Archives: Chelsea

Man United 3-1 Chelsea: A Closely Fought Game, Despite The Scoreline

Posted on by Adam Mikhail

So this is what the English Premier League is all about: fantastic goals, shocking tackles, even more shocking misses, incredible speed, electric atmosphere and pure headline drama. Even as a supporter of the losing team, this was the most excitement … Continue reading

Has Chelsea Stumbled On Its Best XI?

Posted on by Joseph Weathered

After a convincing 2-0 win against Bayer Leverkusen in Chelsea’s 2011-12 Champions League debut, lots of fun and interesting questions have popped up. In a league and sport that is covered to death, where every game says something, what did … Continue reading

Should Torres Be Dropped Permanently?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

“Fact Or Fiction” is a series that will be run every Friday. In this series, an assertion will be made regarding an impacting topic in the Premier League. EPL Talk writers Matt Hackenmiller and Earl Reed each offer their views … Continue reading

The Lost Fernando Torres

Posted on by Joseph Weathered

Ever since being transferred to Chelsea in last January’s window, the one universal opinion on Fernando Torres is that he hasn’t lived up to his previous form. He’s on a drought, a severe one at that, scoring one goal last … Continue reading

Get Stuck In: Six Things We Learned From Premier League Week Four

Posted on by Jesse Chula

  Editor’s Note: “Get Stuck In” is EPL Talk’s weekly column featuring review, analysis and opinion on all the happenings in the Premier League each week from different EPL Talk bloggers and podcasters. If you currently write for EPL Talk … Continue reading

Fernando Torres’s Poor Form Is A Sign Of Other Problems at Chelsea

Posted on by Adam Mikhail

Fernando Torres has undoubtedly hit the nadir of his career. This week, he was dropped all together from Spain’s 18-man squad and was subsequently demoted to the bench for Chelsea’s Premier League match against Sunderland. He also appeared to lose … Continue reading

Latest News On Didier Drogba Injury and More: Daily Ticker, Aug. 29

Posted on by Alexander Fairchild

It was a simply sensational weekend in the Barclays Premier League as Manchester United stunned the Gunners, Liverpool gelled against Bolton, and Manchester City outclassed Tottenham Hotspur. In today’s daily ticker, read all about the injury updates, managerial comments, transfer … Continue reading

Chelsea 3-1 Norwich City: Tactics Review

Posted on by Earl Reed

While the result was in doubt deep into the second half, Chelsea rose to earn a 3-1 result at Stamford Bridge. The Torres-Drogba saga was revived in this match. Manager Andre Villas-Boas started both forwards up front. AVB settled on … Continue reading

Didier Drogba Injured In Serious Collision (Video):

Posted on by Christopher Harris

szólj hozzá: Drogba Chelsea striker Didier Drogba was seriously injured Saturday in a mid-air collision with Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy. ** Warning: The above video is very disturbing and is not for the squeamish or faint at heart ** Drogba … Continue reading

FOX to Broadcast Premier League Live On Free-to-air TV in US: Exclusive

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Chelsea vs Man Utd Live On Super Bowl Sunday Plus 3 Premier League Matches on Tape-Delay During NFL Season FOX Broadcasting Company (NASDAQ:NWS), the national broadcasting network, will televise the first ever Premier League match on free-to-air television in the United States … Continue reading

Is Romelu Lukaku the Sign of Changes to Come at Chelsea?

Posted on by Joseph Weathered

Meet Chelsea’s newest signing, Romelu Lukaku. Aged 18 years, the former star for Belgium club Anderlecht is often called “the new Didier Drogba,” so it’s fitting that he has signed for the club he called his favorite team to play … Continue reading

Chelsea Reveals Third Shirt for 2011-12 Season: Official Photo

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Chelsea and adidas have officially unveiled their new third shirt for the 2011-12 Premier League season. The new Chelsea third shirt is white with navy and yellow solid blocks on the upper chest. We first revealed what the shirt looked … Continue reading

Hiddink Tells Roman Abramovich What Everyone’s Been Saying All Along

Posted on by Joseph Weathered

ESPN Soccernet is reporting that Turkish National team manager and former Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink has told Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich what everyone else has been saying all along: Stability is the key to winning. Abramovich, who has hired and … Continue reading

Chelsea Third Shirt for 2011-12 Season: Leaked Photo

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Chelsea have never been shy about their change shirts. In previous years, their away shirts and third shirts have been some of the worst designs in the league. There was the orange and black one that looked like something from … Continue reading

Which Players Should Leave Your Premier League Club This Summer?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s that time of the season for reflection, to look back on the 2010-11 Premier League season and to determine which players, if any, you would like to see leave your club in the summer. The saying goes that one … Continue reading

2011 Barclays Asia Trophy to Feature Chelsea, Villa and Blackburn

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The 2011 installment of the Barclays Asia Trophy, the four team knock-out tournament scheduled every two years in Asia, will this summer feature Chelsea, Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers and Hong Kong First Division League champions Kitchee. The matches will be … Continue reading

2010-11 Champions League Quarter-finals: All to play for at Old Trafford

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

The first legs of the quarter-finals saw 3 of 4 matches end with large advantages being established. The fixture that all the attention will be focused on this week will be the second leg match between Manchester United FC and … Continue reading

Crucial Referee Mistake Ruins Chelsea Against Man United Match

Posted on by Christopher Harris
Wayne Rooney, Howard Webb

Oh, what a joy it must be to have the job of a goal-line official. Free admission to Champions League matches. One of the best views of the game from alongside the goal. And an opportunity to watch some of … Continue reading