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  • Who’s the more frustrated?

    Who’s the more frustrated?0

    It’s getting difficult to tell who is the most frustrated at an unsettled and restless Stamford Bridge… the manager (sent to the stands for venting his frustration at Easter Monday’s draw against Burnley) or the fans. Strolling back towards Putney across Eel Brook Common after this chaotic – but eminently watchable – 2-2 draw, the

  • Who saw that coming?0

    Chelsea turned on the style and gave Manchester City a footballing lesson in a dramatic and utterly unexpected victory at the Bridge as the reigning champions stumbled and fell. Few in the 40,571 were expecting a Blues win ahead of this 5.30pm kick-off match on Saturday, especially as Chelsea had lost two of their last

  • Blues’ blackout problem0

    Chelsea have a problem with ‘blackouts’, manager Morrie Sarri claims as he faces the toughest game of his career at Stamford Bridge – the visit of Manchester City on Saturday afternoon. Losing to Wolves in midweek was hardly the ideal preparation for a clash with his old pal and adversary Pep Guardiola – particularly as

  • Battle of Stamford Bridge0

    Oh, the irony! An equaliser – deep, deep into Fergietime – was the undoing of Manchester United at Stamford Bridge as Ross Barkley hammered home a goal in the sixth and final minute allotted by ref Mike Dean to compensate for a string of late and irritatingly protracted substitutions to deny the Reds a rare

  • Goalless contagion!0

      The goals have dried up for Chelsea Women… and now the problem has spread to the men as well. While the Blues men were drawing 0-0 with West Ham at the London Stadium, the women were drawing 0-0 against Everton at Southport’s ground. Goallessness is, it seems, contagious. It means that Chelsea Women have

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