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Profile of the Serbian footballer Branislav Ivanovic, who currently plays as a defender at Chelsea. The 32-year old player Ivanovic joined Chelsea from and wears the number 2 shirt.

Branislav Ivanovic
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        (Squad number 2)

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Branislav Ivanovic Career
2002–2003Srem19(2)
2003–2006OFK Beograd55(5)
2006–2008Lokomotiv Moscow54(5)
2008–Chelsea215(20)

2003–2007Serbia U2138(4)
2006–Serbia79(10)

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Branislav Ivanovic : Chelsea News
“Last summer, a move for Bonucci made sense. Chelsea needed new leaders at the club. They also had a need for new defenders, with John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic having ever dwindling capabilities. But then Chelsea bought David Luiz on deadline day.”
 LONDON 2 days ago
“Branislav Ivanovic seems to have settled into life at Zenit St Petersburg after losing his place in the Chelsea team following the arrival of Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge.”
 talkingbaws.com 2 days ago
“Chelsea have little depth behind Marcos Alonso and Victor Antonio Conte plays musical chairs to fill the wing-back slot. Pedro and Branislav Ivanovic started as wing-backs against Peterborough.”
 LONDON 2 days ago
“The pair are among the biggest names to be sidelined by the Italian since he took over at Chelsea, aside from the likes of Oscar, John Obi Mikel and Branislav Ivanovic, who all left Stamford Bridge in the winter.”
 Metro 3 days ago
“This month’s magazine also includes a special 'Photo Album' celebrating the Chelsea careers of Branislav Ivanovic, John Mikel Obi and Oscar, as well as hearing from our former midfielder Ray Lewington.”
 chelseafc.com 9 days ago
“Zenit St Petersburg defender Branislav Ivanovic admits Chelsea’s players were happier under Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti than Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho.”
 liveofofo.com 10 days ago
“When Branislav Ivanovic joined Chelsea in 2007 from Lokomotiv Moscow, he could have only imagined the wealth of success he would enjoy in his 10 year spell with the club.”
 90min.com 10 days ago
“Zenit St Petersburg defender Branislav Ivanovic admits Chelsea's players were happier under Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti than Manchester United's Jose Mourinho.”
 Ghana Soccemet 11 days ago
“Having won Premier League titles under both Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea, Branislav Ivanovic is well-placed to judge the qualities of both managers.”
 Daily Mail 12 days ago
“In all the flurry surrounding Frank Lampard’s retirement last week, it was certainly easy to overlook the departure of another long-term player from Chelsea, and neglect to properly give it the attention it rightly deserves.”
 shoot.co.uk 12 days ago
Branislav Ivanovic Career Honours
  • Lokomotiv: Russian Cup: 2007
  • Chelsea: Premier League: 2009–10, 2014–15
  • Chelsea: FA Cup: 2008–09, 2009–10, 2011–12
  • Chelsea: Football League Cup: 2014–15
  • Chelsea: FA Community Shield: 2009
  • Chelsea: UEFA Champions League: 2011–12
  • Chelsea: UEFA Europa League: 2012–13
  • Serbia and Montenegro: UEFA European Under-21 Championship: Runner-up 2004
  • Serbia: UEFA European Under-21 Championship: Runner-up 2007
  • 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Championship Team of the Tournament
  • PFA Team of the Year: 2009–10, 2014–15
  • Serbian Player of the Year: 2012, 2013
  • 2013 UEFA Europa League Final: Man of the match
  • UEFA Champions League Team of the Season: 2014–15

    Source: wikipedia.org

    Branislav Ivanovic Wiki, Stats & Links
    Goalkeepers
    Eduardo Thibaut Courtois
    Asmir Begovic
    Defenders
    Ola Aina Branislav Ivanovic
    Marcos Alonso Cesar Azpilicueta
    John Terry Gary Cahill
    Kurt Zouma David Luiz
    Midfielders
    Victor Moses Pedro
    Willian Eden Hazard
    Oscar Ruben Loftus-Cheek
    Cesc Fabregas Nathaniel Chalobah
    Mikel John Obi N'Golo Kante
    Nemanja Matic
    Forwards
    Michy Batshuayi Diego Costa