Kelvin Barker

By Kelvin Barker
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Jan 26th, 2013
Once again, Chelsea Football Club finds itself embroiled in an avoidable spot of bother, with the club cast once more as public enemy number one by many within the sleazy world of broadcast and written journalism.  There can be no denying that Chelsea...
By Kelvin Barker
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Oct 25th, 2011
Until relatively recently, I had always believed that in my many years of watching football, I had only seen Chelsea blatantly conned by a referee in domestic football once.   Let’s face it, continental football has been corrupt for as long as it has ...
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Sep 25th, 2011
17 May 1997, what a fantastic day that was. The sun shone relentlessly, an early rendition of One Man Went to Mow by 40,000 Blues fans was climaxed by Robbie’s 42-second wonder strike, and Chelsea won their first major trophy for 26 years. During the ...
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Feb 8th, 2011
I, for one, have thoroughly enjoyed the furore caused by the ignorant comments, and subsequent departures from Sky, of Richard Keys and Andy Gray. ...
By Rowan Farnham-Long
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Oct 6th, 2010
Having recently discovered a magnificent online forum which specialises in offering all manner of matches available for download, I took a quick look in the folder marked ‘Classic Matches’. Not even sure what I was looking for, I typed ‘Chelsea’ into ...
By Kelvin Barker
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Mar 29th, 2010
Growing up in 1970s Shepherds Bush, playing football in the street or the school playground of Miles Coverdale Primary School, I only ever wanted to be one person: Ian Hutchinson.  Or to give him his correct moniker, according to the good denizens of ...
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Mar 11th, 2010
If you have been anywhere near a radio over the past forty years, the chances are that at some point you will have heard some smug music aficionado extolling the virtues of The Beatles’ album Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.  Whether that pa...
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