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By Joe Campbell
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Jul 18th, 2014
This Saturday Chelsea will make the short trip across South West London to Kingsmeadow to face AFC Wimbledon in their second pre-season friendly of the Summer. Although there are no points at stake in this game, it will be another good chance for Jose...
By Tom Minton
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Jul 9th, 2014
Chelsea’s Brazilians were not just beaten but humiliated by Andre Schurrle’s Germany after losing 7-1 in the most shocking result in World Cup history. Several records had been smashed by the rampant Germans with this amazing display – the highest win...
By Tom Minton
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Jul 5th, 2014
Ramires, Oscar and Willian became the first Chelsea players to reach this year’s semi finals, as their Brazil side knocked out fellow South Americans Colombia with a 2-1 win. Luiz Felipe Scolari was forced into making two changes to the side that disp...
By Tom Minton
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Jun 29th, 2014
Chelsea’s Brazilian trio are still in the World Cup after a dramatic penalty shootout victory against South American rivals Chile. Brazil were again largely unchanged from their usual set up – the only change from the Selecao’s last game against Camer...
By Tom Minton
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Jun 25th, 2014
Host nation Brazil advanced from Group A with a convincing win over bottom side Cameroon. Ex-Blues boss Luiz Felipe Scolari made only one change to the side that struggled to a draw against Mexico, with Ramires making way for Hulk. Willian came on for...
By Tom Minton
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Jun 24th, 2014
Fernando Torres scored as Spain rounded off their dismal defence of the World Cup with a 3-0 win over Australia. El Nino played the whole ninety minutes as Vicente Del Bosque looked to give those who had not featured much previously the chance to play...
By Tom Minton
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Jun 18th, 2014
Brazil were again short of their best as Mexico held them to a goalless draw, thanks in no small part to Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa. Chelsea duo Ramires and Oscar both started for the hosts, as they aimed to make it two wins from two and practi...
By Tom Minton
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Jun 15th, 2014
Gary Cahill and England suffered defeat in their opening group game against Italy in an entertaining encounter in Manaus. Both teams started brightly and seemed at ease with the hot and humid conditions offered up by the Amazonian city, something tout...
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May 11th, 2014
Chelsea finished their season with a deserved 2-1 win over relegated Cardiff City. Mourinho made six changes to the side that drew with Norwich, with Cesar Azpilicueta, Tomas Kalas, John Obi Mikel, Oscar, Eden Hazard and Fernando Torres all coming in ...
By Nigel Ingram
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May 9th, 2014
Chelsea travel to, already relegated, Cardiff City for the final swansong of the 2013/14 season. The game itself is actually meaningless with Cardiff dropping out of the league and Chelsea having secured third place and automatic qualification for nex...
By Tom Minton
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May 5th, 2014
Chelsea’s Premier League title hopes were practically ended after a tense goalless draw with Norwich, who themselves are now all but relegated. However, third place in the league and the Champions League group stage is now near-as guaranteed for the B...
By Tom Minton
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May 3rd, 2014
Jose Mourinho has no new injury concerns ahead of his Chelsea side’s home clash with Norwich City on Sunday. Ramires is still out suspended and will be for the rest of the season, while the game may come too soon for first choice keeper Petr Cech, who...
By Sean Makins
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Apr 30th, 2014
Chelsea will be welcoming Atletico Madrid to The Bridge on Wednesday night to play in one of the biggest games of the season. It’s the second leg of the Champions leg and the tie stands all square after the first leg in Madrid. Atletico have sli...
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