Chelsea fans, hello and welcome.
Monday’s are difficult, let’s not try and sugarcoat that age-old fact. Here at GiveMeSport though we believe they can be helped by a little serving of something sweet. It doesn’t come any sweeter than football news.
In a bid to rid yourself of the beginning-of-the-week blues why not watch the video above for the latest gossip and information. Alternatively you can read on below.
Fabregas: Chelsea's season 'f****d'
The international break usually gives fans and players alike a good chance to reflect on the ongoings of the season, and Francesc Fabregas has taken the opportunity to do so.
The Chelsea midfielder, not really enjoying the best campaign of his career, used a six-letter expletive to describe how things are regarding his club at the moment.
The word in question begins with f and ends in d - we’re sure you’re all cultured enough to know what we’re getting at.
"The season is f****d. Things aren't working out and the results aren't doing our performances justice. We're playing better but aren't having any luck," he supposedly told Marca.
"When things are going your way, you flick the ball with your heel and it flies into the top corner, whereas now every piledriver is going off target. Either way, we need to get back to winning ways sooner rather than later."
One thing's for sure, Fabregas is certainly having a worse season than last year:
Moving on, Petr Cech has admitted he’s surprised at how his former club is faring, conceding it was very hard to believe.
Cech said he was at a loss as to why the Blues were continuing to fail just six months after being crowned champions of England. You’re not the only one, Petr.
Ronaldo for sale?
Last but not least, Real Madrid are willing to allow Cristiano Ronaldo to leave the Santiago Bernabeu if any prospective buyers stump up £80million for his signature.
The Portuguese superstar has been tentatively linked with Chelsea - strong emphasis on tentatively - and reports continue to suggest this season will be his last with Los Blancos.
Would Roman Abramovich stump up £80m though? We’ll say it’s highly unlikely, but anything is possible given the current Stamford Bridge malaise.
Here's a video of Ronaldo doing what he does best: