Jason Cundy

Jason Cundy

During his extensive playing career, Jason Cundy played for Chelsea (1988–92, with 41 league appearances) and Tottenham (28 appearances) amongst a host of other teams. After retiring in 2000, Cundy joined Talksport, where he currently hosts the Sports Bar with Andy Goldstein. Cundy also regularly makes appearances on Chelsea TV as a pundit as well as numerous other media engagements. And now has brought his fiery, eyebrow raising and engaging style to Football Fanzone.

Cundy: West Ham deserve a top 4 finish ahead of United, City

The race for the top 4 was blown wide open at the weekend with Manchester United toppling Man City at the Etihad Stadium. Formerly fighting for the title, City’s form has dipped so badly that they now find themselves clinging onto a top 4 spot for dear life with Manchester United, West Ham, Southampton and […]

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Cundy: Diving is not cheating and Benteke should be applauded

Christian Benteke came in for some heavy criticism this weekend after he was judged to have dived to win a penalty in the dying moments of Liverpool’s game with Crystal Palace. Down to 10 men, a mistake from Palace keeper Alex McCarthy let Liverpool back into the game before Benteke went down under seemingly no contact from […]

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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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Cundy: This man has all the tools to be Chelsea’s next manager

Talk of a permanent managerial appointment at Stamford Bridge has picked up in the past week, with Italy manager Antonio Conte seemingly set to be announced. But reports of a meeting between Roman Abramovich and Diego Simeone midweek as well as the speculation surrounding Juventus manager Massimo Allegri means we are none the wiser as […]

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Cundy: Chelsea can keep climbing the table, keep your eyes on Traore

Chelsea’s emphatic 5-1 over Newcastle raised hope at Stamford Bridge after the reigning champions have finally got back into their groove. A poor start to the season saw Jose Mourinho sacked and their chances of retaining their title or even making the top 4 vanish, but new man Guus Hiddink has the West London club […]

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Cundy: Van Gaal could have made this change to beat Chelsea

As the dust settles following another interesting encounter between Chelsea and Manchester United, United fans will wonder how they didn’t come away with all 3 points. So used to snatching late goals, yesterday they were on the receiving end as Diego Costa latched on to Cesc Fabregas’ pass in the 91st minute to draw the […]

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