1. Chelsea Transfer Rumours and News Tracker: Week of September 22

    The transfer window has closed, but that doesn't mean speculation surrounding potential signings will end. If anything, it's going to intensify ahead of January, building to a crescendo when the window eventually reopens in the new year...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 1 day ago 10,998 reads 5 comments

  2. Frank Lampard Goal Is Painful, but Chelsea Must Not Regret Letting Him Go

    Super, super Fra —oh wait, it was at the wrong end and in the wrong shade of blue! Frank Lampard 's first goal for Manchester City had to come against Chelsea . It just had to...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 2 days ago 4,544 reads 17 comments

  3. Picking a Combined Manchester City-Chelsea XI

    When Manchester City and Chelsea take to the field on Sunday at the Etihad Stadium, the Premier League will once again witness two of the most expensively assembled teams in English football history coming together...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 3 days ago 13,756 reads 95 comments

  4. Grading the Chelsea Players on Their Champions League Performance vs. Schalke

    Despite a dominant performance, Chelsea drew their opening game of the new Champions League campaign this week, finishing up 1-1 with Schalke...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 6 days ago 5,678 reads 11 comments

  5. Chelsea Draw, but Fabregas and Hazard Display Against Schalke Is Major Positive

    STAMFORD BRIDGE, LONDON — In the immediate aftermath of Chelsea ’s draw with Schalke in their Champions League opener, Jose Mourinho , his players and the Blues fans were rightly disappointed...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 6 days ago 5,804 reads 15 comments

  6. Chelsea's Eden Hazard Must Dazzle in Champions League to Become Generation Great

    Jose Mourinho is cutting a far more relaxed figure these days. "The first point to compare is the size," he joked when asked by a journalist if Eden Hazard can ever reach the ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 7 days ago 4,138 reads 28 comments

  7. Why 2014/15 Champions League Is Best Chance Yet for Jose Mourinho's Chelsea

    We're only four games into the Premier League season, and the signs are already looking ominous for Chelsea 's rivals...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 8 days ago 8,613 reads 28 comments

  8. Chelsea Transfer Rumours and News Tracker: Week of September 15

    The transfer window has closed, but that doesn't mean speculation surrounding potential signings will end. If anything, it's going to intensify ahead of January, building to a crescendo when the window eventually reopens in the new year...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 8 days ago 12,247 reads 4 comments

  9. 10 Reasons for Chelsea Fans to Love Diego Costa

    Gone are Chelsea 's problems in attack; Diego Costa has arrived on the scene. Since moving to the Premier League, the Spaniard has made the transformation from Spanish football look easy...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 9 days ago 10,573 reads 8 comments

  10. Diego Costa Finally Gives Roman Abramovich the Attacking Team He's Craved

    STAMFORD BRIDGE, LONDON—For all the soundbites he enjoys bestowing upon the media, there are times when Jose Mourinho attempts to avoid headlines. After beating Swansea City 4-2 at Stamford Bridge, this was surprisingly one of them...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 10 days ago 29,689 reads 90 comments

  11. Jose Mourinho's Denial of Cristiano Ronaldo Rumours Shows Chelsea Complete

    It says a lot about a manager's state of mind when he won't even entertain the thought of having Cristiano Ronaldo in his team...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 11 days ago 15,506 reads 16 comments

  12. Chelsea Should Follow England's Lead by Making Gary Cahill Vice-Captain

    For Gary Cahill , the past two-and-a-half years have been eventful. For the right reasons. Facing a relegation scrap with Bolton Wanderers , he joined Chelsea in January 2012 for just £7 million...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 12 days ago 5,550 reads 11 comments

  13. Thibaut Courtois' 5-Year Deal Is Surely the End for Petr Cech at Chelsea

    Thibaut Courtois has signed a new five-year contract at Chelsea , meaning he will remain at Stamford Bridge until at least 2019. Chelsea announced the news on the official club website on Thursday...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 12 days ago 10,888 reads 29 comments

  14. Cesc Fabregas and the New Breed of Generals for Jose Mourinho's Chelsea

    During Jose Mourinho's first spell in charge of Chelsea , it didn't take long for the manager to work out who his most vital players would be...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 13 days ago 18,218 reads 14 comments

  15. How Chelsea Would Cope Without Injured Striker Diego Costa vs. Swansea City

    Diego Costa's recent hamstring troubles say a lot about the progress made at Chelsea in recent times. In fact, in a roundabout way, his injury concerns are a contradiction...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 14 days ago 22,555 reads 29 comments

  16. Why Gary Cahill and England Do Not Warrant Criticism

    On the back of the 2006 World Cup, departing England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson had a message for the English media. "Don't kill [ Wayne Rooney ] because you will need him," he pleaded, per BBC Sport ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 15 days ago 1,356 reads 7 comments

  17. Loic Remy: 'I Cannot Wait to Work with Jose Mourinho at Chelsea'

    Loic Remy says he's excited after signing for Chelsea . The French striker joined the Blues shortly before the summer transfer window closed and admits that playing for Jose ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 15 days ago 9,656 reads 7 comments

  18. Chelsea Transfer Rumours and News Tracker: Week of September 8

    The transfer window closed last week, but it doesn't mean the speculation on potential signings will end. If anything, it's going to intensify ahead of January, building to a crescendo when the window eventually reopens...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 15 days ago 11,559 reads 10 comments

  19. 10 Things We Learned from Chelsea's 2014 Summer Transfer Window

    The summer transfer window closed this week, bringing to an end weeks of speculation and conjecture. Managers and their clubs scrambled to get deals over the line on transfer deadline ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 18 days ago 8,711 reads 23 comments

  20. Is Being Chelsea's No. 2 Already Impacting Petr Cech's Form?

    Petr Cech has faced some challenges in his time at Chelsea , but the emergence of Thibaut Courtois seems to be the biggest one yet. From being No. 1 for a decade, this summer he has found that reputations count for very little...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 19 days ago 5,755 reads 5 comments

  21. Winners and Losers from International Friendlies on September 3

    Domestic football has taken a break for the next fortnight as international football returns. The World Cup finished less than two months ago, but with Euro 2016 qualifiers and other ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 20 days ago 124,307 reads 65 comments

  22. Ramires and the Players Chelsea Should Have Sold in Transfer Window

    A total of 36 players departed Stamford Bridge this summer—10 permanently, while the remaining 26 went out on loan to teams across Europe...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 21 days ago 33,223 reads 75 comments

  23. Loic Remy's Chelsea Move Shows the Blues' Improved Transfer Policy

    Jose Mourinho has every reason for feeling happy with himself right now. It's not because Chelsea are sitting top of the Premier League going into the international break: ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 22 days ago 4,382 reads 12 comments

  24. Chelsea Summer Transfer Deadline Tracker 2014: List of Moves and Rumours

    It's transfer deadline, so strap yourselves in, sit back and enjoy the ride. As ever, the day the summer transfer window closes is expected to be one of thrills, shocks and fun, ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 23 days ago 8,229 reads 10 comments

  25. Josh McEachran and 9 Chelsea Youngsters Who Never Made the Grade

    The spotlight is on Chelsea 's academy more than ever right now. Having won the FA Youth Cup three times in the last five seasons, the Blues are beginning to dominate youth football in England in much the same way the senior team hopes to do again...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 23 days ago 2,999 reads 1 comments