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Plains of Almeria – Season Preview 2013/14 – Donate & Download Now!

Aug 12 • Featured, Joe Tweeds, Opinion, Tactical Analysis • 12387 Views • 6 Comments

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Welcome to the Plains of Almería Season Preview for 2013/14. For just 99p we have a whole host of high quality content at your fingertips.

Callum West gives his own unique spin on the return of Mourinho to kick proceedings off.

Tim Palmer of 442, WAGNH and Australia Scout fame delves into how José Mourinho is likely to play this season. An excellent and insightful piece that gets into the nitty gritty of what we can expect this year.

We have a whole host of individual player profiles written by the likes of Rik Sharma at the Daily Mail to Graham MacAree of WAGNH and editor of SBNation. Phil Lythell, ESPN’s Chelsea blogger chips in with some great insight as well as the likes of Aidan Sweeney and Oliver Tood, both aspiring writers and frequent media interns. Ollie Glanvill and Chelsea Youth then give you their take on a few of Chelsea’s loan stars, with Courtois, Chalobah and McEachran featuring.

Aidan Sweeney uses his network of contacts to interview prominent Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham and Arsenal fans, as we delve into our main rivals for the following season. This is followed up by more Tim Palmer analysis, with him casting his expert eye over how these teams are likely to feature this season.

We move into Chelsea Youth’s take on the Academy for the season, which provides an excellent high level view of what we can look forward to this year. This is followed by some individual Academy spotlights looking at the likes of Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Lewis Baker and Nathan Aké.

Part two of the download features some phenomenal articles from some familiar names:

Seasons Gone By – Rick Glanvill, Chelsea Historian
Don’t Cry For Us Rafa Benitez – David Chidge, Chelsea Fancast Host
(Close) Seasons in the Sun – Tim Rolls, Interim Chair of the Chelsea Supporters Trust
The Rafa Diaries – Sheridan Bird, assorted media connections and Ballack Diary creator
Chelsea’s Greatest XI & Mourinho vs Benitez – Chelsea Chadder, stats guru and official Chelsea blogger
Striking Fools Gold – Oliver Todd, assorted media
Chelsea and Financial Fair Play – Graham MacAree, WAGNH and SB Nation editor
Away From The Bridge – Phil Lythell, ESPN
The Mourinho Myth – Ramon Isaac, Mowing Meadows and BFTGT writer
Chelsea and the Media - Rik Sharma, Daily Mail
Roman’s Greatest Signing – Tim Palmer, 442
The Long Game – Chelsea Youth, SI Games Chelsea Researcher and resident youth expert

This is ultimately a preview written by Chelsea fans, for Chelsea fans.


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6 Responses to Plains of Almeria – Season Preview 2013/14 – Donate & Download Now!

  1. Morgan says:

    How long does it usually take to receive the preview after purchasing?

  2. Ian says:

    Hi. I purchased this yersterday and got the email link but my download was failing to complete on my tablet so i was hoping to try it again on my PC today but the link has expired. could you please help me out. I unfortunately can not purchase this again.

  3. Aaron says:

    I might just be extremely nit picky and might sound pretentious, but on the PDF version there is a lot of bad code. Just letting you guys know. Other than that it was a great read

  4. Aaron says:

    Are you guys going to make a season review?

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