Jose Mourinho's first match at Chelsea was quaintly local and low-key: a 1-1 draw at Oxford United back in July 2004, featuring the likes of Celestine Babayaro, Steven Watt and Craig Rocastle.
Paris Saint-Germain have emerged as one of the continent’s most progressive clubs since the arrival of the Qatar Investment Authority who purchased the club in the summer of 2011, and are now regarded as bigger spenders than both Manchester City and Chelsea.
With it becoming increasingly likely that Frank Lampard will not be a Chelsea player next season speculation is mounting over where his future may actually be. So is it just LA Galaxy who want him state-side or could he go elsewhere?
As farewell parties go, this one ended in happy tears for the departing, though not without some gatecrashers threatening to ruin proceedings. David Beckham ended the playing part of his American adventure with a second consecutive MLS Cup, as LA Galaxy and Houston Dynamo stuck to the Hollywood script with a Galaxy win.
With his time at LA Galaxy up it appears the legendary former England and Manchester United midfielder is ready to leave the MLS for now; but would he ever consider returning with the New York Cosmos? We take a look at the possibility of such an iconic link-up in the future.
With Becks confirming he is on his way out of LA at the end of the year will Chelsea and England man Frank Lampard take his place in January or is it a move to far from home?
Former Manchester United fan favourite David Beckham has announced he is to quit LA Galaxy at the end of his current contract. Where will he go next?
The US national team stalwart has done a lot in his 14 year career and now aged 30 he is considering an extended break from the game to potentially go travelling. However his admiration for Everton FC could see him back at Goodison one day.