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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 Joanna Pendleton
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Oct 18th, 2014
Chelsea will hope to re-establish Selhurst Park as one of their stomping grounds tomorrow after last season’s shocking defeat at the hands of Neil Warnock’s side. Barring injury John Terry will captain The Blues for a staggering 500th time against Cry...
By Rory McElhinney
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Oct 17th, 2014
Little gets football fans as excited as the return of the Premier League and after a fairly dull international break we travel to Selhurst Park tomorrow to face another of our London rivals after beating Arsenal 2-0 before the international break. It ...
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 Jonathan Davies
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Oct 4th, 2014
All eyes will be on Cesc Fabregas on Sunday as he makes his first appearance against Arsenal since his summer switch to Chelsea. Arsenal had first option to re-sign the midfielder, but manager Arsene Wenger said he had a feeling Fabregas had agreed to...
By Joe Campbell
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Sep 30th, 2014
The Chelsea squad touched down in the Portuguese capital on Monday ahead of their second match in the 2014/15 Champions League campaign. The news from Chelsea’s camp was that they didn’t travel with a full compliment of players, with Didie...
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 ...
By Tom Minton
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Sep 22nd, 2014
Jose Mourinho is expected to ring the changes after our draw with Manchester City at the weekend, ahead of our League Cup third round tie with Championship strugglers Bolton Wanderers. Given our lofty league standing, the League Cup may be given lesse...
By Stuart Robinson
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Sep 21st, 2014
A blue moon, as we all know, is a rarity. What not everyone appreciates is that it most often arises (so it says here) following such monumental occurrences as volcanic eruptions or especially large fires. No doubt each of Diego Costa’s seven goals th...
By Justin Weible
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Sep 20th, 2014
If last week’s match against Swansea was a matchup of the top two teams in the table at that point in the season, Sunday’s match between Manchester City and Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium is the actual matchup of the top two teams in the Premier League...
By Justin Weible
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Sep 17th, 2014
On Wednesday night, the group stages of the UEFA Champions League start with Chelsea welcoming a familiar foe to Stamford Bridge in FC Schalke 04. The Blues were drawn with the Germans in the group stages of last year’s competition and were able to di...
By Joe Campbell
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Sep 13th, 2014
With the international break over, proper football is set to return this Saturday as Chelsea face a Swansea side who, like the Blues, have been in impressive form. Tomorrow’s game will ensure that at least one side relinquishes their 100% start ...
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