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Branislav Ivanovic

Shirt Number: 2

Position: Centre back, Right back

Born: February 22, 1984

Age: 29

Nationality: Serbian

Height: 1.88 m

Transfer Fee: £9 million (From Lokomotiv Moscow in 2008)

Salary: £30,000 per week

Contract Expiry: June 2016

The latest news and opinions on our powerhouse defender, Branislav Ivanovic

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Legend Branislav Ivanovic Completes Move to Zenit St Petersburg

Branislav Ivanovic Chelsea vs Aston Villa 2013

Following weeks of speculation surrounding his future, Branislav Ivanovic has finally completed his long-awaited move to Russian side Zenit St Petersburg. The Serbian signed off from life in West London with a goal as a substitute in Chelsea’s FA Cup win over Brentford, before heading ...

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Focus on Man City after Chelsea Get Season Salvaging Win against Liverpool

Chelsea vs Liverpool 2015 Eden Hazard John Henderson

Chelsea put behind the disappointment of a humiliating FA Cup exit at the hands of Bradford City on Saturday by beating Liverpool and reaching the League Cup final. Brendan Rodgers gave the impression that Chelsea were second-best in all areas during the first leg. Some ...

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Chelsea Defender Joins Cologne on Loan Deal

Tomas Kalas Chelsea loan Cologne

After a brilliant debut against Liverpool last season, Tomas Kalas was expected to be a key player for Chelsea in the upcoming campaign. However, it looks as if he may not have a future at the club after all. The club have announced that the ...

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Five Players that Chelsea Should Sign this Summer

Diego Costa Chelsea transfer news 2014

With Jose Mourinho having been back in charge at Stamford Bridge for a year now, expectations amongst Chelsea fans and Betfair punters alike will be high that 2014/15 will make up for last season’s failure to deliver any silverware. #186315779 / gettyimages.com With a number ...

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Chelsea 2-1 Aston Villa: Match Report

Eden Hazard vs Aston Villa 2013

José Mourinho said that he wanted to destroy his opponents ahead of Aston Villa’s visit to Stamford Bridge, but the Premier League once again showed why it is an extremely hard league to win matches. Chelsea had to fight hard in order to come away ...

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