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Tag Archives: Chelsea

1972 League Cup Final, Chelsea v Stoke: Video Flashback

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you want to see how much soccer has changed and what a cup final was like in 1972, this classic video showing the first ten minutes of footage from the 1972 League Cup Final is a must-see. The video … Continue reading

2009-10 Premier League Table Predictions: How Did We Do?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When I sat down in August 2009 to predict what the final table for the 2009-10 Premier League would look like, little did I know what a disastrous season lay ahead for Liverpool. At the time, many pundits were predicting … Continue reading

Why John Terry's Foot Injury May Be A Blessing In Disguise For England

Posted on by Christopher Harris

John Terry injured his right foot in training today and has gone to the hospital for a precautionary scan, reveals the Chelsea website. The seriousness of the injury will be known tomorrow when results are released, but the news will … Continue reading

Premier League Footballer of the Week, Gameweek 38

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Iron Man 2 and Mother’s Day Champions FC Football played second fiddle this weekend to Mother’s Day and Robert Downey Jr. & Co. running around saving the world from a Russian villain. Quite the opposite event played out across England … Continue reading

Champions Once Again, Chelsea FC Can Finally Move Beyond Mourinho

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

Grant. Scolari. Hiddink. Since the acrimonious departure of Chelsea’s revered and beloved Jose Mourinho, who gave the club its first taste of sustained glory, a revolving door of big-name managers have cast a dark cloud over Stamford Bridge. This is … Continue reading

Chelsea Wins the 2009-10 Premier League Title: In Pictures

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The above photographs feature Chelsea celebrating their third league title in six years. The Blues won in triumphant style and now look forward to this Saturday’s FA Cup Final against Portsmouth where they have the opportunity to win the double. … Continue reading

Congratulations Chelsea, 2009-10 Premier League Champions

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Congratulations to Chelsea on an amazing 8-0 win against Wigan Athletic as they removed any doubts on the final day of the season whether they were worthy Premier League champions or not. They are. The goalscorers on the final day … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Plus Fails Manchester United on Final Day of the Season

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

While the first forty-five minutes on Sunday were not kind to Manchester United in their hopes of winning the title, one thing was completely unexpected… If you were watching the game on Fox Soccer Plus, Manchester United’s game hadn’t even … Continue reading

Daily Ticker: Championship Playoff Schedule Set, Chelsea Move On Torres, More

Posted on by John Boschini

Playoff Schedule For Premier League Promotion Set Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion have already booked their tickets to the top flight next season but the EPL still has room for one more club. Teams that finished 3-6 will compete … Continue reading

Fox Gets Chelsea and Man Utd Season Finales

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Fox has just revealed the Premier League season finale matches it’ll be showing on its soccer networks Sunday. They’ll be showing the two most important games. Chelsea against Wigan Athletic (11am ET) will air on Fox Soccer Channel, while Fox … Continue reading

Daily Ticker: Mourinho Eyeing Lampard, Hodgson Denies Liverpool Rumors, More

Posted on by John Boschini

Inter Milan skipper Jose Mourinho, expected by many to leave Serie A and head to Real Madrid this summer, has already started scouting some new team members. According to the Daily Mail, Mourinho is looking to woo Chelsea legend Frank … Continue reading

Poll: Who Will Win the Premier League? Chelsea or Man United?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It was a nerve-wracking Sunday in the Premier League with both Chelsea and Manchester United’s Premier League title hopes on the line, but both clubs came through with their much needed three points. That means that the Premier League will … Continue reading

FoxSoccer.tv Google AdSense Fail

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Someone at Fox Soccer Channel needs to learn the time difference between England and the East Coast of the United States. Take a look at the above picture snapped this morning to see how potential new customers FoxSoccer.tv may have … Continue reading

Ghosts of Liverpool Succumb to Chelsea Defeat

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Sunday’s Liverpool match against Chelsea was a perfect reflection of the dire situation the once proud red half is in. It was a hapless, abject performance from Liverpool who floated around the pitch like ghosts. Lacking inspiration, desire and spirit, … Continue reading

Liverpool v Chelsea, Live Gamecast Starts At 8:15 EST

Posted on by John Boschini

For weeks pundits have pointed to Sunday as the defining day in the race for the EPL Crown. Chelsea travels to Anfield to take on an always-dangerous Liverpool side. Chelsea hold a one-point lead over Manchester United and Liverpool are … Continue reading

Mike Forde Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Mike Forde is the Performance Director at Chelsea Football Club. He joined me last week to talk about the direction of performance analysis in football; specifically, in the wake of this mention in Simon Kuper and Stefan Symanski’s book Soccernomics … Continue reading

Poll: Will Liverpool or Chelsea Win Sunday?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

So, it all comes down to this. One game to influence who will be the Premier League champion of 2009-10. No offense to Sunderland, Stoke or Wigan, but the game that can swing the title in the favor of Chelsea … Continue reading

Leave Chelsea Alone! The British Media's Crusade Against The Blues

Posted on by John Boschini

I hate to be “that guy.” I really do but the British media’s constant efforts to chalk Chelsea’s EPL campaign as the result of favor from match officials is bordering on insulting. Chelsea’s last three victories came against Manchester United, … Continue reading