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  • Blues lose ability to create

    Blues lose ability to create0

    If referee Jon Moss had added an hour and five minutes of stoppage time to the end of this perplexing London derby instead of merely five minutes, Chelsea still wouldn’t have scored. In a match which felt like a weird Life on Mars throwback to the 70s or 80s, the Blues came up against a

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  • Making progress

    Making progress0

    It’s a measure of how far Chelsea have come in the past nine months that instead of losing 6-0 to a rampant Manchester City, they ran the hosts close at the Etihad, taking the lead and matching Pep’s men every step of the way. That February defeat, pictured, still haunts fans, but Saturday’s result –

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  • What terrific mooovers!

    What terrific mooovers!0

    In the land of windmills, tulips, clogs and round cheeses, Chelsea's young stars - terrified of nothing - showed just what good movers they are with one of the most fluent, fluid and fast-paced performances under Frank Lampard's exciting reign. This was Chelsea at their best as they went toe-to-toe with one of the mostREAD MORE
  • How to grind out a result

    How to grind out a result0

    Sometimes you win handsomely, sometimes you have to grind out a result. Chelsea's 1-0 win against Newcastle at the Bridge fell firmly into the second category. With Frank Lampard and 'Stephen Roger Bruce', as the teamsheet rather formally referred to the Magpies' manager, urging their sides on from the dugout after a goalless first half,READ MORE
  • Mateo is an injury doubt

    Mateo is an injury doubt0

    Midfielder Mateo Kovacic is a doubt for Chelsea this weekend as the Blues restart their league campaign by hosting Newcastle. Seeing the Croatian limp off in a draw with Wales would ordinarily depress manager Frank Lampard… but now it merely means a dip into his seemingly bottomless barrel of fresh talent. Calum Hudson-Odoi - picturedREAD MORE
  • Saints alive! Another win!

    Saints alive! Another win!0

    Chelsea are starting to enjoy themselves, with Sunday's 4-1 away win down in sunny Southampton underlining just how imprecise a science it is to predict how a season will pan out. Back in August, after the Blues suffered a heavy opening-weekend 4-0 defeat to Man U, pundits were cheerfully predicting that United would do wellREAD MORE
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