‘Goal machine’, ‘Plenty more to come’ – How some Chelsea fans reacted to strikers first international goal

Another milestone has been accomplished by Chelsea’s big striker. Coming off the bench for Harry Kane with 34-minutes remaining, the stage was set for Tammy Abraham to break his duck at full international level.

Making only his second appearance for The Three Lions, the Chelsea academy graduate duly obliged. Arriving in the six-yard at the right time, with six-minutes remaining.… Read More

‘Immense talent’, Remember the name’ – How some Chelsea fans have reacted to Reece James’ Champions League performance

Chelsea fans were out in force to praise the youngster who salvaged a point, in what was a dramatic night at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues trailed 3-1 at half-time, when the 19-year-old entered the action in place of Marcos Alonso. Little did fans know that half an hour later, James would prove the hero with The Blues coming back from 4-1 down to draw 4-4, thanks to an equaliser from the Chelsea prodigy.… Read More

‘Emotional rollercoaster’ – How some Chelsea fans reacted to night of high drama at Stamford Bridge

A crazy night at Stamford Bridge that nobody could have predicted. An early own goal followed by an early penalty set the tone to what will go down as one of The Blues most memorable nights in recent history.

Ajax looked in control during the first-half, going in at the break with a 3-1 lead.… Read More

CHELSEA v Liverpool: Uefa Super Cup Preview

 

Date: Wednesday 14th August 2019

Venue: Vodafone Park, Istanbul

Kick-off: 20:00 BST

 

 

Since the start of the 2000s, tonight’s game will be the 60th meeting between Chelsea and Liverpool in all competitions. But whilst we’d have been pretty sure of ourselves up against Liverpool previously – and most other sides since Roman’s arrival to be honest – these are changing times.… Read More

Why the summer transfer window will be the most important in the Abramovich era

There is a sense of deja vu among us Chelsea fans as this dismal season enters its final phase. There is an increasing feeling that Antonio Conte is going to join the long list of managerial casualties in the summer, after failing to follow-up on last season’s heroics. It’s been a series of events we’ve seen time and again in the past, but always, the trophies have continued to flow in.… Read More

CHELSEA v Barcelona: Champions League Preview

 

Date: Tuesday 20th February 2018

Venue: Stamford Bridge

Kick-off: 19:45 GMT

 

Friday night’s game was a clear improvement in performance for us but getting that into context, it was against Hull City. Tonight, our visitors are Barcelona and whilst we can clutch at whatever historical straws between us we like, the reality is, records are there for the taking from us this season.… Read More

CHELSEA 4-0 Maccabi: Normal service resumed?

So finally we get a win again, albeit against Europe’s equivalent of Accrington Stanley but as the cliché goes – you can only beat what’s in front of you – and to be fair, 4-0 was a convincing win.

Jose rang the changes, dropping Ivanovic, JT, Matic and Costa to the bench and whether that was intended as chastisement for poor performances or with an eye on Arsenal at the weekend, it was effective.… Read More

What Chelsea Need To Do To Win the Champions League

Chelsea fell a few places short of Champions League glory this past season, eliminated at the second round at home on away goals to 10-man Paris Saint-Germain.

It wasn’t a good week for English football as no Premier League side even made the final eight of the 2014-15 Champions League.

Some cynics say Chelsea didn’t try their hardest as the Premier League was Jose Mourinho’s main aim during his second season back at Stamford Bridge.… Read More

Room for Improvement in the Champions League

Heading into the 2015 summer transfer window, José Mourinho has work to do if Chelsea are to stand a chance to win next season’s UEFA Champions League.

The Premier League was won with three games to spare, and in truth, looked wrapped up very early into the season, even if Manchester City clawed their way back to level points at the top at the beginning of the New Year.… 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