Having been marmalized in midweek by Bournemouth, Chelsea continued their yo-yoing displays with a comprehensive 5-0 victory over lowly Huddersfield at the Bridge. Even 'Mr Motivator' - Morrie Sarri - looked pleased with the display by the time ref Paul Tierney blew the final whistle. Having cold-shouldered his squad by refusing to travel back toREAD MORE
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way. Oh what fun it was to watch Chelsea win away. Just a shame they couldn't do it at home too, against Leicester. It means that the Blues have a devil of a fight on their hands to claw back ground against runaway Liverpool, limp-along Man City andREAD MORE
A standing ovation as Eden Hazard returns from injury to replace Willian against Palace Morrie Sarri learnt a lot from Chelsea's 3-1 victory over a redoubtable Crystal Palace at the Bridge on Sunday as he experimented with a midfield shuffle. Some lessons were more obvious than others. Chelsea are much better with Eden Hazard thanREAD MORE
Yes, a win is a win. But Chelsea's 1-0 victory on Thursday night at the Bridge was a soporific win, an unconvincing win and a disappointing performance against a Hungarian side which had already struggled through eight pre-Europa League qualifiers to get where it is. That manager Morrie Sarri was forced to bring on EdenREAD MORE
Morrie Sarri talks up Chelsea's game ahead of the Liverpool match on Saturday A translator one side of him (though he barely needs one now) and a pink-shirted press officer the other, Morrie Sarri shared his thoughts on Eden Hazard, Liverpool and the universe ahead of Saturday's late-afternoon clash with Liverpool that could helpREAD MORE
Celebrating Eden Hazard's second goal on his way to a hat-trick v Cardiff The one-man creative spark for Chelsea, Eden Hazard, proved again against Cardiff City why he is the Blues' most valuable player and most coveted player, scoring a hat-trick and bamboozling the opposition in the sunshine in SW6. As the crowd roseREAD MORE
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