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By Simon Phillips
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Mar 2nd, 2015
According to reports on Monday afternoon, Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane has claimed that the guarantee of first team football will be the deciding factor as he contemplates his move to the Premier League. The 21-year-old French International is ...
By Simon Phillips
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Mar 2nd, 2015
Joyous scenes erupted at Wembley on a wet Sunday afternoon in front a packed Stadium of blue and white waves, as Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea side over powered a Tottenham team that showed fight, but in the end were not strong enough to match their o...
By Justin Weible
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Mar 1st, 2015
Another cup final, another trophy for Chelsea, as the Blues defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at Wembley on Sunday in the Capital One Cup final . Goals from John Terry on the stroke of halftime and a second-half goal from Diego Costa provided Chelsea wit...
By admin
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Mar 1st, 2015
Chelsea sat deep, kept it tight and relied on our superior talent to win us the game. Maybe not what some expected given how expressive we’ve been for most of this season, but the trophy is the ultimate justification. MOTM Terry. Not just for th...
By Richard Micallef
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Mar 1st, 2015
Location Malta. Date July 1966. On my dad’s insistence I was made to watch some of the World Cup games on our black and white telly with Italian commentary. I was still a month from my seventh birthday, and didn’t have a clue what all the fuss was abo...
By Clive Batty
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Mar 1st, 2015
I had been a Chelsea supporter for nearly a year before my father took me to my first game at Stamford Bridge, against West Brom in January 1971. I was hugely looking forward to seeing all the players I had previously seen in action only on the TV – P...
By Mark Worrall
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Mar 1st, 2015
For everyone associated with Chelsea FC, in particular those of us of a certain age, the untimely death eight years ago of Peter Osgood was particularly heart-rending. The king of Stamford Bridge was the primary reason that I began to follow the Blues...
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