By Michael Martin
May 25th, 2015
Before JT et al could get their hands on the premier league trophy; there was first the matter of our final match of the season against Sunderland. Although it was a dead rubber of a fixture with Sunderland already safe and Chelsea already crowned cha...
By Tyler Strauss
May 19th, 2015
Yesterday’s match against West Brom was an underwhelming result for the Blues. They were flat, lifeless, and pretty much already on holiday. The game could be summed up by Cesc Fabregas’s red card. The Spaniard was sent off for kicking the ball after ...
By Tom Minton
May 10th, 2015
John Terry became the outright highest scoring defender in Premier League history as Chelsea were held by Liverpool in a largely tame 1-1 draw. There were five changes to the newly-crowned Premier League champions – with the title now clinched,...
By George Coombes
May 3rd, 2015
The Blues are over the line and it has been confirmed that John Terry will lift the Premier League trophy against Sunderland on May the 24th. Jose selected the same starting eleven as the team that started against Leicester during the week but Ramires...
Apr 29th, 2015
It was a coming together of two teams from very different backgrounds on Wednesday in Leicester. Chelsea entered the game just 2 victories away from clinching the title. Leicester had hopes to continue their “great escape” from the relegation zone, ha...
By Tom Minton
Apr 27th, 2015
Chelsea remain two wins away from the Premier League trophy after a steely 0-0 draw at 2nd placed Arsenal. The biggest pre-match talking point was Jose Mourinho’s decision to play without a recognised striker. With Diego Costa and Loic Remy both...
Apr 26th, 2015
It was always going to be a feisty affair at the Emirates. The moment of silence before the match was about the most peaceful part of the match. From the first whistle, both teams were very physical. Such is always the case in this London derby, with ...