Lampard v Chelsea: does he sky it or score?

Widespread pictures of Frank Lampard in a Manchester City shirt made my heart ache a little yesterday. In fact more than that, I actually winced at the sight. Why? He left Chelsea this summer after 13 years of service, so it’s entirely up to him where he plays out the remainder of his career. Realistically [...]

Chelsea Dwelling on the Past?

It might be silly season, with Chelsea linked with everyone except Joey Barton so far but the link with a return for Didier Drogba at least gives us something to debate.

CHELSEA v Galatasaray: Preview

Venue: Stamford Bridge Date: 18 March 2014 Kick-off: 19.45 GMT With Chelsea’s lack of strike force this season, there’ll have been plenty of times we’ve longed for Didier Drogba back but none of us would have opted to see him back in someone else’s colours. That’s how it is though because tonight we see our [...]

Bison Bids Chelsea Farewell

So after some nonsense in the Italian rags, it’s been confirmed Michael Essien has indeed passed his medical at AC Milan. Thanks for all this Michael, we wish you well

A Mata of Motive?

I’ve had to sit back a bit this week and soak up the mass hysteria as Chelsea sell one of our best ever signings to a rival club in the Premier League……and not just any rival club either, because as even the remotest of Inuit tribes running around the Arctic with their harpoons will by [...]

Good Luck Sturridge!

So, Daniel Sturridge has made his move to a “humungous” club and despite this being his third permanent Premier League club at the age of 23, has been warned it’s his “last chance”.

Didier Drogba at Chelsea: A Temporary Guest?

Didier Drogba. No doubt about it, a massive part of Chelsea’s success from Premier League titles to Champions League, he’ll always have a place in our history and our hearts – but isn’t that how it should remain?

Tough Love At Chelsea?

Damned if we do and damned if we don’t. What’s she prattling on about today you might ask? Have the FA rewritten their rule book again? Has corporal punishment been introduced at Cobham for anyone known to have used the F-word in their past? Ok, it’s neither of those, in fact, nothing’s happened – and [...]

Michael Ballack: Thank you & Good Luck

Following the announcement of Michael Ballack’s retirement from football, TheChelseaBlog would like to thank him for his contribution during his time at Chelsea and wish him well in whatever he does.

Return Of Former Chelsea Favourite?

It was great to see Andriy Shevchenko playing in the Euros over the summer and even better to see him scoring. He’s just one of those players, irrespective of leaving Chelsea, I’d want to see do well wherever he is.