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Home History Season 2004/2005

Season 2004/2005

CHELSEA 0-0 MANCHESTER CITY

The last team to beat Chelsea in the Premiership were Man City back in October last year, that day David James made some vital saves to keep us out. Today he made two good saves that stopped us getting the vital win to go back 11pts clear.

MATCH PREVIEW – MANCHESTER CITY

Finally the return leg and a chance to avenge our solitary league defeat this season. Man City pulled off the unlikely win, but it was the pre-Robben era where we were struggling to score goals. Ferreira unfortunately gave away...

BLACKBURN ROVERS 0-1 CHELSEA

It was the cold hard battles in the wet and windy north that Alex Ferguson said would derail our title ambitions, however in the Battle of Blackburn, very much the opposite was true. In a highly physical game where Blackburn threw everything except the kitchen sink at us, Chelsea refused to roll over.

MATCH PREVIEW – BLACKBURN ROVERS

Jose Mourinho has his sights firmly set on the eleven wins required to bring Chelsea Premiership glory, with Blackburn at Ewood Park the first on the list. Having made eight changes to the side that beat Birmingham on Sunday,...

CHELSEA 2-0 BIRMINGHAM CITY

It was back down to business again today for Jose Mourinho and Chelsea, as it was FA Cup Fourth Round day. We'd been drawn against Birmingham City and Sky had chosen the match as their Sunday game. Mario Melchiot...

MATCH PREVIEW – BIRMINGHAM CITY

Chelsea’s win over Manchester United in midweek means that their quadruple attempt remains alive with Birmingham the next hurdle in the FA Cup. Jose Mourinho knows just how hard it will be to win all four competitions and despite...

MANCHESTER UNITED 1-2 CHELSEA

After the first leg at Stamford Bridge both clubs went into the second leg of this Carling Cup tie level at 0-0, so it was all to play for this evening at Old Trafford. The winners were guaranteed a...

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