and ability to easily pass around opponents.
Former Premier League player and Chelsea legend Michael Ballack has been thrown into mourning after the tragic death of his son Emilio following a quad bike accident in Portugal. This news has been received with sadness by football fans who privileged enough to watch the German play in Germany and in the Premier League.
Former Chelsea midfielder Michael ballack son dies in portugal.the teenage son of ex Germany and Chelsea star died at the age of 18 yrs , Emilio ballack was reportedly involved in a quad bike crush in Portugal .for the loss of michael ballack who was a professional footballer and top goal scorer in the history of the German national team .
There have been several devastating and tragic deaths of top football personalities, while some football legends are in mourning the death of their loved ones. Today, former Chelsea German star Michael Ballack and his family are mourning the unfortunate demise of their 18 years old son. According to Mirror sports news reports, Emilio Ballack died in the morning of Thursday in a quad bike crash while at his father's house in Portugal.
The former Chelsea and Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich midfielder Michael Ballack have lost many more finals than any other player. For instance, in the 2001/02 season, he lost the Bundesliga title to Bayern Munich on the last day of the season. Still, in the semi-season, he lost the UEFA champions league to Real Madrid and still lost the German cup finals to Schalke 04.
Here is the list of the world most valuable players to have moved free in the transfer market. Photo:(Source/Courtesy). According to Association football a player becomes a free agent once his contract has expired or is available just before his contract ends. Hence, he is free to be released by his club to a potential buyer who won't be required to pay any transfer fee. While it was reported that Everton paid £20m for the Colombian striker James Rodriquez. It's believed that the striker might have been sold