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Tag Archives: John Terry

Chelsea Thrash Stoke for Seven, Stake Claim as England's Best

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

  Well, so much for Chelsea buckling under the pressure Manchester United created with their 3-1 victory of surging Tottenham yesterday The Blues are made up of wily veterans, so Sir Alex Ferguson’s futile attempts at mind games unsurprisingly fell … Continue reading

The England Outsiders #3. The Centre Halves

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well it’s not been the best season for either of England’s first choice centre halves so far. Enough has been written about John Terry’s problems and Rio Ferdinand’s chronic back injury to have caused meltdown on Google through searching for … 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

Reasons Why Chelsea Won't Win the League

Posted on by Sebastian Shepard

For the entirety of the season, Chelsea have seemed poised to put insurmountable distance between  themselves and the nearest opposition.  Yet this moment never arrived.  Draws and losses, often at those crucial games, have seen them lose ground in the … Continue reading

Chelsea 2-4 Man City: Walking In A Tevez and Bellamy Wonderland

Posted on by Christopher Harris

As bizarre as it may sound, if Manchester City could play against Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal each week, they’d be in a better league position than they are now. City continue to look flaccid when they play teams such … Continue reading

Why Wayne Bridge Needs To Grow Up After John Terry Episode

Posted on by John Nicholson

Not many think Capello has made the wrong decision to strip Terry of the England captaincy. But I think its an awful decison. I’m not concerned with Terry in the slightest, nor Bridge. But as soon as you start making … Continue reading

John Terry Scandal May Help England, Not Hurt Them

Posted on by John Nicholson

There are few worse sights in life than the British public led by a feral media into a moral uproar. I mistrust the morality of the mob. I heard one fan saying he wouldn’t want a man like Terry holding … Continue reading

The Premiership Team Of The Decade

Posted on by Paul Bestall

This decade has seen the Premiership continue to grow and attract some of the worlds greatest players throughout the last ten years. By continuing to attract some of the biggest stars in the world, only La Liga can truly consider … Continue reading

How Important Has Foreign Influence Been On The English Premiership?

Posted on by Rami Soufi

The influence of foreigners on football in England cannot be underestimated. While Coach Fabio Capello has guided England through the qualifiers and instilled a winning mentality amongst the players, the skills of English players such as Wayne Rooney and the presence … Continue reading

Diamonds Are Back In Fashion At Stamford Bridge

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Carlo Ancelotti has certainly stamped his mark on Chelsea early in the season so far. A Community Shield victory, coupled with 3 Premiership wins on the bounce has seen Chelsea rise to the top end of the table. So far, … Continue reading

Is John Terry Really Going To Join Manchester City?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The rumours first started in January that Manchester City were interested in landing John Terry, but nothing seemed too concrete and I, perhaps along with a lot of people, just dismissed it as paper talk.  Why on earth would Terry … Continue reading

Makelele Blames Terry for Mourinho Exit

Posted on by Brian Louie

Claude Makelele’s grit in Chelsea’s midfield and ability to play a quick pass made him the fitting example of the ‘Claude Makelele’ role, whatever that means.  It’s even been said that he’s managed to define the holding midfield position as … Continue reading

West Ham Fans To Get A Surprise

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When the final whistle went and those West Ham fans who’d spent most of Saturdays game against Chelsea abusing former old boys, Frank Lampard and John Terry, had disappeared to the pubs around and about, I bet they never thought … Continue reading

Chelsea Win Late but Far From Impressive

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

On Friday, during my game previews, Sam wondered how Wigan could score? Today, Chelsea gave us an answer, complacency. For much of Wigan’s trip to Stamford Bridge, it was Chelsea on the back foot. Completely against the run of play, … Continue reading

Could Manchester City Send Robinho to Chelsea for John Terry?

Posted on by tyduffy

It would be a sane Premier League week if there wasn’t an outlandish Manchester City rumor, but where is the fun in that? This week’s circulation is a doozy.  Manchester City reportedly are including Robinho in a cash plus player … Continue reading

Who Will Cash-Strapped Chelsea Sell This Summer?

Posted on by tyduffy

Chelsea announced a £65.7m loss for last year, a staggering sum, particularly as it marks an improvement over the loose-pursed past.  Though the tangible sum is less, the impact will be felt more, after Roman Abramovich as billionaire Roman Abramovich … Continue reading

Cahill Does It Again, FA Cup Draw Thoughts, And Other Premier League News

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Is there anything Tim Cahill can’t do? Tim Cahill’s week defines the word jet lag. From Liverpool to Japan for a World Cup Qualifier. His performance for Australia wasn’t exactly great, then again neither was Australia’s. Cahill had to be … Continue reading

Chelsea Players Play Blame Game and Other Premier League News

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

It took a couple of days, but the rift in the Chelsea dressing room seems to have finally made it out onto the public forum of the press. It all had to start with John Terry, doing his best to … Continue reading