Having been marmalized in midweek by Bournemouth, Chelsea continued their yo-yoing displays with a comprehensive 5-0 victory over lowly Huddersfield at the Bridge. Even 'Mr Motivator' - Morrie Sarri - looked pleased with the display by the time ref Paul Tierney blew the final whistle. Having cold-shouldered his squad by refusing to travel back toREAD MORE
The arrival of loan striker (and, seemingly, lone striker) Gonzalo Higuain, and the departure of Alvaro Morata, should fill Chelsea fans with hope. The 31-year-old Argentine started encouragingly enough in the FA Cup… but beating one Wednesday was followed by miserable defeat on another Wednesday as the Blues caved in at Bournemouth. Playing in curiousREAD MORE
On a weekend when big names tumbled and FA Cup surprises seemed more frequent than predictable outcomes, Sheffield Wednesday succumbed to Chelsea's superiority in a game where the biggest talking point was VAR. The remote replay checking system was in operation at Stamford Bridge for the Owls' visit, although the curious lottery of some matchesREAD MORE
Joyous scenes at the end of the second leg of this year's League Cup final after Chelsea kept their heads to beat Spurs on penalties to play Manchester City in the final at Wembley. Against the intimidating backdrop of the baying hordes in the Matthew Harding stand at Stamford Bridge, Eric Dier sent his effortREAD MORE
Looking lethargic and, frankly, clueless for most of this London derby, Chelsea conceded two first-half goals to Arsenal at the Emirates, and never looked like clawing anything back. No wonder the Blues fans were largely silent for this absurd display of back-and-forward passing, rather than any serious assaults on the Gunners' goal. Bernd Leno hadREAD MORE
Yes, that is Callum Hudson-Odoi coming on, and yes that is Morrie Sarri - standing in front of Rafa Benitez's technical area, in full roaming mode (to the occasional exasperation of the Newcastle manager). Blues fans serenaded the exciting young winger who they see as the future of the club, but who is being wooedREAD MORE
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