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Tag Archives: Guus Hiddink

FA Cup Final Live Blog: Everton v Chelsea

Posted on by Michael Scallon

The last dance of the season, of every season, the FA Cup Final is the jewel in the English Football Crown. Last year’s final between Cardiff and Portsmouth was arguably the exception, but this year’s certainly isn’t: Underdogs Everton come into the … Continue reading

Chelsea’s UEFA Conspiracy Claims Are Laughable

Posted on by tyduffy

With their typical class, Chelsea players and staff asserted their belief, following their 1-1 agg defeat to Barcelona, that UEFA conspired against them to prevent an all-English final in the Champions League. Players, such as Didier Drogba, displayed their sentiment … Continue reading

No Away Goals For Chelsea

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

What was Guus Hiddink thinking? Yes, clean sheet at the Camp Nou is a commendable achievement, and I still feel Chelsea are the more likely to go through to the final. But after promising that the Blues would try to … Continue reading

Hiddink Is Right To Fear Barcelona, Not Just Messi

Posted on by Paul Bestall

How do you stop the best player in the world, Lionel Messi will probably be keeping Guus Hiddink awake tonight as he prepares for his stiffest test yet as Chelsea’s interim manager. Whilst I appreciate the bravado that Hiddink is … Continue reading

The Grass Was Too Green And The Ball Was Too Round

Posted on by Christopher Walker

Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger’s post match reactions following last weeks FA cup semi finals predictably brought up the issue of the Wembley pitch. To be fair to the man with a KBE and his old rival, the surface at Wembley doesn’t seem fitting to a … Continue reading

Chelsea’s Biggest Enemy Tonight Is Complacency

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So Chelsea have one foot in the semi-finals of the Champions League after the marvellous 3-1 win at Anfield last week and Saturdays 4-3 win against Bolton was probably the kick up the backside the Blues needed. It’s easy to … Continue reading

Jason Davis’ Soccer Column: Tottenham Hotspur End Guus Hiddink Magic

Posted on by Jason Davis
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Guus Hiddink and Chelsea saw the magic come to a deflating end against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, as a Luka Modric’s  strike in the 50th minute put a serious dent in the West London club’s title chances.  After the improvement … Continue reading

Essien Returns As Chelsea’s Fulcrum

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Why is Michael Essien so underrated is a mystery to me. I must admit that I was nonplussed about him as a player, knowing next to nothing about him when he signed for Chelsea from Lyon in August 2005 for … Continue reading

Tuesday Premier League Television Schedule and Preview While Chelsea Say Title Race Isn’t Over

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Tuesday and Wednesday bring a full slate of Premier League action to us as the reverse fixtures of the opening weekend are played. Tonight I’ll preview Tuesday’s action, tomorrow night I’ll preview Wednesday’s action. Remember all times are Eastern. Portsmouth … Continue reading

Not a Happy Guus While Rafa’s Going No Where,

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

I’m happy Guus is not as thrilled about Chelsea’s 1-0 win as I am. A bit of a side bar before I get into the news tonight. Chelsea are extremely lucky they are a goal to the good heading into … Continue reading

The Return of Ranieri While Villa and Spurs Forget UEFA Cup

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Chelsea’s first leg clash with Juventus is all about one man, Claudio Ranieri. The manager who was first fired by Roman at Chelsea, after getting one season, knew he was a lame duck and insists the fact he didn’t give … Continue reading

Hiddink to Chelsea And Other Premier League News

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

For Chelsea fans, this is another case of ‘here we go again’. The Chelsea international manager merry-go-round continued Tuesday after Roman went all guns blazing after the man who has been managing the national team of his birth. Despite all … Continue reading

The New Gaffer: Introducing Rutten at Schalke 04

Posted on by Mark

This week we make the short trip west on the A40 from Dortmund past Bochum to Gelsenkirchen, home to Schalke 04 and their new coach, Fred Rutten. Much like his new Ruhr rival, Jürgen Klopp, Rutten has been a one … Continue reading