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  • 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,

  • Terriers muzzled in the chill

    Terriers muzzled in the chill0

    If it’s Yorkshire grit v Southern softies, this really shouldn’t have been any contest on a cold, miserable night in Huddersfield… but the Blues never cease to surprise. After a dire display against West Ham at the weekend, Chelsea bounced back to beat the Terriers 3-1, turning on the style with a masterclass in flicks,

  • Clockwatchers beat Dozers

    Clockwatchers beat Dozers0

    In one of the season’s most masterful displays of running down the clock, West Ham managed to cling on to a sixth-minute goal advantage for a whopping 91 minutes of normal and extra time to win three crucial points and effectively end any lingering hopes that Chelsea had of retaining the title. David Moyes’ Hammers,

  • Give us Turkey for Christmas!

    Give us Turkey for Christmas!0

    Chelsea’s dream selection in Monday’s Champions League draw is to get Turkey for Christmas. Specifically, Besiktas. It looks like the least perplexing option when you consider the two alternatives…  Barcelona or Paris Saint-Germain. “If you want to go through and be a protagonist in this tournament, you must be ready to face every team,” said Tony

  • Agoraphobics beware!

    Agoraphobics beware!0

    Saturday’s West Ham v Chelsea lunchtime timing suits the Met, but won’t help agoraphobics. The vast, yawning bowl of the London Stadium holds little appeal to those prone to panic attacks triggered by wide-open spaces. Most will enter the echoey cauldron anticipating a Blues victory, but the Irons aren’t merely desperate for top-flight survival, they

  • Hazard excels in Toon defeat0

    Eden Hazard may have been man of the match in the Blues’ lunchtime defeat of Newcastle, but the back-to-fitness Victor Moses and the back-to-form Danny Drinkwater were also stand-out participants. The Toon Army outsang Chelsea for the entire game, but on the field the Blues outplayed the Magpies and, in the end, a 3-1 scoreline

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