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Tag Archives: Chelsea

U-S-A Chants At Premier League Matches Are Insulting

Posted on by Christopher Harris

During Saturday’s Manchester United against Chelsea match at Old Trafford, you may have heard the sarcastic chants from Chelsea supporters of “USA, USA, USA.” The chants were directed at the Manchester United supporters. They were part tongue-in-cheek humor as well … Continue reading

Manchester United v Chelsea: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Feel free to post your observations about the biggest match of the season throughout the game today. A few observations before the game has kicked off: Didier Drogba is on the bench. Could Chelsea be more powerful today without him? … Continue reading

Manchester United-Chelsea: The Virtues of a 4-2-4-0

Posted on by Richard Farley

Wayne Rooney’s injured ankle seems to force Dimitar Berbatov into the lineup for Manchester United’s Saturday meeting with Chelsea, but despite the relative paucity of striking options at Sir Alex Ferguson’s disposal, Berbatov need not be the only answer. That … Continue reading

Wayne Rooney's Injury Makes it Chelsea's Title to Lose

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

Without even kicking a ball, Chelsea were given a gift this week.  One roll of Wayne Rooney’s ankle has altered the dynamic of the entire 2009-10 EPL campaign, and has handed Carlo Ancelotti more than just a lifeline, but possibly … Continue reading

Efan Ekoku Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Efan Ekoku will be covering the 2010 World Cup this summer for ESPN, but before that he will be co-commentating on Saturday match at Old Trafford:  Manchester United hosting Chelsea, with first place (and possibly the title) on the line. … Continue reading

Jeff Bookman Interview at MLS Talk

Posted on by Richard Farley

Today on the Major League Soccer Talk podcast we have released an interview with Jeff Bookman, head of international youth football development for Chelsea FC. Jeff joined us to discuss Chelsea’s new partnership with two youth clubs in the United … Continue reading

Jeff Bookman Interview: MLS Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Chelsea FC has recently formed development partnerships with youth clubs in Phoenix and Dallas. To talk about that as well as Chelsea’s other development interesting in the U.S. market, we are happy to welcome Jeff Bookman to the Major League … Continue reading

Mid-Week Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

The quarterfinals of UEFA Champions League have not been a rousing success for England’s two representatives, though Arsenal’s late comeback against Barcelona has given a reason for hope at the end of the mid-week fixtures. On this edition of the … Continue reading

No Coincidence: Frank Lampard’s Return to Form Coincides With Chelsea’s

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar
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As Frank Lampard goes, Chelsea goes; an adage that has served the west Londoners well over the past decade, as Lampard’s form rarely takes prolonged dips. But for the month of February and first half of March, the engine that … Continue reading

Man United Coming to America, GolTV in HD And More

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester United looks very likely to be the opponent in this summer’s MLS All-Star Game, according to press reports. That’s just one of the headlines in the news. Here are the latest Premier League-related stories that are making the news … Continue reading

United Haven’t Even Got A Finger On The Title Yet

Posted on by Marshall Norbal

Another weekend, another twist in the race for the coveted prize of the Premier League. This weekend saw two different league leaders and one team slip a little off the pace. Seeing the reaction of Liverpool’s no. 1 fan Gary … Continue reading

The Big Match from 1974-75 and 1980-81: Must See TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

No matter whether you’re a fan of a particular Premier League club, the league itself or soccer in general, the above two videos should be required viewing so you can get a taste of how English soccer has changed as … Continue reading

John Nicholson Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

In addition to being a contributor to EPL Talk, author John Nicholson writes a regular feature for Football365.com. On today’s episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, John joins me to talk about two of his recent pieces, detailing the problems … Continue reading

Fantasy Premier League Tips For This Weekend

Posted on by Josh Allen

It’s the week of the Cheltenham festival, so in order to celebrate, this edition of fantasy football tips will take on a slightly equine nature. Apologies in advance for the inevitably dodgy puns. I’ll try and ensure that there’s not … Continue reading

Oliver Kay Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Six weeks ago, Oliver Kay joined us ahead of the onset of UEFA Champions League’s Round of 16, venturing a prediction that the English Premier League teams would find this year’s tournament rougher than those of the preceding seasons. Today, … Continue reading

Ancelotti Outclassed By Mourinho In Battle Of Stamford Bridge

Posted on by John Nicholson

Proponents of the notion that the Premier League is the best in the world – an oft repeated mantra – might want to shut up for once and take a look at the Champions League this year. For the past … Continue reading

Mid-Week Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Chelsea has been eliminated from UEFA Champions League, having lost 1-0 to José Mourinho and Internazionale at Stamford Bridge, leaving the tournament on Tuesday after a 3-1 aggregate defeat. On this edition of the EPL Talk podcast, Kartik Krishnaiyer and … Continue reading

Same Old Chelsea, Always Complaining in Champions League

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Let me first congratulate Inter Milan on a well deserved victory in the Champions League. In both games against Chelsea, they were the better side and thoroughly deserved to go through to the quarter-finals. As for Chelsea, the storyline involving … Continue reading