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  • TT: there’s no time to waste

    TT: there’s no time to waste0

    There’s no time to waste, insists Thomas Tuchel as he settles into a managerial seat still warm from the last incumbent. Things move swiftly at Chelsea, and the new gaffer was no sooner finished his midweek 0-0 draw against Wolves than he was setting up his team to face Burnley at the Bridge on Sunday.

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  • Looking Erin in the eye

    Looking Erin in the eye0

    In a move which could be repeated at other stages of this Covid-skewed season, Chelsea are giving fans currently excluded from Kingsmeadow a ‘free pass’ to the next match. Next week’s Conti Cup group game against Spurs, on Tuesday November 3 at 7pm, will be streamed live and free on the Chelsea website, YouTube, apps

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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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  • Who’s the more frustrated?

    Who’s the more frustrated?0

    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, the

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  • No Easter for the lads

    No Easter for the lads0

    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 to

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  • It’s clicking for Ross0

    Everything’s clicking for Ross Barkley, a player transformed from the injury-prone ‘maybe man’ released by Everton in January this year for what now looks like a bargain £15million. Strong, keen and almost clairvoyant in his anticipation of moves, he looks a natural in Chelsea’s squad… evidenced by his pivotal role in the Blues’ overwhelming display

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