Frank Lampard salutes the crowd ahead of his Carabao Cup return to the Bridge with Derby In the end, it was tighter than many had predicted when Frank Lampard, returning hero, brought his Derby County team to Stamford Bridge on Halloween in the 4th round of the Carabao Cup. He was given the expected ovation,READ MORE
Everything's clicking for Ross Barkley, a player transformed from the injury-prone 'maybe man' released by Everton in January this year for what now looks like a bargain £15million. Strong, keen and almost clairvoyant in his anticipation of moves, he looks a natural in Chelsea's squad... evidenced by his pivotal role in the Blues' overwhelming displayREAD MORE
Morrie Sarri enjoys another Chelsea attack against FC BATE Borisov Starting only his second game of the season, as Chelsea's squad was given a thorough rotation, Ruben Loftus-Cheek emerged as the hat-trick hero in the Blues' latest Europa Cup outing against FC BATE Borisov, the champions of Belarus. The 22-year-old picked a floodlit European nightREAD MORE
All smiles before the game as Jose Mourinho, Morrie Sarri and kitman Gary Staker chit-chat at the tunnel mouth Oh, the irony! An equaliser - deep, deep into Fergietime - was the undoing of Manchester United at Stamford Bridge as Ross Barkley hammered home a goal in the sixth and final minute allotted by refREAD MORE
Yes, a win is a win. But Chelsea's 1-0 victory on Thursday night at the Bridge was a soporific win, an unconvincing win and a disappointing performance against a Hungarian side which had already struggled through eight pre-Europa League qualifiers to get where it is. That manager Morrie Sarri was forced to bring on EdenREAD MORE
Sarri and Klopp patrol their areas during Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Liverpool Chelsea so nearly grabbed all three points against Liverpool in one of the most entertainingly end-to-end matches of recent months... but old boy Daniel Sturridge came on as a sub to score a wondergoal a minute from time to wipe out EdenREAD MORE
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