John Terry Goal v Wolves (video)

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CHELSEA v Wolves: AVB On Bouncing Back (video)

CHELSEA vs Wolves: Preview

                Venue: Stamford Bridge Date: Saturday, 26 November Kick-off: 1500 GMT     You know them sort of games where you think ‘fuck me, we really have to win this?’ Well, today’s one of them days and I’m already thinking ‘what if we don’t?’ It feels like we’re [...]

Chelsea Live on TV: Newcastle United, Manchester City and Champions League survival

A series of disappointing domestic results sees Chelsea’s season uncharacteristically lurching out of control despite it only being November. Recent losses to QPR, Arsenal and Liverpool have seen them drop out of the top 4, 12 points behind leaders Manchester City. And only wins in their next several games will see their season go back [...]

Bayer Leverkusen vs CHELSEA: CL Preview

Venue: BayArena, Leverkusen Date: Wednesday, 23 November 2011 Kick-off: 1945 GMT   Here we go then, a break from the Premier League so we don’t have to crane our necks from a position so far off the top.  In the Champions League, we’re in an altogether better position really – or at least we would [...]

JT: Last Of The ‘Untouchables’?

John Terry – ‘Captain, Leader, Legend’ – a description regally displayed by the home support and royally piss-taken by the opposition. Not that the Stamford Bridge faithful could care less, after all, he’s Mr Chelsea isn’t he? The fact he lives and breathes the club makes him untouchable, right?

Gary Neville A Good Pundit? That’s Ridiculous

There’s a few people I know who reckon Gary Neville’s making a decent job of this Sky pundit stuff – Andre Villas-Boas isn’t one of them though.

CHELSEA 1-2 Liverpool: Move On

No, I know I didn’t bother writing a review of yesterday’s game but to be fair I just wanted to forget about it as quickly as possible and shield myself from any unnecessary pain.  When I get like that, I often post up a load of links from different points of view, this time though [...]

Andre Villas-Boas confident that his job is safe

Despite suffering a second home defeat in a row, Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has insisted that his job is safe, saying that reports of his departure were ‘total nonsense’.

CHELSEA vs Liverpool: Predictions

  For all you stats fans get over to KickOff.  As ever, they’ll give you predictions, percentages and pretty much anything else you could wish for. You’ll be in stats heaven.