Get On Mourinho’s Bandwagon, Not His Back

As we head swiftly into April, with weeks rather than months of the season left, it’s hard not to drag out a cliché or two. “If you’d told us in August we’d be top…..”, “6 point gap, game in hand….”, “it’s in our own hands…” But realistically, who wouldn’t rather be in Chelsea’s position right now?… Read More

John Terry: Adored and Abhorred

Love him or loathe him, they can’t ignore him and the critics will have him around for a while yet because this week, John Terry has signed another 12 month contract at Chelsea.
The fact that the Chelsea captain has earned an 18th professional season is an absolute credit to him as a player and as a professional.… Read More

The Greatest Gift the Blues Can Receive is Patience

As the football world is becoming even more popular, a new caliber of fan has been born. This new character amongst the sport is typically very passionate, smart (sometimes too smart), and can even be relatively wealthy. These new additions are great for football both globally and in England. However, this new found passion, coupled with their unfamiliarity with the cyclical nature of football clubs, leads to a considerable amount of impatience.… Read More

Mourinho’s Options on the Bench

Chelsea have finally reached the business end of the campaign. There is no more time for mistakes, figuring out preferred squads, or trying new tactics. Our starting 11 is pretty much set, barring injuries or slight rotation. Assuming Oscar is preferred to start over Ramires, we will discuss the Blue’s options coming off the bench, and what they offer Mourinho.… Read More

Hull v CHELSEA: Preview

Venue: KC Stadium
Date: Sunday, 22 March
Kick-off: 16:00 GMT

We might have a couple of games in hand but I’d feel happier if we were going into this game with the points from those games already in the bag. With City closing the gap to just three points yesterday and our form of late not so much going off the boil as the pilot light being just about snuffed out, it all feels a bit tenser that it needed to be.… Read More

Chelsea’s Summer Transfer Policy

The world of transfers has been changing over the last few seasons. There is a necessity to buy players every summer, as teams are never complete. Chelsea are no exception to this policy, in fact they tend to excel at it. Last summer, we addressed our major issue, the lack of striker.… Read More

Is It Really Football That’s Toxic?

Last summer, John Bieniewicz, a referee in America was punched and knocked out by a football player he was trying to send off. Bieniewicz, a husband and father, died two days later and, last week, the player was quite rightly sent to prison. An absolute tragedy for his family and a stain on football for America that such unforgivable, abhorrent behaviour from a player should have such a heartbreaking and fatal end.… Read More

CHELSEA 1-1 Southampton: Advancing Slowly


The draw and performance might not have blown us away but given a six point lead with a game in hand at the start of the weekend – then after a two hour game midweek, we probably would have taken it.
After a poor first half, we took the game to a very resilient Southampton side in the second and were unlucky not to pinch it late on.… Read More

CHELSEA v Southampton: Preview

Venue: Stamford Bridge
Date: Sunday, 15 March
Kick-off: 13:30 GMT

So, if we can behave ourselves for 90 minutes and stop upsetting Carragher and co by remonstrating with these fine upstanding figures who clearly don’t need to do their job well, then we have a bit of a game today.… Read More

CHELSEA v PSG: Champions League Preview

Venue: Stamford Bridge
Date: Wednesday 11 March, 2015
Kick-off: 19:45 GMT

After celebrating 110 years yesterday, tonight Chelsea will be looking to celebrate a place in the quarter finals of the Champions League if we can get past PSG at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea come into tonight’s tie top of the Premier League and unbeaten in their last 8 games in all competitions.… Read More