By Michael Martin
Feb 21st, 2015
Chelsea drew 1-1 at home to Burnley in controversial circumstances, as our lead at the top was cut to five points by Manchester City. Chelsea started in positive fashion, Felipe Luis, in for Azpilicueta at left back won possession with a great tackle ...
By George Coombes
Feb 21st, 2015
The Blues are looking in good shape and find themselves in the unusual position of coming to the end of a nice run of fixtures leading up to a big cup final. On so many occasions Chelsea have managed to get themselves through gruelling schedules to co...
By Nigel Ingram
Feb 18th, 2015
Never mind parking the bus, Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea couldn’t even get the bus in to the players arrival area! The Chelsea team bus got lodged in the arrival tunnel and the blues boss walked his players to the stadium entrance. Not the best of starts t...
By Stuart Robinson
Feb 12th, 2015
Thirty-seven minutes into last night’s crucial, potentially pendulum-swinging clash at Stamford Bridge, a man selflessly put down his iPad, cleared a space in his schedule and heroically plonked himself two seats to my left, where his colleague herald...
By Jonathan Davies
Feb 11th, 2015
On 10 February 2010, Everton beat Chelsea 2-1 at Goodison Park. It put a dampener on the back pages of the newspapers I bought the following morning to commemorate my 18th birthday. Five years later, they hope to create similar headlines. This time at...
By Justin Weible
Feb 10th, 2015
This should be intriguing, shouldn’t it? Wednesday night, Chelsea welcome Everton to Stamford Bridge in a midweek fixture that produced some real entertainment back in August in the reverse fixture at Goodison Park. That match had everything a neutral...
By Joe Campbell
Feb 7th, 2015
Jose Mourinho finally managed his first win at Villa Park, beating the midlands team 2-1 in an encounter that was always going to be hard-fought, no matter what Aston Villa’s recent form would suggest. There were no major surprises in the Blues&...