Chelsea fans are having to travel to the Baku beyond after their narrow win on penalties against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League semi second leg at the Bridge. Eden Hazard's winning goal was enough to guarantee a 'full English' for Premier League clubs, with Spurs and Liverpool facing each other in the Champions LeagueREAD MORE
As stalwart defender Gary Cahill pulls his shirt on to enter the field of play as a sub in the dying moments of the last home game of the season - a rare and utterly un-Sarrilike gesture from a manager not given to sentiment whatsoever - it's a strange moment for Chelsea's No24, wearing theREAD MORE
Leo Cahill - son of Chelsea defender Gary - swings from the chairs as he, sister Freya and mum Gemma wait in the press lounge at the final whistle after Chelsea's last home game on Sunday afternoon - a 3-0 win over Watford. Leo was among a 20-strong gatthering of Wags and children standing byREAD MORE
It's getting difficult to tell who is the most frustrated at an unsettled and restless Stamford Bridge... the manager (sent to the stands for venting his frustration at Easter Monday's draw against Burnley) or the fans. Strolling back towards Putney across Eel Brook Common after this chaotic - but eminently watchable - 2-2 draw, theREAD MORE
It may not have had the drama of the Man City v Spurs Champions League clash from the night before, but Thursday's second-leg Europa tie between Chelsea and Slavia Prague matched it for goals. Yet if the first half was comfortably Chelsea's, the second belonged to the visitors who made a match of it withREAD MORE
There’s no Easter bank holiday for the boys in blue. They face Burnley at the Bridge on Monday, determined to do better than they did at Anfield. The good news is, the weather will be scorching (so they say), and everyone will be gathering under the pitch sprinklers to keep cool. The 2-0 defeat toREAD MORE
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