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Archives: Chelsea

Premier League Midseason Analysis: London vs. Manchester

Posted on by Roderick Thomas

It isn’t exactly halfway through the season, but all of the clubs are 18 games into their 2011-12 campaign except for Everton and Tottenham (both are 17 games in) who have to make up their first round fixture due to … Continue reading

Suarez and Terry: When What Happens Off The Pitch Trumps What Happens On It

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s a sad reflection on the state of football and humanity when racism charges trump football. I do not condone racism, but the media frenzy regarding the charges The FA has made against Luis Suarez, followed by the news that … Continue reading

Why Frank Lampard Hinders Both Andre Villas-Boas and Juan Mata

Posted on by Steven Ruiz

If we know anything about Andre Villas-Boas, it’s this: He wants Chelsea to play at a quick pace. It’s the reason he was tabbed by Roman Abramovich to lead Chelsea’s transformation away from the pragmatism of Jose Mourinho, whose impact … Continue reading

Premier League Sides Face Tough Opposition in Champions League and Europa League Draws

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The draws for the next round of the Champions League and Europa League have been made, and there are some very tasty matches that have been picked out of the hat. Both English clubs in the Champions League face Italian … Continue reading

Will Christmas See Chelsea or Spurs Catch Up With City?

Posted on by Alex Muller

The congested fixture list over the Christmas period has the ability to make or break a team’s season, as everyone wants to take momentum into the second half of the campaign. With important games at both the top and bottom … Continue reading

The Frank Lampard Conundrum: What Should Chelsea Do With Their Legend?

Posted on by Joseph Weathered

Chelsea is in the middle of a forced – yet eventually necessary – transitional period. And during this weird season, the most reliable player so far is the guy who is on the opposite side of change. Frank Lampard keeps scoring … Continue reading

Chelsea Win Opens Up Premier League Title Race

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Monday night’s match between Chelsea and Manchester City was a bizarre one. If you watched the first 30 minutes, you would have been spellbound by how superior Roberto Mancini’s side was. City was so much in control of this match … Continue reading

Andre Villas-Boas Criticism of Gary Neville Reveals Deeper Anxieties

Posted on by James Pennington

Settling into football management at any level is not easy for anybody, least of all a 34-year old who is attempting to steer one of the world’s wealthiest clubs back to the top of both domestic and European competitions. Yet … Continue reading

Four Things We Learned from Chelsea and Valencia

Posted on by Andrew Bishara

1. Drogba is still the man for Chelsea Andre Villas-Boas’ (AVB) arrival meant Chelsea were going for a new look this season – in players and style. Youth would be the key; the oldies would be slowly ousted out and … Continue reading

When the Pressure Is On, Chelsea Calls On Didier Drogba

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When the chips are down, the man to call up is Didier Drogba. The Ivory Coast striker has removed an absolutely intense amount of pressure off the backs of Andre Villas-Boas and Chelsea Football Club by turning in two superb … Continue reading

What Can Newcastle Hope for Against Chelsea?

Posted on by Ben Johnson

I’ve been trying to do a weekly article lately, voicing my hopes and concerns for the upcoming match involving Newcastle. I have already done City and United, so let’s give Chelsea a whirl. The London club are the last of … Continue reading

Carling Cup Turning Into a Fascinating Encounter With Familiar Storylines

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s so easy to dismiss the Carling Cup as a competition that features just B teams, but anyone who watched Tuesday night’s games may have come away with a renewed sense of optimism. Yes, it’s a cup competition that offers … Continue reading

Chelsea 3-0 Wolves: There’s a Wolf At Mick McCarthy’s Door

Posted on by Chris Machin

Saturday November 26, Chelsea away. Any Wolves fan will tell you that these are the fixtures you scratch off. Chalk it off on the calendar by accepting the inevitable and move on. In fact I presume this fixture brings similar … Continue reading

Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 13: Liverpool vs Man City Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On a sad day in football, hopefully the game between Liverpool and Manchester City can bring a smile to our faces. In team news, Craig Bellamy has been excused from playing today as he’s devastated regarding the death of Gary … Continue reading

Time Is Running Out For Andre Villas-Boas to Put Chelsea Back On Track

Posted on by Vernon Boothe

If Andre Villas-Boas was not feeling the pressure after Chelsea’s recent league form which has seen them lose three of their last four league games, the young pretender to the throne of the self appointed “Special One” must now definitely … Continue reading

Cheer Up Chelsea: How to Survive a Losing Streak

Posted on by Peter Stokes

Losing, as every soccer fan knows, hurts. But losing streaks are far worse. Watching our teams stumble through a run of bad games becomes almost unbearable. The pain is searing. We feel personally affronted, gaping at the last minute set-piece … Continue reading

Chelsea’s Mini-Crisis Continues After Leverkusen Scores Late Winner

Posted on by Frank Sale

The pressure is mounting on Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas after his side were downed 2-1 by Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League Wednesday night. After losing three out of their last four games in the Premier League it was hoped … Continue reading

FOX Breaks Record For Most-Watched English Premier League Game In U.S. TV History

Posted on by Christopher Harris

FOX Broadcasting Company broke the record Sunday for the most viewed English Premier League game in U.S. television history. The tape-delayed game featuring Chelsea against Liverpool scored an audience of 1.67 million, beating out the previous record of 1.626 million … Continue reading