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  • Where’s Kepa? Found him!

    Where’s Kepa? Found him!0

    Chelsea’s 2-2 draw against Bournemouth, which further tightens life for the Blues at the top of the Premier League as the team clings to the all-important fourth place, means it is now five matches on the trot that goalie Kepa Arrizabalaga has been left on the bench. There wouldn’t be an issue for manager Frank

  • I’m a good bet, says Kepa0

    He came across as a well-grounded, measured, thoughtful and mature young man. The 23-year-old Kepa Arrizabalaga was unveiled as the Blues’ new first-choice keeper at Stamford Bridge this afternoon, giving a strong, confident display in front of a school of sharks in the press lounge beneath the east stand. Helped by a Spanish interpreter –

  • Stitched up like a Kepa!0

    It’s been all change on the goalkeeping front at Stamford Bridge in a hectic few days of high-level negotiation and splurging, with young Spanish international Kepa Arrizabalaga arriving from Athletic Bilbao for an eye-watering £71.6million, bolshy beanpole Thibaut Courtois being sold to Real Madrid after failing to report back for training, and ancient mariner Rob

  • “Three months” for transition0

    It’s going to take three months for Chelsea to get into their stride, predicts new boss Morrie Sarri, after an animated touchline display on Tuesday night in which he paced back and forwards like the man in the condemned cell awaiting execution. Chelsea beat Lyon 5-4 on penalties – Eden Hazard scoring the winner after

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