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  • The kids are alright

    The kids are alright0

    When it comes to Chelsea, the kids are alright. Everyone knows that Frank Lampard and assistant Jody Morris are building something special at Stamford Bridge, but the Blues’ 4-0 defeat of (an admittedly lacklustre and plodding) Everton made a few more converts among the neutrals. Chelsea were 2-0 up after 21 minutes of Sunday afternoon’s

  • 7-1, now bring on Utd

    7-1, now bring on Utd0

    Every single player was changed for Chelsea’s League Cup clash with Grimsby Town on Wednesday night, and Mariners manager Michael Jolley must have been scratching his head about some of the names that appeared on the Blues’ side of the teamsheet (shown below). But the even-younger youngsters – the second tier of hopefuls now coming

  • The Dynamo’s running low

    The Dynamo’s running low0

    That’s him on the halfway line… Pedro. The one-man dynamo – no pun intended. Pedro ran Dynamo Kiev ragged on Thursday night, his nippy runs and jinks completely bamboozling the visitors. When the whistle blew for half-time, he could have had three, four or even five goals, such was his menace. Olivier Giroud was his

  • Extend his contract!

    Extend his contract!0

    What a difference three days make. The defeat in the League Cup final to Manchester City was overshadowed by insurrection as goalie Kepa refused to obey Morrie Sarri’s order to leave the pitch. But Wednesday night’s 2-0 victory over arch-rivals Spurs proved that the Blues can, when required, play together as a unit. Much more

  • Giving Cherries the bird0

    The Blues’ 100% start to the season – a statistic as unexpected as a lottery jackpot win – continues following a 2-0 victory against a determined Bournemouth at the Bridge… a game in which a lone pigeon summed up the south coast team’s resolve. The bird, which could probably best be described as unflappable, spent

  • A yawning, soporific 1-0

    A yawning, soporific 1-00

    Blue Santa hats were the fashion of the day as Chelsea ground out a 1-0 victory over Southampton at the Bridge, to keep their place among the also-rans behind sure-to-be champions Man City. For the Blues it was, at times, a frustrating afternoon. With Alvaro Morata on the bench after recovering from a back injury,

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