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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

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  • At last, a win & clean sheet

    At last, a win & clean sheet0

    A first home win in the league felt good to Blues manager Frank Lampard... but just as good was that clean sheet. Whether Chelsea have found their ideal back line after Saturday afternoon's 2-0 victory over Brighton remains debatable, but the relief was there for all to see as the defence left the pitch withREAD MORE
  • Willian brace = FA delight

    Willian brace = FA delight0

    On a weekend when big names tumbled and FA Cup surprises seemed more frequent than predictable outcomes, Sheffield Wednesday succumbed to Chelsea's superiority in a game where the biggest talking point was VAR. The remote replay checking system was in operation at Stamford Bridge for the Owls' visit, although the curious lottery of some matchesREAD MORE
  • It’s clicking for Ross0

    Everything's clicking for Ross Barkley, a player transformed from the injury-prone 'maybe man' released by Everton in January this year for what now looks like a bargain £15million. Strong, keen and almost clairvoyant in his anticipation of moves, he looks a natural in Chelsea's squad... evidenced by his pivotal role in the Blues' overwhelming displayREAD MORE
  • Yellow sub routine0

    Sometimes it just isn't thrilling. Chelsea did a workmanlike job in Greece against PAOK Salonika, but the 1-0 win wasn't in the 'convincing' bracket, and while the Blues dominated most of the match, the failure to score a second goal led to an edgy last 15 minutes. Worse, Pedro - a lively spark in theREAD MORE
  • Bring on Barca and Leicester!

    Bring on Barca and Leicester!0

    Chelsea's 2-1 victory against stuttering Crystal Palace at the weekend was just the tonic the team needed ahead of the Champions League game at Barcelona in midweek, following defeats against the two Manchester sides. Olivier Giroud had an excellent game for the Blues on Saturday, and was desperately unlucky not to score - striking theREAD MORE
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