This weekend’s clash was meant to have been at the new-look Three Point Lane, as seasoned Blues fans loved calling it. But Spurs v Chelsea is staged at Tottenham’s default temporary ground, Wembley; a happy hunting ground for Chelsea, with twin towers or arch. There have been blips. The irritating 2-1 FA Cup Final defeatREAD MORE
Poppy cupcakes at Chelsea Blues manager Morrie Sarri endured the most frustrating match of his managerial stint in SW6 on Remembrance Sunday, as Everton forced a 0-0 draw. An ill-tempered encounter (there were five bookings by half-time, and ref Kevin Friend is not an especially card-happy man-in-black) saw both managers take positives, and negatives. OnREAD 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
What a contest! Oh, what a contest! In one of the finest games of football witnessed at Kingsmeadow since Chelsea Women moved to the ground, the Blues beat the Italian side Fiorentina 1-0 in the first leg of their Champions League Round of 16 contest, atoning for their dismal capitulation to Arsenal in the leagueREAD MORE
As Arsenal Women walked across to applaud their travelling supporters after a 5-0 whitewash of champions Chelsea, the Blues were left to reflect on a defeat which was humiliating and comprehensive. Kingsmeadow had never witnessed such a league drubbing of the women's team, but manager Emma Hayes and captain-for-the-day Millie Bright know they have toREAD MORE
Maria Thorisdottir hopes to start against Arsenal at Kingsmeadow The clean-sheet queens meet the in-form Gunners at Kingsmeadow on Sunday in what is already being described as a pivotal six-pointer. Arsenal go into the match more cocky than at any time in the past couple of seasons. They lead the WSL with maximum pointsREAD MORE
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