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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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  • You don’t know what you’re doing

    You don’t know what you’re doing0

    With the kind of logic only Chelsea FC’s board understands, Frank Lampard was allowed to steer his team to last 16 of the FA Cup on Sunday, then sacked. The latest banner to be unfurled and suspended at Stamford Bridge – flapping in the icy air as the Blues beat Luton Town 3-1 – read:

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  • Frantastic display at Reading

    Frantastic display at Reading0

    Chelsea Women can go top when – Covid permitting – they host Manchester United at Kingsmeadow on Sunday. It follows a majestic Madejski show against Reading, with Fran Kirby scoring four of the Blues’ five goals without reply, leaving the champions second in the table. “While Fran scored four goals, and four brilliant goals, it

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  • Heavens above! Frank seeks help

    Heavens above! Frank seeks help0

    Four points from five games, and Frank Lampard is under pressure and looking upwards for answers. Monday’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa at the Bridge was simply not good enough after defeat to Arsenal on Boxing Day, and the Blues are on the slide. Now the second wave of Covid is washing fixtures away, and

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  • Gunners win, Blues flop

    Gunners win, Blues flop0

    Chelsea were never going to win the Boxing Day derby against demoralised Arsenal… they had neither the hunger nor the eagerness, nor the pace, and it was clear – from the opening moments – that the Gunners were finally going to end their dismal downward spiral and gain three much-needed points… their first home win

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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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