While the experience of witnessing Didier Drogba fittingly end his time as a blue by finally ending our quest for the illusive Champions League title was a moment that I’m sure only occassions such as weddings and births of children could come close to (unlikely), there was an undoubtable feeling that this was the beginning [...]
Midway through last season, very few Chelsea fans would have expected their club’s season to end the way it did. Struggling in the Premier League, and on the verge of crashing out of the Champions’ League, Roman Abramovich decided to bring an end to Andre Villas-Boas’ short time in charge.
Roberto Mancini is kidding, right? I mean, is he really trying to deflect questions about the title with some lame mumbling about needing 5 or 6 more players? Fair enough some of the one’s he’s got couldn’t pull off a trick if Paul Daniels was coaching them never mind Mancini (yes Balotelli, I mean you) [...]
Ever wonder what journalists really think about Chelsea? Do they really run sweepstakes on our managers every season? Well, The Telegraph’s Henry Winter, agreed to answer a few questions from TheChelseaBlog and its readers. So have a read and see what he reckons:
Today see’s United and Chelsea in what has to be the biggest clash of the season, ahead of the battle on the pitch though, TheChelseaBlog has had its usual head-to-head with Scott the Red from TheRepublikof Mancunia. Yesterday it was Scott posing the questions but today, it’s payback:
Venue: Old Trafford Date: Sunday, 8 May Kick-off: 1610 BST The last time we met United in the league, we were 15 points adrift and in the middle of our worst run of form for years. A couple of months later, and the 25 points from 27 available has seen us claw our way to [...]
There’s been plenty of talk ahead of tomorrow’s game against United – and TheChelseaBlog has certainly been involved in our fair share of the debate. This time, it’s a much more affable chat though with fellow blues over at TheShedEnder. Have a read here.