By Stuart Robinson
Dec 11th, 2014
The cherry rolled off the cake. It had been so satisfying until then, too: a trio of well-worked goals in a routine 3-1 win over an enterprising Sporting outfit; successful run-outs for a host of players in need of boosts in form and/or fitness; even ...
By Justin Weible
Dec 6th, 2014
Trips to the Northeast should just be banned for Chelsea. One week after Sunderland fought hard for a 0-0 and had a chance to win, Newcastle United ended Chelsea’s unblemished record this season and handed the Blues their first defeat since facing Atl...
By Peter Adams
Dec 5th, 2014
The Jose Mourinho movement marched on in West London on Wednesday evening as Tottenham were on the receiving end of another spanking from their capital rivals. Much was made of Spurs’ dismal record at Stamford Bridge. The North London outfit haven’t w...
By George Coombes
Nov 26th, 2014
The British press described Mourinho’s mood as spiky in the build up to the game as he defiantly vowed to get the job of Qualification sorted with a game to spare. With the congested festive period upon us, having the Sporting Lisbon match as an...
By Nigel Ingram
Nov 24th, 2014
Jose Mourinho has got this blues side purring. The first 45 minutes on Saturday was some of the best football seen at Stamford bridge for many a year. The movement, speed of pass, determination and tenacity was from a different dimension. I have been ...
By Jonathan Davies
Nov 4th, 2014
Chelsea will secure their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League tonight, if they can replicate their impressive form against Maribor. A win in Slovenia and anything but a defeat for Schalke will see the Blues into the Round of 16. The B...
By Joe Campbell
Nov 1st, 2014
Chelsea today took all three points from a game that they would arguably have dropped some in last season, in fact it was a fixture that they lost 1-0 two seasons ago. The Blues’ title credentials were tested by a QPR side who showed determinati...