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  • Fans show support for Tuchel

    Fans show support for Tuchel0

    Chelsea fans showed their support for manager Thomas Tuchel during these uncertain days for the club by unfurling an impressive new banner proclaiming him to be Deutscher Maestro. The vast flag was seen for the first time before Chelsea’s 1-1 Thursday night draw with Leicester City… a result which guarantees the Blues Champions League football

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  • Double finals weekend

    Double finals weekend0

    In a single extraordinary weekend, Chelsea’s men AND women reached their respective FA Cup finals. Both won their semis 2-0 – the women defeating Arsenal on their manor in the early afternoon, and the men despatching Crystal Palace at Wembley a couple of hours later. It means a mouth-watering weekend is in prospect at Wembley

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  • Bees sting Blues

    Bees sting Blues0

    ‘We’re staying up,’ chanted the Brentford fans, gathered at the Shed end of Stamford Bridge after they took the lead against a Chelsea team who suddenly relaxed in a warm bath of complacency after scoring first in Saturday’s west London derby. Never mind merely staying up… Brentford looked more like the champions of Europe than

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  • It’s now Emma’s club!

    It’s now Emma’s club!0

    As Emma Hayes was watching Chelsea Women thrashing Leicester City 7-0 in the 5th Round of the FA Cup (the stadium announcer played the Magnificent Seven theme to celebrate), Roman Abramovich was thrashing out the words of a statement handing her the reins of power! The oligarch ceded stewardship of his club to the trustees

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  • A Tuchel masterstroke

    A Tuchel masterstroke0

    A bold, masterful second-half triple substitution by Blues manager Tom Tuchel finally broke the deadlock at Selhurst Park as Chelsea nicked all three points right at the death. The sides had seemed evenly matched until Jorginho, N’Golo Kane and Malang Sarr were subbed in the 74th minute for Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mateo Kovacic and Marcos Alonso

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  • Blues rule the world

    Blues rule the world0

    Chelsea’s opponents – starting with Palace this weekend – already had a strong incentive to beat the reigning European champions. That’s likely to be fiercer now that the Blues rule the world. In 2012, when the Blues lost to Corinthians in the Club World Cup final (then known as the Club World Championship), it was

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