Chelsea

Chelsea offer captain John Terry new one year deal

After rumours that all celebrations for John Terry’s final appearance at Stamford Bridge had been put on hold began circulating, it was believed that Chelsea captain would not be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer. The London club were forced to confirm earlier in the year that Terry, who had been at the club for 21 years, had […]

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How Cesc & Hazard brought about Spurs’ very own Keegan moment

“And I’ll tell you, honestly, I will love it if we beat them. Love it.” We all know the story – Newcastle were 12 points clear of Manchester United looking as though they would win the title. They hit a rocky patch allowing United back into the race and Sir Alex Ferguson targeted Newcastle’s weak […]

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Picture: Man of the moment Hazard unveils new Chelsea home kit

After a nightmare season, it appears all at Stamford Bridge are keen to get this term over with and next season started. Crowned champions last May, Chelsea have just cracked the top half of the table with things unlikely to get much better than their current 9th place position. As Chelsea have had a poor […]

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As Hazard finds his feet, signs of a resurgence next term are positive

Despite nothing to play for, a shock 4-1 victory against Bournemouth on the sunny south coast would have been enough to make the travelling Chelsea supporters happy, but there was an added treat when Belgian attacker Eden Hazard showed glimpses of his old self. It’s been an unpredictable season for Chelsea, no one would have […]

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Sergio Ramos reveals what really happened with him and Man United

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos admits he flirted with the idea of a move to Manchester United last summer but has closed the door on a move to Chelsea by claiming he plans on retiring at the Bernabeu. Ramos was pursued aggressively by United last summer after they abandoned plans of signing Mats Hummels, and […]

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Who are the stars of Chelsea’s Uefa Youth League winning side?

On Monday, Chelsea’s under 19 team took on their counterparts from Paris St Germain in the final of the UEFA Youth League.  Effectively the junior version of the Champions League, this season’s tournament was only the third edition in its current guise, the Youth League having replaced the Next Gen series for the 2013-14 season. […]

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Have the FA ruined Antonio Conte’s Chelsea plans already?

After being disciplined yet again by the FA, will Diego Costa call it a day on his Chelsea career? After his actions on the 12th March in the FA Cup quarter final at Goodison Park you couldn’t blame the FA for handing Diego Costa another ban, he too will know he was deserving of disciplinary […]

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Cundy: Chelsea can beat PSG to keep European hopes alive

Chelsea face the unenviable task of playing PSG tonight with European football next season hanging in the balance. A poor season by their standards means that, whilst still possible, a top 4 finish is unlikely. Winning the Champions League  is their only hope of making it into Europe’s premier club football competition but they have […]

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European football in the balance as Chelsea face familiar foes PSG

Cast your mind back one year, Chelsea sat top of the Premier League table looking on course to be crowned deserving champions, League Cup winners weeks before as well as earning a credible draw against PSG in Paris in the first leg of the last 16 in the Champions League. Despite their draw Chelsea disappointingly […]

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Have Chelsea finally cracked the Da Vinci code with Bertrand Traore?

Chelsea’s loan policy has been the subject of much criticism over the past couple of years.  The club’s official website currently lists 31 players whose registrations are held by the English champions but who are currently loaned out to other teams around the world. Whilst the use of loans can have a detrimental effect on […]

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