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  • Hornets swatted… eventually

    Hornets swatted… eventually0

    As stalwart defender Gary Cahill pulls his shirt on to enter the field of play as a sub in the dying moments of the last home game of the season - a rare and utterly un-Sarrilike gesture from a manager not given to sentiment whatsoever - it's a strange moment for Chelsea's No24, wearing theREAD MORE
  • I’m so proud of Daddy!

    I’m so proud of Daddy!0

    Leo Cahill - son of Chelsea defender Gary - swings from the chairs as he, sister Freya and mum Gemma wait in the press lounge at the final whistle after Chelsea's last home game on Sunday afternoon - a 3-0 win over Watford. Leo was among a 20-strong gatthering of Wags and children standing byREAD MORE
  • Jingle bells, Chelsea win away

    Jingle bells, Chelsea win away0

    Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way. Oh what fun it was to watch Chelsea win away. Just a shame they couldn't do it at home too, against Leicester. It means that the Blues have a devil of a fight on their hands to claw back ground against runaway Liverpool, limp-along Man City andREAD MORE
  • The ambulance chasers

    The ambulance chasers0

    The games come thick and fast as Ferraris fight for space with ambulances in the players’ car park at Cobham. We saw it last season, and we appear to be witnessing it again this one. When it’s backs-to-the-wall time, the Blues suddenly rouse themselves. At 3-2 down to Roma at the Bridge, board members wrappedREAD MORE
  • The problem with derbies0

    When Glenn Hoddle was Chelsea's player-manager in 1994, he declared that the reason the Blues struggled to win the league was the sheer number of London derbies, each with their associated history, rivalry and bitterness. Hoddle argued that teams in Birmingham and Manchester had fewer grudge games, and were therefore better placed to mount seriousREAD MORE
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