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Tag Archives: Chelsea

Scott Sinclair Emerges From the Shadows At Chelsea to Fire Swansea Towards the Premiership

Posted on by Kristian Downer

The winger/striker has found a new lease of life since leaving the champions, finding the form that inspired Chelsea to sign him aged just 15 in 2005. He has started his Swansea career with a bang scoring 12 goals in 15 games, helping to propel the Welsh club to third in the table and mount a promotion challenge this season. Continue reading

Sunderland Humiliation Reveals Chelsea’s Desperate Need To Spend

Posted on by James Beckett

Sunderland’s shock win at Stamford Bridge has sent shockwaves rippling through English football. How could a side that are a usually so brutally clinical be out-played and out-classed in their own backyard? In many ways it would be unfair to … Continue reading

Fantasy League Tips Gameweek 11

Posted on by Stuart Webb

Phew!! Well what can I say? If it hadn’t been for the antics of Nani and the reliable consistency of Charlie Adam, last week’s effort would have been disastrous. This could end up being a cryptic tips column where doing … Continue reading

Real Madrid Grab Last-Gasp Goal For 2-2 Draw

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

After a truly fantastic matchday of Champions League action, there are so many things to review, especially after so many goals were scored. There were 53 goals scored in all 16 matches of the Champions League this midweek, that’s an … Continue reading

Are Chelsea Certainties For The Premier League?

Posted on by James Beckett

Nine games in to the 2010/11 Premier League season and Chelsea have opened up a five point lead at the top of the Premier League. Gameweek nine always promised to be a prosperous one for Chelsea with title rivals Manchester … Continue reading

A Wage Cap In The Premier League?

Posted on by James Beckett

For many years now a wage cap has been hailed as something that could rejuvenate football. But could a regimented wage structure really be something that would work and how would it change the Premier League? Obviously for a wage … Continue reading

Chelsea v Arsenal, December 2006: The Brilliant Strike of Michael Essien

Posted on by Davis Hirsch

Reflecting on Chelsea v Arsenal’s match this past Sunday at Stamford Bridge, I was immediately reminded of one of the most amazing goals I have ever seen. The date was December 10, 2006.  Chelsea desperately need points as they hosted … Continue reading

Will This Be Another Season Where Arsenal Come Up Short?

Posted on by James Beckett

While their young stars will go globetrotting with their national sides this weekend, there will still be a sense of disappointment in the Arsenal squad. Sunday’s defeat at Chelsea was a familiar story for the Gunners, as once again they … Continue reading

More Away Day Gloom For Manchester United

Posted on by James Beckett

Manchester United missed the chance to put some real pressure on early season pace-setters Chelsea with a disappointing draw at Sunderland. But perhaps a more worrying consequence to come from the game for Sir Alex Ferguson was the desperately below … Continue reading

English Premier League Super Sunday Preview: Chelsea v Arsenal

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Another weekend in the Premier League brings another mouth watering clash as London big boys Arsenal and Chelsea meet at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. A Chelsea win would see the Champions go seven points clear of Arsenal in the first week of … Continue reading

Florent Malouda, A Chelsea Success Story

Posted on by James Beckett

Chelsea may have dropped their first points of the Premier League season at the weekend, but the result will have taken little away from a supremely impressive start to their defence of the Premier League. One man who has been … Continue reading

Is Roberto Mancini Bluffing?

Posted on by James Beckett

Manchester City’s victory over Chelsea today could just be the turning point in their season. After a start which saw the Eastlands club drop vital points away at Sunderland and at home to Blackburn Rovers, the victory today could go … Continue reading

Chelsea Continue Good Start, But The Big Tests Will Now Start To Arrive

Posted on by James Beckett

After watching the dramatic Manchester United v Liverpool game, my Sunday afternoon Premier League viewing was completed by watching Chelsea cruise past Blackpool. During the later of the games the following comment from my Dad got me thinking.   “Chelsea would … Continue reading

Does Carlo Ancelotti Need To Win The Champions League for Chelsea?

Posted on by James Beckett

Despite their excellent start to their campaign the pressure is on Chelsea ahead of their Champions League opener tonight. Carlo Ancelotti’s men travel to MSK Zilina and the general consensus amongst the footballing world is that they need to succeed … Continue reading

Blackburn Point Shows City’s New Problem

Posted on by James Beckett

While a Patrick Vieira goal was enough to rescue a point for Manchester City against Blackburn a draw won’t be good enough to satisfy City’s ever demanding owners and fans. But expect more results of a similar nature as sides … Continue reading

Will Chelsea Continue Their Dominant Start?

Posted on by James Beckett

Although Chelsea will take on a West Ham side that are rock-bottom of the Premier League on Saturday, the trip to Upton Park represents Ancelotti’s toughest task so far this season, and Chelsea will have to up their game to … Continue reading