Venue: Stamford Bridge Date: Wednesday, 31 October Kick-off: 19.45 GMT Back to the scene of the crime tonight then – of course I’m referring to the robbery we were subjected to in the Premier League on Sunday – although this time it’s the League Cup and whilst we’d usually place a lot less importance [...]
Back in November 1992 a pretty well known woman reflected on the year gone by and decided it had been pretty grim all round really. Ten years on and I can’t help but find myself doing much the same thing. Of course I don’t have her fame (or money, more’s the pity) and the horrible [...]
Venue: Stamford Bridge Date: Sunday, 28 October Kick-off: 16.00 GMT If I’m honest, I’m dreading this game a bit. I know we’ve been the better side in the league so far this season but the game midweek unnerved me a bit. Not the defeat necessarily because [...]
The only statistic we want at the end of this is a scoreline in Chelsea’s favour but before we get to that, you can fill your boots with more stats than you can shake a stick at over at the brilliant KickOff.co.uk. They’ll even throw in a prediction, so click here [...]
It’s that time of year again where you won’t see t-shirts and sunglasses in the crowd and we’re dragging out the coats and scarves. So, The Chelsea Blog has teamed up with Savile Rogue again this year to give you the chance to win one of the world’s finest cashmere football scarves in Chelsea colours.
Few thought Chelsea would reach the 2012 Champions League Final. Even fewer thought they would make a serious claim for the title once there. Exactly how improbable was Chelsea’s run to European glory last season? Well let’s take a look at how the bookmaker’s saw Chelsea’s chances as the Champions League 2011/2012 edition evolved.
What a game that was against Spurs last weekend. It had goals, an exciting twist, and sweetest of all we beat one of our biggest rivals in their own backyard. As if crucifying Tottenham at Wembley in the FA cup semi-final, and then pinching their Champions League place right at the death wasn’t enough, now [...]
The hypocrisy in football never ceases to amaze me. I mean seriously, we all do it at some point and it’s laughable most of the time but then occasionally, it starts to grate a bit. I’ve lost count of the arguments I’ve had over the years with opposition supporters who’ve claimed some of our players [...]