Archives: Chelsea

Gary Neville Lets Out An Orgasmic Howl After Fernando Torres Scores Against Barca [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In injury time against Barcelona, Chelsea hoofed the ball down field. Gary Neville told TV viewers “He’s in,” and then a moment later, we saw Fernando Torres controlling the ball near the halfway line and penetrating through the Barcelona defense. … Continue reading

European Press Reaction to Chelsea’s Brave Victory Against Barcelona [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Chelsea recorded a historic victory Tuesday evening, beating Barcelona 3-2 on aggregate to qualify for the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final. The European media were quick to jump on the story with Marca, the Catalan newspaper, summing up the mood … Continue reading

Chelsea’s Heroes Defeat Barcelona 3-2 On Aggregate To Storm to UEFA Champions League Final

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Chelsea, against all odds, have defeated Barcelona and have qualified for the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final in an incredibly entertaining match that had everything. A red card, missed penalty, a shot that hit the post and — who would … Continue reading

Barcelona vs Chelsea, UEFA Champions League Semi-Final, 2nd Leg: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s the match that we’ve all been waiting for — the second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final to determine who will be playing in the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final. Will it be Barcelona or Chelsea? We will … Continue reading

Congratulations to Barcelona, Victors Against Chelsea Today

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Congratulations to Barcelona for having won the second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final before it’s even started. Such is the confidence and expectancy among the Barcelona players and supporters. Almost everyone expects Barcelona to win today, so they … Continue reading

Barcelona vs Chelsea Preview: Roberto Di Matteo’s Mission Impossible?

Posted on by Sam Okpo

If a home win for Chelsea against Barcelona seemed improbable last week, getting a result at Camp Nou is surely impossible. Before that defeat to Real Madrid in their last game, Barcelona had won eleven consecutive games at home. With … Continue reading

Analyzing Chelsea’s Success Against Barcelona

Posted on by Justin Yerina

Over the past few seasons we have seen Barcelona revolutionize the game in a way that nobody has before. Their ability to retain an incredible amount of possession and slice up opposing defenses has gone unmatched by most teams that … Continue reading

1.1 Million Watch Chelsea Beat Barcelona On FX and FOX Deportes In United States

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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More than 1.1 million in the United States watched the Chelsea against Barcelona semi-final first leg on FX and FOX Deportes combined, according to FOX Sports. The Wednesday, April 18 UEFA Champions League match garnered 592,000 viewers on FX (21% … Continue reading

Arsenal vs Chelsea: London Rivals with Champions League Future at Stake

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London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea meet at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday with the Premier League stakes as high as they have been of late. The Blues will be confident after beating European champions Barcelona in midweek, whilst the Gunners … Continue reading

Chelsea vs Barcelona, UEFA Champions League Semi-Final: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Before, during and after today’s UEFA Champions League semi-final between Chelsea and Barcelona at Stamford Bridge, post your rants, raves, questions and commentary in the comments section below. While yesterday’s match between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid was a mere … Continue reading

Bayern Munich and Chelsea Plan On Wrecking Dreams of El Clasico Champions League Final

Posted on by Eamonn Rushe

The Champions League has entered the twilight zone of football. Bayern Munich, who’s ground will host the final in May, are out to “wreck the dream final” and Chelsea are the underdogs—the filthy rich, billionaire fuelled vanity team of underdogs … Continue reading

Why I Would Love It If Chelsea Can Defeat the Frauds of Barcelona

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today’s much anticipated match between Chelsea and Barcelona is far more than a simple soccer game between twenty two people on the pitch at Stamford Bridge. It’s much bigger than that. It represents England against Spain, the Premier League against … Continue reading

Why Mourinho Shouldn’t Be Chelsea’s Next Manager (And Who Should Be)

Posted on by Nathan Nipper

In the brief period since Andre Villas-Boas’s dismissal as Chelsea manager, there has already been an entertaining array of names floated in the press as potential replacements. First it was former Liverpool and Inter Milan boss Rafa Benitez. Then of … Continue reading

Where to Find Chelsea v Barcelona & Bayern Munich v Real Madrid On TV; Plus Previews

Posted on by Alex Muller

The Champions League is down to the last four teams, with two mouth-watering semi-finals ready to delight onlookers. Firstly Real Madrid, who have won every game in this year’s competition, take on German giants Bayern Munich in what should be … Continue reading

Liverpool vs Chelsea: FA Cup Final the Perfect Tonic to Below-Par League Form

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Two teams who have under-performed in the Premier League this season meet in the FA Cup final, as Liverpool and Chelsea will look to salvage their seasons on May 5th at Wembley. FA Cup final tickets will be snapped up … Continue reading

Chelsea Scores Second Goal Against Spurs In FA Cup Semi-Final; Did It Cross The Line Or Not? [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, Chelsea was awarded a second goal in controversial circumstances after referee Martin Atkinson ruled that the ball had crossed the line. However in the above video, you can … Continue reading

Man United vs Aston Villa, and Spurs vs Chelsea FA Cup Semi-Final: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The race is on. After Manchester City’s sublime 6-1 victory (where have we heard that before?) against City on Saturday (Norwich City, that is), the pressure is on Manchester United to walk away with a victory at home against Aston … Continue reading

FA Cup Semi-Final Previews: Liverpool vs Everton, and Chelsea vs Tottenham

Posted on by Daniel Lofti

It would be hard to wish for a bigger and better duo of FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley this year with the prospect of Everton meeting Liverpool in a Merseyside derby, and Chelsea meeting Tottenham, in a London derby. Here’s … Continue reading