Claudio Pizarro

Claudio Pizarro

  • Current club: SV Werder Bremen
  • Date of Birth: 3 October 1978
  • Birthplace: Callao, Peru{{cite web

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      Claudio Pizarro rejoins Werder Bremen

      Peru international Claudio Pizarro has joined German side Werder Bremen for the third time in his career.

      Pizarro returns to Bremen

      Chelsea have allowed Claudio Pizarro the opportunity to return to Germany. The player has decided to link up with his former club Werder Bremen, and joins on a one year loan deal.

      Ballack loves his new role

      Chelsea and Germany international midfielder Michael Ballack is loving life in his new role among world-class superstars at the club this season, and hopes to add the UEFA Champions League to his array of medals.

      Pizarro to move to Bundesliga?

      Claudio Pizarro could be set for a move away from Chelsea back to Germany as Hannover and Hertha Berlin are both considering a move for the Peruvian striker.

      Bremen want Pizarro

      Werder Bremen general manager Klaus Allofs has admitted that he is interested in bringing Peruvian striker Claudio Pizarro back to Germany from Chelsea this summer.

      Sidwell, Pizarro get Chelsea axe

      Steven Sidwell and Claudio Pizarro have both been axed from Chelsea's Champions League squad to accomodate the returning Michael Ballack and January signing Nicolas Anelka.

      Chelsea vs Liverpool lineups

      As Man Utd dropped 3 points against Man City today, a window has opened for Chelsea to move closer to the 2nd spot in the Premiership. Liverpool take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, with Rafa Benitez desperate for Champions League football. Here are the line ups. Match Preview.

      Grant praises patient Chelsea

      Chelsea boss Avram Grant has praised his 'patient' Blues side for the way they waited until the perfect moment to finish off Birmingham today in the Premiership. Chelsea substitute Claudio Pizarro scored the winner in the 79th minute.

      Anelka sparkles on debut

      Chelsea's new signing Nicolas Anelka put in a brilliant performance as Chelsea defeated Tottenham 2-0 today with goals from Shaun Wright-Phillips and a scorcher from Juliano Belletti.

      Chelsea sign Anelka

      Chelsea have completed the signing of French international striker Nicolas Anelka for a fee of around £15 million from Bolton. The ex-Arsenal and Real Madrid striker has been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge for some time and a deal finally went through this afternoon.

      Pizarro ready for new year

      Claudio Pizarro has revealed that he is ready for the New Year with Chelsea and believed this would be a big one for himself. The 29-year-old Peruvian will have a bigger role at Stamford Bridge as Didier Drogba has left to play in the African Cup of Nations tournament.

      Preview: B'burn vs Chelsea

      In the last week, both of these sides have been beaten by Arsenal and both will be looking to return to form. Chelsea's midweek win over Liverpool has boosted confidence, but they face the tough trip to 9th placed Blackburn. Blackburn have won only 1 of 7 Premier League matches.

      Chelsea fans boo Shev

      Andrei Shevchenko's 31st birthday was not a happy one as his terrible time at Chelsea continued as the Ukrainian missed a goal from 2 yards and a chorus of boos surrounded Stamford Bridge whenever he touched the ball.

      Chelsea ease past Hull

      Avram Grant has had his first win as Chelsea coach as his side ran riot in a 4-0 victory against Hull City. They will now be in the fourth round of the Carling Cup courtesy of strikes from Scott Sinclair, a Damien Delaney own goal, Steve Sidwell and Salomon Kalou.

      Man Utd defeat Chelsea 2-0

      In a battle between two of the Premiership's top dogs, Man Utd defeated Chelsea 2-0 thanks to a first goal for Utd by Carlos Tevez and a late dubious penalty by Louis Saha. Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel was sent off by the referee Mike Dean in a very contentious decision.

      Mourinho: transfer spending

      As Jose Mourinho's tenure at the helm of Chelsea comes to an end, we analyse the expenditure Abramovich allowed Jose to spend. The good signings - and the bad - all of which added to a whopping total of 225.76m in three years at the club.