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  • Happy Blue Year!

    Happy Blue Year!0

    The glum faces streaming away from the Emirates told their own story. With seven minutes remaining of Sunday’s London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea, the Gunners were comfortably in command. But when ref Craig Pawson blew the final whistle, it was Arsenal 1 Chelsea 2 – a last-gasp ambush that had manager Frank Lampard bear-hugging

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  • Frank’s conundrum

    Frank’s conundrum0

    It’s the conundrum facing Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, and he knows it. When I asked him, at the most recent press conference at Cobham, for the answer to the ‘consistency’ mystery, he looked heavenwards and puffed his cheeks out. If he, or his deputy Jody Morris, knew the answer, they’d have surely done something about

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  • Another home shocker

    Another home shocker0

    Another home shocker for Chelsea on Boxing Day… and another trail of angrily torn-up tickets between the stadium and Fulham Broadway station. All you can do is laugh. Nottingham Forest, who visit in the FA Cup shortly, will be packing a case of prosecco in the boot of their coach – it’s that easy to

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  • 3-4-2-1? Wait and see!

    3-4-2-1? Wait and see!0

    You’ll have to wait and see whether Chelsea use the 3-4-2-1 formation that ambushed Jose Mourinho last weekend, or stick to a 4-2-3-1 that has been employed for most of this eventful season, when the Saints come marching in to Stamford Bridge or when the Blues head to the Emirates on Sunday. Blues manager Frank

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  • I’m 100% with Toni: Lamps

    I’m 100% with Toni: Lamps0

    Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has given German defender Toni Rudiger his 100% backing in the aftermath of the weekend’s ill-tempered Blues victory at White Hart Lane, and the allegation of racist chanting that marred the match. It follows Tottenham lodging an appeal against the red card shown to Son Heung-Min for a studs-up rake of

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  • Are we at tipping point?

    Are we at tipping point?0

    Have we reached tipping point on the issue of racism at football matches – a problem that has dogged the game since the 1970s, but which remains insoluble until the authorities take a firm line. Clubs have been reluctant to do more than window-dressing up to now. After all, a life ban on someone spending

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