HELSEA: COLE DELIGHTED WITH LUKAKU IMPACT

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Ashley Cole has expressed his happiness with the start that Romelu Lukaku has made to his Chelsea career on the back of big move this summer. Chelsea splashed a club-record fee of £97m on the Belgian senior national team all-time leading goalscorer and he has made a good start in what's his second spell at the club.


COLE: ARSENAL MAJOR HONOURS UNVEILED

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English left-back Ashley Cole won seven trophies in total at Arsenal during his seven-year spell in the first team. Ashley Cole was in the Arsenal first team from 1999 to 2006 having been promoted from the club's youth setup. He briefly left Arsenal to spend some time on loan at Crystal Palace in 2000. Cole scored once in 14 league outings while he was on loan at fellow London club Palace.


CHELSEA: COLE LAUDS LUKAKU RETURN

Retired England international left-back Ashley Cole has praised the return of RomeluLukaku to Stamford Bridge after the deal was announced earlier this month.

Ashley Cole believes that Belgian international Lukaku is the final piece to manager Thomas Tuchel's puzzle at Chelsea. The former Arsenal and Chelsea defender was speaking at Three's store launch on King’s Road. According to him, Lukaku has improved his all-round game since his exit from the Premier League two years ago.


ASHLEY COLE LANDS FIRST MAJOR MANAGERIAL JOB

Former Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has been handed his first professional managerial job after he was appointed as the head coach of the England Under-19 team. The former Blues man has been working on obtaining his coaching badges in the last couple of months and after already recording progress and significant development in his new career path, he has been rewarded with his first major appointment. Cole, who has worked as a pundit since retiring from professional football will now be looking forward to having himself a great career as a head coach and will take up the job officially in the near future.


ASHLEY COLE LANDS FIRST MAJOR MANAGERIAL JOB

Former Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has been handed his first professional managerial job after he was appointed as the head coach of the England Under-19 team. The former Blues man has been working on obtaining his coaching badges in the last couple of months and after already recording progress and significant development in his new career path, he has been rewarded with his first major appointment. Cole, who has worked as a pundit since retiring from professional football will now be looking forward to having himself a great career as a head coach and will take up the job officially in the near future.


COLE SAYS CHILWELL WILL HAVE A GREAT CAMPAIGN NEXT SEASON

After not getting enough chance to play for England at the Euros, Chelsea defender Ben Chilwell is already looking forward to next season and the club's former player Ashley Cole has insisted that the former Leicester City man will make a huge impact next season. Chilwell was called up to Gareth Southgate's England squad for the Three Lions' Euros campaign but he was unfortunately not able to displace the in-form Luke Shaw as the Manchester United left-back continued the brilliant form that he ended last season with.


COLE TIPS ENGLAND TO HAVE A GREAT EUROS TOURNAMENT

There has been a lot of focus on the England national team and how their performance would be like in the tournament. While a lot of people, including players, pundits, and present and past coaches have been carrying out analysis of the country's participating squad, many have claimed that the Englishmen will need huge luck to go far in the tournament even though they currently have a young and talented squad.

The country's former left-back Ashley Cole has joined the conversation and has recently revealed his own verdict of the England squad in a recent interview. A lot of the country's past players including Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, and others have already made their comments - both in form of criticism and in encouragement - about the current players and their chances of bringing home the title.


ASHLEY COLE: PULISIC IS A TOP TALENT AT CHELSEA

Former Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has heaped praise on Christian Pulisic and has hailed the United States Men's National Team star as a special talent ahead of the UEFA Champions League final clash between Chelsea and Manchester City later in May. The winger did not really make much of an impact under Thomas Tuchel this season and had to battle for form, consistency, and against injuries in a campaign that saw him restricted to only a few game time at Stamford Bridge, but he will be hoping to have a better campaign next season.

Pulisic is one of the best players at Chelsea and already has a lot of quality that also makes him one of the finest attackers in the English Premier League but he has had to be restricted from showing his full potential with the Blues since sealing his switch to England from German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund some years ago.


ASHLEY COLE: CHELSEA'S FINAL LOSS HEARTBREAKING

Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans broke the hearts of watching Chelsea fans across the world as the midfielder's long-range strike in the second half of their FA Cup final clash was enough for the Foxes to win the title on Saturday. The Blues and the Foxes locked horns at Wembley on Saturday evening after finding their way to the final of the competition, but it was the King Power Stadium outfit that had the last laugh after the final whistle was blown.

The two teams had a tight game in the first half and no one could find the breakthrough even though there were a couple of chances from both ends. Both goalkeepers from the two clubs were forced to make crucial saves during the match but it was Peter Schmeichel who was more instrumental between the two goalies.


ASHLEY COLE: CHELSEA SHOULD SIGN HAALAND

Former Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has advised the Blues to break the bank and do everything they can to sign Borussia Dortmund forward Erling Haaland this summer, even though he concedes that he knows how hard it will be to try and convince Dortmund to sell. The German Bundesliga giants have reiterated their long-standing desire to keep hold of the 20-year-old striker, insisting that they do not want to sell him this summer, but that could be hard for them as well.

Haaland's agent, Mino Raiola, has reportedly asked the club to allow his client leave in this summer transfer window if any team activates his release clause (of around £70m - £100m) or they could risk losing him on a free transfer to direct rivals Bayern Munich next summer if they do not sell him in this coming transfer window.


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