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  • It could get wurst for Chelsea

    It could get wurst for Chelsea0

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    • 26th February 2020

    Chelsea managed to escape with a 3-0 defeat at the Bridge against a potentially rampant Bayern Munich side who are going to take some stopping if they aren’t going to lift the Champions League trophy this season. For all the Blues’ endeavour (and there were odd glimpses of promise, with Mason Mount having a good

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  • Pupil v Master: Lampard’s on top

    Pupil v Master: Lampard’s on top0

    When they clashed in the league at White Hart Lane, the former student Frank Lampard had the tactical beating of his old mentor Jose Mourinho. It happened again at Stamford Bridge, where Lampard’s 3-4-2-1 formation worked a treat with Olivier Giroud (still smarting after his ‘goal’ was ruled offside against Manchester United on Monday) had

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  • Not a fortress, a food bank

    Not a fortress, a food bank0

    Never mind the football! All 81,008 eyes (slightly fewer, if there were any one-eyed fans present) were on the giant screens rather than the action as an inordinate amount of Monday night’s Chelsea v Man Utd match was spent waiting for VAR official Chris Kavanagh and his assistant, Sian Massey-Ellis, to determine: a) if Chelsea

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  • Chelsea backs mental health plea

    Chelsea backs mental health plea0

    Chelsea Women’s next two weekends are dedicated to raising awareness of a problem that affects so many young men and women… mental health crises. The Heads Up campaign, launched by Prince William, is being backed by Chelsea Women as they travel to Manchester this weekend to play Man Utd in the league, and when they

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  • Blues grind out a point

    Blues grind out a point0

    In the end, it was Brendan Rodgers, the Leicester manager, who was most disappointed at the final whistle as the duel against Chelsea, the club where he helped develop many of today’s youth stars, ended in a 2-2 draw. It means that in 14 meetings at the helm of different clubs, Rodgers has still not

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  • Chelsea draw feels like loss

    Chelsea draw feels like loss0

    The pivotal moment in this tense, all-action London derby at the Bridge between Chelsea and Arsenal. David Luiz, in his first time back at his former home as a Gooner, is sent off with less than half an hour on the clock. His rash challenge on striker Tammy Abraham meant that ref Stuart Attwell showed

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