Joe Cole and Michael Ballack to leave Chelsea

According to a BBC news article dated 9 June 2010, Chelsea has confirmed that Joe Cole and Michael Ballack are to leave the club on free transfers this summer.

Cole (born 8 November 1981), will depart at the start of July after the Premier League champions reportedly said they would not offer the England midfielder a fresh deal. Cole’s future was in doubt as contract negotiations over a new contract have stalled, with suggestions that the player and his representatives angered Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich with their hard-line stance over wages.

For this article, let us look at Cole’s Personal Year chart for 2010 (PY2010) to find out more.

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Cole could have made plans to achieve what he wants to do for a better career path. However, he could have faced obstacles along the way while pursuing his goals. Perhaps his plans could have been made without careful and thorough thought. The temperamental, passionate, quick-action and “fiery” nature in him could have caused unnecessary distractions and agitations, resulting in disagreement over the contractual terms. Consequently, everyone felt stressful. Money could be a contributing factor. Check my previous article “Cashout on 573 and 753” for additional details.

Ideally, it’d be good to come to terms with one another over the contractual agreement for a win-win situation. Like in the game of soccer, Cole can change his tactical moves or play delay tactics for an amiable solution, as his PY2011 chart show a brighter outlook for him, where it comes to the ‘$’ factor. In any case, Cole has to take extra precaution over his expenses as the sudden influx of opportunities coming in from as early as late 2010 can have a “roller-coaster” affect on him – the money comes in and goes out fast.

Regards, Ron WZ Sun


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