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  • Insults fly at Chelsea

    Insults fly at Chelsea0

    You started it! No, you started it! As a 54-year-old Austrian traded insults with a 48-year-old German on the touchline at Stamford Bridge, Ralph Hassenhuttl and Thomas Tuchel’s deputies also joined in, barking abuse across the divide during the League Cup clash on Tuesday night while fourth official Graham Scott tried to act as the

  • A match that had the lot

    A match that had the lot0

    It’s rare that a match has everything – goals, near misses, red and yellow cards, a penalty, reverberating woodwork, VAR drama… and horizontal rain. But last weekend’s monsoon-soaked clash between Chelsea and Southampton will live long in the memory as every box was ticked. It’s just as well that there’s another international break this weekend.

  • Saints fans, keep your cash

    Saints fans, keep your cash0

    Spare a thought for Chelsea’s programme sellers, who are left with boxfuls of unsold £3.50 souvenir mags… because Stamford Bridge has gone cashless. Even in last weekend’s important clash against Man City, as the European champs faced the English champs, many programmes failed to shift as baffled away fans offered coins and fivers, only to

  • Going back to her roots

    Going back to her roots0

    Keeping a large squad happy is proving such a challenge for Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes that she’s turned to her hairdresser for help. With so many quality players to choose from, the problem is the morale of the ones left out of the team, rather than the ones featuring regularly. “Look at my grey

  • Another home shocker

    Another home shocker0

    Another home shocker for Chelsea on Boxing Day… and another trail of angrily torn-up tickets between the stadium and Fulham Broadway station. All you can do is laugh. Nottingham Forest, who visit in the FA Cup shortly, will be packing a case of prosecco in the boot of their coach – it’s that easy to

  • 3-4-2-1? Wait and see!

    3-4-2-1? Wait and see!0

    You’ll have to wait and see whether Chelsea use the 3-4-2-1 formation that ambushed Jose Mourinho last weekend, or stick to a 4-2-3-1 that has been employed for most of this eventful season, when the Saints come marching in to Stamford Bridge or when the Blues head to the Emirates on Sunday. Blues manager Frank

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