Stamford Bridge atmosphere needs to improve

What do you make of the atmosphere at Stamford Bridge this season? Whilst not exactly in the realms of ‘the library’, it’s not really conducive to Champions of Europe style performances either is it? One person who sounds as if he thinks both of the above apply though is TheChelseaBlog reader Josh Holmes. Have a [...]

Sacking our Champions League-winning coach makes perfect sense

Let’s be under no illusion here. Roman Abramovich was spot on in sacking Roberto Di Matteo. No question. Di Matteo wasn’t delivering the results Roman craved, and he had to go, it’s really very simple. Chelsea’s performance in Turin was embarrassingly bad. Not only have we conceded 3 goals away from home in a vital [...]

How Chelsea defied the odds to claim European glory

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.

Reaction: We’ve got the Substance to go with the Style

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 [...]

Chelsea the favourites to sign Falcao

It seems as though Chelsea are the front-runners to land Atletico Madrid hot-shot Radamel Falcao, as it has come out that the Spanish club are in need of the cash.  However, Blues fans are not likely to see the Colombian international heading to Stamford Bridge until next summer, as Atletico are not prepared to let [...]

Reaction: Turns out we don’t need to Use the Force…

I’m not going to say it. I’m not even going to think it, or write it. However we are already seeing very encouraging signs that we can, and will build on last season’s 6th place league finish. With the attacking promise shown against Norwich yesterday, only time will tell how high that could be.

Why Oriol Romeu can fill the half-full glass

Ok, you’re getting a break from me today courtesy of a debut piece on here from a new addition.  James is Chelsea through and through and he’s not bad at this writing lark, so here’s his take on our midfield right now….   When I think back to the Chelsea side that Jose Mourinho assembled [...]

Di Matteo heaps praise on Oscar as Mikel apologises

It was a mixed night for Chelsea in the Champions League last night as they threw away a 2-0 lead to draw with Juventus at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea’s Hidden Talent

With Meireles gone and Essien returning back to his “Daddy” it seems that we have left ourselves fairly short in the central midfield area this season, or rather the 2 in the 4-2-3-1.

Chelsea Transfers: A Look At What We’ve Got

So, the transfer window is closed and there was no last minute signing from Chelsea. I’m not too worried since some key signings came in earlier in the transfer window but there are still a couple questions and positions that will still need to be figured out based on the squad now available. I will [...]