Pearce Warns Players Off Chelsea

Well, well, someone clearly stole Stuart Pearce’s sweets and judging by the rant he’s just had to the press, that someone must’ve been wearing a Chelsea shirt.

According to the England Under-21 manager (who by the way has plenty of young Chelsea players in his squad), emerging players should avoid us like the plague.Read More

Scolari The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread?

It’s only been a year since Jose Mourinho walked out of Stamford Bridge in a blaze of publicity, but whilst he’s busy making new enemies in Italy, it seems Scolari could be doing quite the opposite at Chelsea – or at least, he is as far as the press are concerned anyway.Read More

Mourinho: ‘Frank Is In My Heart’

Frank Lampard was always going to upset someone this summer. I mean, he’d got both Chelsea and Jose Mourinho wrapped around his finger, whilst he continued to deliberate over his very expensive future in football. Would he stay at the club he ‘loved’ with ‘his people’, or defect to Italy where his old boss sat confidently informing the press he could take his pick of his former players?Read More

Didier Drogba: ‘Why I Stayed’

After an indecisive summer full of want-away stories and quotes of displeasure, Didier Drogba has had a quiet start to this season. However, it was inevitable he’d find his voice sooner or later – and he appears to have chosen a slot on Chelsea TV to explain his decision to stay, and that night in Moscow.Read More

Tantrums, Winning and Scolari’s Chelsea

Phil Thompson had what can only be described as a ‘bit of a paddy’ on Sky Sports yesterday, as soon as talk turned to Chelsea.  The minute Jeff Stelling mentioned Scolari taking all four competitions seriously, the ex-Liverpool man went on a complete rant, embarrassingly losing his head whilst shouting about “Chelsea always saying they’re going to do the quadruple every year.” Not that he believes every headline he reads of course, but Thompson seems to equate Scolari saying he will “try to win all four” with the Brazilian saying he will actually do it.Read More

Chelsea Earn Another Win Away


The good news for Chelsea, but bad news for Stoke came before kick-off with the news that Rory Delap had withdrawn through injury. So no long throw-ins to contend with, although we still found ourselves up against a spirited Stoke side.

Chelsea controlled the first half although were stopped from making the most of their possession by a busy Thomas Sorensen on a couple of occasions, with both Ballack and Drogba denied an opener.Read More

Carling Cup: Chelsea At Home


Luiz Felipe Scolari has suggested he’ll be giving all four competitions an equal amount of respect this season and practised what he’s preached with the strength of his team against Portsmouth in the Carling Cup mid-week. The subsequent 4-0 win has seen us through to the last 16 and today’s fourth round draw has given us a home tie against Burnley.Read More

Stoke City v CHELSEA: Preview


Stoke pulled off a surprise draw at Anfield last weekend and fancy another go against us today, although Tony Pulis thinks we might be a tougher nut to crack than Liverpool.

Prior to our first league meeting with Stoke in 20 seasons, the Potters boss says “Liverpool are a great side, but I’ve watched Chelsea’s last two games and I think they are a step up on them.Read More

Mineiro Added To Chelsea Squad

Chelsea have confirmed that latest signing Mineiro, who signed on a free transfer will be given the number 27 shirt.

Chelsea boss, Luiz Felipe Scolari has talked the 33 year old up, stating “I have told Chelsea supporters that Mineiro reminds me very much Claude Makelele.  He knows very well what to on the pitch and is a good central midfielder.”

Chances are though, the 33 year old will only feature as cover for the more youthful John Obi Mikel.Read More

Arsenal And Chelsea To Battle For ‘Wonderkid’?


According to recent reports, Chelsea are ready to battle it out with Arsenal for a 14-year-old Spanish kid nicknamed the ‘new Ronaldinho’.

Apparently, Chelsea director of youth development Frank Arnesen has been watching Gerard Deulofeu for a while, although Wenger, who we know has a knack of luring youngsters to Arsenal, has had his eye on the schoolboy for some time as well.Read More