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  • Finally… home comfort

    Finally… home comfort0

    After a string of stuttering home league performances, Frank Lampard was finally able to welcome a straightforward victory as the Blues beat Burnley 3-0 at the Bridge. It was a good showing, although chance after chance to rack up a really serious win were squandered in traditional fashion. All in all, though, this was a

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  • Don’t lose our youngsters!

    Don’t lose our youngsters!0

      Chelsea must stick with their belief in younger players, or they’ll lose them as they’ve lost so many down the years, says manager Frank Lampard. Under pressure to cling to fourth place in the Premier League, and with a £150million war chest at his disposal should he want to enter the transfer market this

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  • Callum & Ross earn cup win

    Callum & Ross earn cup win0

    A bravura performance by Callum Hudson-Odoi, who scored one goal and made a second as Chelsea cruised past Nottingham Forest in their FA Cup 3rd round tie on Sunday, means the Blues are in the 4th round, with a trip to Hull City. The lively teenaged midfielder only needed six minutes to score, cutting in

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  • Bicycle thieves

    Bicycle thieves0

    There’s not much you can do but stand, applaud and admire the bicycle kick that stole two points from Chelsea at Brighton… scored by a man with more aitches than a Scrabble set. When Alireza Jahanbakhsh beat Kepa Arrizabalaga with that overhead kick to win the Seagulls a draw and cancel out captain Cesar Azpilicueta’s

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  • Happy Blue Year!

    Happy Blue Year!0

    The glum faces streaming away from the Emirates told their own story. With seven minutes remaining of Sunday’s London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea, the Gunners were comfortably in command. But when ref Craig Pawson blew the final whistle, it was Arsenal 1 Chelsea 2 – a last-gasp ambush that had manager Frank Lampard bear-hugging

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  • Frank’s conundrum

    Frank’s conundrum0

    It’s the conundrum facing Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, and he knows it. When I asked him, at the most recent press conference at Cobham, for the answer to the ‘consistency’ mystery, he looked heavenwards and puffed his cheeks out. If he, or his deputy Jody Morris, knew the answer, they’d have surely done something about

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