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By Mark Worrall
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Oct 22nd, 2014
My alarm clock-radio clicked on at 5.55am, the same as it always did. A couple of hours sleep hadn’t done me too many favours, I rubbed my eyes and lay in the darkness waiting for the 6am news bulletin whilst questioning the sanity of my trip to Burnd...
By James Edwards
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Oct 22nd, 2014
Monday 13 October Everyone is struggling in Euro qualifying. The Netherlands were beaten by Iceland as Guus Hiddink’s reign continues its slippery start. Belgium, with Courtois and Hazard to the fore drew 1-1 with Bosnia-Herzegovina. The only clear re...
By Nigel Ingram
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Oct 21st, 2014
Chelsea meet Slovenian champions Maribor in the first of a Champions League double header which will see the Blues all but qualify for the knockout phase before the ‘winter break’. Maribor, albeit very inexperienced at this level, have not lost in nin...
By Justin Weible
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Oct 18th, 2014
Chelsea maintain their unbeaten record with a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Goals from Oscar and Cesc Fabregas gave the Blues a 2-0 advantage, but a Fraizer Campbell goal in the 89th minute gave Palace a bit of hope, despite it bei...
By James Edwards
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Oct 14th, 2014
Monday 6 October Shalke 04 finally tired of the poor run of results under Jens Keller and have appointed Roberto Di Matteo to replace him as manager. In a season of reunions and second comings this will be a strange one. Sadly the home leg against the...
By Peter Sampson
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Oct 9th, 2014
Chelsea defeated Arsenal with relative ease at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon. The Blues had the measure of their visitors pretty much from the word and go and, for neutral at least, the on-going feud between Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger on th...
By Peter Sampson
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Oct 8th, 2014
So as we go into the international football break, Chelsea are five points clear and unbeaten. And save for a lucky late equaliser from Man City at the Etihad, we would now have maximum points and be eight points clear. This opening to the season has ...
By Mark Daniell
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Oct 7th, 2014
Well we always knew there was going to be a bit of whingeing. I mean, even when the breakup is amicable, nobody likes seeing their ex with another guy, especially if that guy is Diego Costa. I imagine the Bloom/Beiber slapfight was much the same as th...
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Oct 7th, 2014
Monday 29 September Chelsea have asked about hiring Twickenham for a season as the plans to redevelop Stamford Bridge take shape. The RFU are such a bunch of stuffed shirts that it probably will not happen but it is an interesting insight into the clu...
By Justin Weible
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Oct 5th, 2014
Chelsea face their second major challenge in the last three weeks on another Super Sunday as the Blues welcome the challenge of Arsenal at Stamford Bridge. Matches like this one proved critical to last season’s title race, not least because of the thr...
By James Edwards
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Sep 30th, 2014
Tuesday 23 September Our loanees at Middlesbrough took part in a special tie at Anfield as they eventually lost 14-13 on penalties to Liverpool. Patrick Bamford had scored a late penalty in extra-time to take the tie to penalties but then missed the f...
By Justin Weible
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Sep 27th, 2014
For years, Aston Villa has been something of a bogey team for Chelsea, mostly away from Villa Park. But there have been some interesting fixtures between these two at Stamford Bridge as of late, the 8-0 Chelsea win under Rafa Benitez, Andre Villas-Boa...
By George Coombes
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Sep 26th, 2014
It is first versus third at the bridge on Saturday as The Blues look to add a second successive defeat to Aston Villa’s 2014/15 Premier League campaign. Despite Lambert’s men being blown away by a 192 second 3 goal salvo last weekend, The ...
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