Sidwell: Sarri Not the Right Man for Chelsea

Steven Sidwell, the former midfielder from Chelsea has said that there has been one moment which showed that Sarri isn’t the right man for taking the Chelsea forward. Maurizio Sarri appears as he is he going to leave Stamford Bridge in this summer for taking up reigns at Juventus, the Italian giants. Although he hadRead More


Manchester City is in the enviable position at this stage of the season whereby they are still in four competitions.the Citizens are two months away from what would be their greatest season if they can pull it off. However, this run has also brought about questions to the team as recent games have been wonRead More

Steve Sidwell Says Adieu

The 35-year-old footballer Steve Sidwell has finally called upon his game after he faced multiple back and ankle injuries. These health conditions made it difficult for the footballer to play at the Brighton’s premier league campaign. He left Seagulls in June and now again returns back to them a developer for the youth game andRead More

Steve Sidwell To Go Into Coaching Line

Steve Sidwell recently spoke about his retirement and his surgery that kept him away from most of the matches in the last season. Sidwell is now a free agent after he left Brighton this summer. However, he is now determined to get back to his fitness, although it would be a bit of a struggle.Read More

Sidwell On Conte

Former Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell believes that the club should stick to manager Antonio Conte next season. He believes that the club needs some new players rather than changing manager. He said that all the big clubs have invested massively in new players and Chelsea has failed to do so last season. He said thatRead More

Sidwell: Pochettino will Stay at Spurs

Former Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell has backed the blues to go for Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino as a potential replacement for Antonio Conte. Rumours about Chelsea going in for the South American have emerged in the last few days, as it is becoming increasingly certain that Conte will leave the blues after the FA CupRead More


Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is seeking to break the League Cup record if he gets another winners’ medal as coach. The Portuguese would be the most successful manager in the history of the tournament if he wins it again. Mourinho holds the current joint record with Sir Alex Ferguson and Brian Clough after fourRead More

Steve Sidwell signs a 1 year contract with Brighton & Albion

Brighton & Hove Albion has recently gone through a historic moment as they earned a promotion spot during the 2016-17 season of the English Championship League with a 2nd position finish which allows the club to compete in the Premier League.

This is the 1st time in 34 years that Brighton & Hove Albion has managed to compete in the top tier league in England.

Steve Sidwell played a huge role in this remarkable achievement as the 34 year old England midfielder made 34 appearances with 29 of them coming off in the starting lineup of the head coach Chris Hughton.

It´s because of how impactful that Steve Sidwell has recently been that he was offered a 1 year contract extension and Chris Hughton had a few things to say concerning Sidwell as the 58 year old English manager said:

“Steve has been a key member of the squad over the past 18 months. Our fans know his qualities well, and his experience, particularly at Premier League level, will be important for us.”

Making a return to the English Premier League is a monumental feat for Brighton & Albion but at the same time, it will also bring forth a new string of challenges and obstacles to overcome.

Chris Hughton has experience in coaching clubs in the English Premier League as he has been at the helm of: Tottenham Hotspur and also was able to push Newcastle United to the top tier English League as well.

Not everyone in the squad of Chris Hughton has competed in the Premier League but one of those who actually has is Steve Sidwell as he used to perform with clubs such as: Chelsea and Arsenal.

Sidwell is confident that Brighton & Hove Albion will be able to make a decent campaign in the upcoming season of 2017-18 and survive.