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  • Time to mind our language

    Time to mind our language0

    I heard a new chant from the Chelsea fans at Watford, directed at a fellow journalist who regularly tweets against racism in football. Not being one of the Twitterati myself, I wasn’t aware of this social media spat… but it’s unusual for a hack in the press box to be targeted with a specific chantREAD MORE
  • Jingle bells, Chelsea win away

    Jingle bells, Chelsea win away0

    Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way. Oh what fun it was to watch Chelsea win away. Just a shame they couldn't do it at home too, against Leicester. It means that the Blues have a devil of a fight on their hands to claw back ground against runaway Liverpool, limp-along Man City andREAD MORE
  • How to beat Chelsea

    How to beat Chelsea0

    How to beat Chelsea. Step 1: Man-mark Eden Hazard. Step 2: Close down all spare space. Step 3: Hassle and harry, show no respect. Step 4: Score. Leicester City's game plan worked to perfection, with the Blues falling to a rare home defeat, and Leicester fans jubilantly heading back to their buses, chanting deliriously. HamzaREAD MORE
  • Don’t I know you?

    Don’t I know you?0

    After beating Reading 1-0 in the final league game at Kingsmeadow of 2018, a rerun will be staged – same place, same opponents – in the Conti Cup in January. Chelsea have been drawn at home to the Royals in the quarter-finals, with Man City drawing Brighton and Arsenal facing Birmingham. The tie will eitherREAD MORE
  • Now it’s Spurs in the semis

    Now it’s Spurs in the semis0

    Until this match reached a frantic climax with 10 minutes remaining, the only real fireworks at Chelsea v Bournemouth had been during the pitchside pyrotechnic display. The midweek Carabao Cup quarter-final seemed to be heading to 0-0 and penalties, until sub Eden Hazard latched on to a Pedro flick in the Cherries' box and fired.READ MORE
  • Hazard weaves his magic

    Hazard weaves his magic0

    The sooner Chelsea's board sits Eden Hazard down to sign a new contract with the Blues, the better. The Belgian maestro weaved his magic to earn three away points at Brighton, scoring one and creating the other in a 2-1 victory. Despite being chopped down a few times (although one or two 'fouls' against theREAD MORE
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