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  • H-O finally arrives

    H-O finally arrives0

    He may look like Billy No Mates, stranded out on the right wing with only the linesman for company, but Callum Hudson-Odoi kept his wide position well – maturely standing his ground when lesser mortals would have been unable to stop themselves drifting in. As a result, he was ready to receive the wide balls

  • Callum’s big break

    Callum’s big break0

    He’s never started a match in the Premier League, but Chelsea’s exciting teenaged winger Callum Hudson-Odoi – seen above coming on as a sub against Kiev for Willian at the Bridge – has joined the England squad. National manager Gareth Southgate and his deputy, the former Chelsea assistant manager Steve Holland, have been watching Hudson-Odoi

  • Blues have a flare for it

    Blues have a flare for it0

    Chelsea were glad to see the back of Malmo. It’s a cultural thing; their culture is to light alarming flares, filling the stadium with smoke. Heaven only knows where they hid them, but in a concerted show of defiance at the start of the second half of this curious Europa Cup Round of 32 second-leg

  • Will Hudson-Odoi stay?

    Will Hudson-Odoi stay?0

    Yes, that is Callum Hudson-Odoi coming on, and yes that is Morrie Sarri – standing in front of Rafa Benitez’s technical area, in full roaming mode (to the occasional exasperation of the Newcastle manager). Blues fans serenaded the exciting young winger who they see as the future of the club, but who is being wooed

  • Callum assists, Alvaro scores

    Callum assists, Alvaro scores0

    Two superb crosses from the fleet-footed Callum Hudson-Odoi, and two goals for the confidence-shorn striker Alvaro Morata, were enough to dump Nottingham Forest out of the FA Cup in the 3rd Round on Saturday at Stamford Bridge, in a one-sided tie which still seemed laboured and unconvincing at times. Manager Aitor Karanka had set up

  • It was men against boys

    It was men against boys0

    Yet again, Chelsea have produced a superb crop of U18s who have breezed through to the final of the FA Youth Cup. The Blues have won five of the last six finals, with Tuesday night’s 4-0 drubbing of Birmingham City (a 7-0 aggregate win) the perfect way to reach the seventh Youth Cup final on

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