Tag Archives: Musonda

More than just a big time Charly

With Charly Musonda Jr. wearing the number 10 shirt for Chelsea as they won the 2015 UEFA Youth League by beating Shakhtar Donetsk, it’s time for a look back at where he came from and some thoughts about where he’s going. I’ve seen Musonda play – live – on two occasions. The first time was… Read More »

Monday Mash: Dury’s Zulte are no blockheads

The team of the week was undoubtedly Zulte Waregem, annual budget 8 million euros, but as usual most of the noise surrounded Anderlecht, the league’s wealthiest club. It’s been a bad week for the Brussels boys in both league and cup. Strangely though, there’s been little talk of crisis with most observers calling for John… Read More »

Belgian football makes it mark in England – at every level!

You don’t have to look far to find Belgian footballers in England at the moment. With the Premier League’s second weekend underway, it’s Everton and Chelsea fans that have been the most affected by the ‘Wonder of Belgium’ syndrome. Eden Hazard is seen as someone who could rival Messi and Ronaldo, Marouane Fellaini is thought… Read More »

Charly Boy joins exodous to Chelsea

The news that the three Musonda brothers are likely to join Chelsea comes as somewhat of a surprise. About a year ago, Anderlecht announced that the elder boys – Lamisha and Tika – were being awarded professional contracts and that the club hoped to do the same with Charly Junior when he reached the age… Read More »