Former Chelsea Striker: Torres Could Score Any Number

In spite of his lack of goals since arriving in January, there’s still plenty of us with complete faith in Fernando Torres and former Chelsea striker Kerry Dixon is one of them. … Read More

Fond Farewell To A Chelsea Favourite


In the summer of 2003, Claudio Ranieri brought Claude Makelele to Chelsea for 16.8 million, suggesting he would be the ‘battery’ of the side – and as it happened, he was right. In fact, for the next five years, Makelele was to establish himself as such a legend at Stamford Bridge and the Premier League, he even had the role named after him.Read More

United vs CHELSEA: Talking To The Enemy


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:
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Osgood: A Chelsea Legend Celebrated

Finally, we have a fitting tribute to Peter Osgood, as the unveiling of his statue outside the West Stand took place last night:

“Without a doubt (Peter Osgood) should be the one with a statue here. This is a wonderful tribute to what he brought to the club. We will never forget him because he is now there every time we come to the Bridge.”
-former Chelsea goalkeeper Peter Bonetti

“It’s all down to the fans that we’ve got this statue, it was their vision and they pressed to have something like this outside of Stamford Bridge and it’s absolutely fitting.Read More

Petar Borota, A True Chelsea Character: R.I.P

The news that former Chelsea goalkeeper Petar Borota (56) died on Friday will certainly have saddened a few of our older supporters although I’m sure the memories of him will have raised a few smiles as well.

Signed by Danny Blanchflower in 1979 from Partizan Belgrade, Borota made an impressive debut in a 0-0 draw with Liverpool.Read More