Valentine's Day is looming... so who in the Chelsea dressing room truly deserves a fans’ bouquet? Eden Hazard, for his exquisite footwork? Cesar Azpilicueta for his all-round, underappreciated dependability? Willian, for continuing to dazzle even though he's no longer an automatic first pick? Or how about unrufflable teenager Ethan Ampadu, whose ‘Whatever’ expression and dreadlockedREAD MORE
It's London derby time as Chelsea take on a team whose nickname conjures up all sorts of puns about being stung. No, I’m not talking about the boys' Watford v Chelsea clash, where the Hornets hope to inflict anaphylactic shock at Vicarage Road after swapping a Portuguese manager for a Spanish one. I mean ChelseaREAD MORE
After coming to terms with their first - narrow - defeat at Kingsmeadow, to a determined Manchester City ladies' team, Chelsea Ladies can pick themselves up and get their title challenge back on course with a match against Everton. The 1-0 loss on January 14 in the Conti Cup was disappointing, but it's the leagueREAD MORE
Finally a goal! Chelsea fans were struggling to recall what one looked like after three straight goalless fixtures on the trot, but a Michy Batshuayi strike against Norwich in the FA Cup, during a marathon extra-time-and-pens evening at least proved that the Blues hadn't completely forgotten the art of scoring. Norwich's late equaliser meant itREAD MORE
Three cheers for Chelsea Ladies striker Fran Kirby, named top FA WSL1 player for December. It was a month in which the 24-year-old scored six goals, all in cup competitions, including a hat-trick against Liverpool Ladies. 'I was happy with the way I was performing and it was probably the best month I’ve had atREAD MORE
Like Brenda in Bristol, you feel like chorusing 'Not another nil-nil!' The first leg of the Chelsea v Arsenal League Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge was mostly memorable for the curious sight of Gunners gaffer Arsene Wenger sitting among the reptiles of the press in the media seats. A row of seats was specially reservedREAD MORE
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