Valentine's Day is looming... so who in the Chelsea dressing room truly deserves a fans’ bouquet? Eden Hazard, for his exquisite footwork? Cesar Azpilicueta for his all-round, underappreciated dependability? Willian, for continuing to dazzle even though he's no longer an automatic first pick? Or how about unrufflable teenager Ethan Ampadu, whose ‘Whatever’ expression and dreadlockedREAD MORE
Like Brenda in Bristol, you feel like chorusing 'Not another nil-nil!' The first leg of the Chelsea v Arsenal League Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge was mostly memorable for the curious sight of Gunners gaffer Arsene Wenger sitting among the reptiles of the press in the media seats. A row of seats was specially reservedREAD MORE
It was a rollercoaster ride at the Emirates for the eagerly awaited post-New Year Arsenal v Chelsea clash, with the balance of the game twisting and turning right into stoppage time. In the end, a 2-2 draw was probably about right, although Arsenal just shaded it in terms of attacking chances in a match whichREAD MORE
If it's Yorkshire grit v Southern softies, this really shouldn't have been any contest on a cold, miserable night in Huddersfield... but the Blues never cease to surprise. After a dire display against West Ham at the weekend, Chelsea bounced back to beat the Terriers 3-1, turning on the style with a masterclass in flicks,READ MORE
Saturday’s West Ham v Chelsea lunchtime timing suits the Met, but won’t help agoraphobics. The vast, yawning bowl of the London Stadium holds little appeal to those prone to panic attacks triggered by wide-open spaces. Most will enter the echoey cauldron anticipating a Blues victory, but the Irons aren’t merely desperate for top-flight survival, theyREAD MORE
Eden Hazard may have been man of the match in the Blues' lunchtime defeat of Newcastle, but the back-to-fitness Victor Moses and the back-to-form Danny Drinkwater were also stand-out participants. The Toon Army outsang Chelsea for the entire game, but on the field the Blues outplayed the Magpies and, in the end, a 3-1 scorelineREAD MORE
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