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  • James knee scare mars victory

    James knee scare mars victory0

    The Potter’s wheel is turning again after a run of dismal results in the lead up to the World Cup. A 2-0 home win against Bournemouth has steadied the ship, but a serious setback to the returning Reece James has left fans down in the dumps. James played brilliantly through a first half at the

  • Where’s Kepa? Found him!

    Where’s Kepa? Found him!0

    Chelsea’s 2-2 draw against Bournemouth, which further tightens life for the Blues at the top of the Premier League as the team clings to the all-important fourth place, means it is now five matches on the trot that goalie Kepa Arrizabalaga has been left on the bench. There wouldn’t be an issue for manager Frank

  • Another home shocker

    Another home shocker0

    Another home shocker for Chelsea on Boxing Day… and another trail of angrily torn-up tickets between the stadium and Fulham Broadway station. All you can do is laugh. Nottingham Forest, who visit in the FA Cup shortly, will be packing a case of prosecco in the boot of their coach – it’s that easy to

  • Like an old silent film

    Like an old silent film0

    Frank Lampard isn’t the angriest person in Stamford Bridge. There are 40,000 angrier ones. Chelsea’s pitiful performance against Bournemouth – another 1-0 home defeat – means the honeymoon is well and truly over. Lampard better get his act together, because much more of this type of dire, lazy play by his cosseted team of ‘superstars’

  • A Cherry bad performance

    A Cherry bad performance0

    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 curious

  • 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.

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