Chelsea’s Potential Transfers For January?

The rumour mill as far as transfers are concerned, never appears to be far from the Stamford Bridge door and this week is no exception.

So far this week we’ve been informed that Valencia youngster Ximo Navarro, who has yet to make his first-team debut, has been linked with a move.Read More

Carvalho Back On Chelsea’s Injury List: Who’ll Join Him?

A Chelsea game just wouldn’t be a Chelsea game these days without the odd addition to our sick-bay at the end of it, and Wednesday night’s game against Hull was no exception.

From what I could see, Joe Cole seemed to be struggling with his ankle for a while before he was replaced by Belletti early in the second half.Read More

So Did Ballack’s Apology Save His Captaincy?

Much of the past week has seen reports in the press of Michael Ballack’s dispute with the management of his national side and his subsequent apology following a particularly public outburst.

The latest update on this is that despite Chelsea apparently refusing the injured player permission to travel to Germany for a showdown with Germany coach Joachim Low, a meeting has indeed taken place in Frankfurt.Read More

Chelsea Defender Appeals Against Ban

Back at the start of last month I wrote an article about one of our young defender’s out on loan at FC Twente.

19 year old Chelsea defender Slobodan Rajkovic had just been given a one year ban which seemed a bit harsh in comparison to punishments dished out for the same offence.Read More

Geovanni Heading For Chelsea?

Well it seems there’s nothing quite like a bit of flattery to set the rumour mill off and with Luiz Felipe Scolari always quick to praise his former players, it’s hardly surprising we’re linked with someone or other on a weekly basis. This week it seems it’s the turn of Hull City’s Geovanni.Read More

Chelsea Focus On Unbeaten Away Record To Beat Hull

After all the fuss that was made over Chelsea’s defeat to Liverpool, with some insane questions raised regarding the effect that one defeat could have on our season, it would seem the answer is: Chelsea would pick themselves up and get back on with the job against Hull. Because in the surprising battle of second and third placed sides, it was Chelsea who came away with the points.Read More

Former Chelsea pair join the Anelka criticism bandwagon

Following Chelsea’s defeat to Liverpool at the weekend, there have been many critical views of the performance given by Luiz Felipe Scolari’s team. You lose your first home game for 86-matches and suddenly the knives are out. The likes of Jose Bosingwa and Florent Malouda didn’t have their best games and now the same people that were singing their praises a week or so ago are questioning their right to be in the Chelsea team.Read More

Michael Ballack Not Forgiven For Outburst?

Michael Ballack might have apologised to Joachim Low for his recent outburst in the press but it seems he might have blotted his copybook as far as some are concerned.  

Ballack questioned Low’s decision to leave Torsten Frings out of the starting XI in Germany’s World Cup qualifiers against Russia and Wales, he also – again via the press – suggested Low had demonstrated a lack of respect in doing so.Read More

Joe Cole To Make A Welcome Return?

After a three week spell out following a foot injury sustained against Aston Villa, tonight’s game should see a return for Joe Cole. Cole has been back in training for the past few days and with his fitness slowly improving, a place on the bench could be on the cards for him against Hull.Read More

Hull City vs CHELSEA: Preview







 I doubt anyone would’ve predicted at the start of the season that this game would be a showdown between second versus third in the Premier League, but that’s how it stands ahead of our trip to the KC Stadium.

Hull’s unbelievable start to the season has seen them win six games so far and manager Phil Brown insists they have nothing to fear from our visit.Read More