1. 5 Questions Chelsea Fans Would Love to Ask Roman Abramovich

    Roman Abramovich has been the Chelsea owner for over a decade now. Since 2003 he has invested significantly in the club to propel the Blues among European football's elite, ushering in an era of unprecedented success...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 8 hours ago 9,064 reads 17 comments

  2. Jose Mourinho Must Use 'Disgrace' of Bradford Loss to Spur Chelsea to Success

    LONDON — The quadruple is dead. Long live the dream. Chelsea crashed out of the FA Cup on Saturday, losing 4-2 to League 1 Bradford City in dramatic circumstances...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 1 day ago 8,589 reads 59 comments

  3. Bradford Are Unlikely Tip of Make-or-Break Week for Chelsea and Jose Mourinho

    Chelsea 's Cobham training ground has a sign at the entrance instructing fans to not congregate there. "Players will not sign autographs," it reads...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 2 days ago 2,923 reads 7 comments

  4. Juan Cuadrado Transfer Link Is Worrying Sign for Chelsea Youth Development

    It's a statement that may well come back to haunt Jose Mourinho . "My conscience tells me that if, for example, [Lewis] Baker, [Izzy] Brown, and [Dominic] Solanke are not national ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 3 days ago 7,792 reads 38 comments

  5. Why Eden Hazard's Winning Mentality Is the Chelsea Midfielder's Biggest Strength

    Eden Hazard has been one of the stars of Chelsea this season, but the diminutive Belgian isn't getting carried away with himself...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 5 days ago 5,562 reads 10 comments

  6. Chelsea in Control of Capital One Cup Semi-Final with Liverpool

    Ignore the post-match statistics; they don't tell the story. The amount of possession Liverpool had compared to Chelsea in the first leg of this Capital One Cup semi-final is meaningless, their number of shots on goal even more so...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 5 days ago 3,946 reads 56 comments

  7. Chelsea Transfer Rumours and News Tracker: Week of January 19

    The winter transfer window is upon us. And inevitably, the rumour mill is in full swing. Chelsea are among the clubs being linked with high-profile moves for some of Europe's finest talents while some stars of their own are catching attention...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 6 days ago 14,424 reads 18 comments

  8. Why Chelsea Can't Afford Defeat to Liverpool in Capital One Cup Semi-Final

    History repeats itself; first as tragedy, second as farce. A decade on and here we are once more, preparing for a major semi-final between Chelsea and Liverpool ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 6 days ago 12,179 reads 22 comments

  9. Complete Analysis of Cesc Fabregas' First 6 Months at Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho was purring after watching his Chelsea team defeat Swansea City 5-0 in the Premier League this weekend...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 7 days ago 12,655 reads 28 comments

  10. Can Anyone Live with Chelsea's Attacking Might After Swansea City Thumping?

    Just when Jose Mourinho needed a performance from his players he got one, as Chelsea ran amok at the Liberty Stadium, thrashing Swansea City 5-0...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 8 days ago 30,449 reads 126 comments

  11. Jose Mourinho Heeding Lessons of January 2014 Transfer Window and Juan Mata Exit

    Jose Mourinho knows how to make the best out of a bad situation. All eyes were on the Chelsea boss when he took his pre-match press conference on Friday, the first time he ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 9 days ago 10,822 reads 15 comments

  12. Why Chelsea Must Not Allow Marco Reus Transfer to Slip Out of Their Grasp

    There are times when trophies aren't won on the pitch. Like it or not, what happens in the boardroom has just as much of an impact. Chelsea are proof of that. The past 12 months have seen the Blues act swiftly in the transfer market...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 10 days ago 13,358 reads 25 comments

  13. Why Chelsea Could Regret Missing out on Wilfried Bony Transfer

    When a striker is the leading goalscorer in any major league, heads inevitably turn. Wilfried Bony was the man who had that effect in the Premier League in 2014, and a mega-money ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 11 days ago 8,972 reads 36 comments

  14. Don't Be Fooled by the Stats, Oscar Still Has More to Do at Chelsea

    It's that time of year again. Christmas has been and gone, we're well into January—Oscar should be out of form and coasting to the summer. Shouldn't he? Read the stats and it's not the case...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 13 days ago 6,593 reads 30 comments

  15. Chelsea Transfer Rumours and News Tracker: Week of January 12

    The winter transfer window is upon us. Inevitably, the rumour mill is in full swing. Chelsea are among the clubs being linked with high-profile moves for some of Europe's finest talents, while some stars of their own are catching attention...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 13 days ago 11,036 reads 5 comments

  16. Why Andre Schurrle Is Under Most Pressure for Chelsea Following Newcastle Win

    Andre Schurrle's in a routine at present, but it's the worst possible kind. He's dropped, then put back on the bench, starts a game only to underperform, being hooked at half-time by Jose Mourinho , and then misses the next game...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 14 days ago 8,693 reads 8 comments

  17. Chelsea Unconvincing Against Newcastle but Show Killer Instinct with Win

    LONDON — Jose Mourinho was a no-show for his post-match press conference at Stamford Bridge, and for the first 42 minutes of this game against Newcastle United , his team did not turn up as well...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 15 days ago 13,740 reads 12 comments

  18. Is Jose Mourinho Adopting Another Siege Mentality at Chelsea?

    When Chelsea won the Premier League in 2005, it was very much Jose Mourinho and his players against the world. Roman Abramovich's cash injection had transformed the club from title also-rans to juggernauts...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 16 days ago 11,258 reads 20 comments

  19. 10 Things for Chelsea Fans to Look Forward to in 2015

    After being thumped 5-3 by Tottenham Hotspur on New Year's Day, Chelsea fans could be forgiven for thinking 2015 may well prove a year to forget...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 17 days ago 9,217 reads 14 comments

  20. Could Barcelona Striker Luis Suarez Really Make Transfer Move to Chelsea?

    For all the criticism levelled at Chelsea fans, they went some way to breaking their "plastic" tag when Rafa Benitez was appointed interim manager two years ago. Were the protests against his appointment correct? Not exactly...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 17 days ago 5,499 reads 11 comments

  21. Andrej Kramaric Transfer to Leicester Is a Warning Sign for Chelsea

    We've already seen Chelsea lose twice this season to wipe free the invincible tag with which the media had been quick to label Jose Mourinho's team...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 18 days ago 18,382 reads 27 comments

  22. Chelsea Transfer Rumours and News Tracker: Week of January 5

    The winter transfer window is upon us. Inevitably, the rumour mill is beginning to kick into gear. Chelsea are among the clubs being linked with high-profile moves for some ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 20 days ago 13,802 reads 13 comments

  23. How Willian Has Made Himself Indispensable to Jose Mourinho's Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho may have been sending mixed messages about Andre Schurrle on the back of Chelsea 's 3-0 win over Watford in the FA Cup, but there was no doubting his views on Willian...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 20 days ago 14,154 reads 56 comments

  24. Jose Mourinho Should Be Worried About Andre Schurrle's Chelsea Decline

    STAMFORD BRIDGE, LONDON — When Andre Schurrle looks back on 2014, it'll be a year defined by individual moments of brilliance from him that helped bring varying levels of success for club and country...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 21 days ago 25,227 reads 56 comments

  25. Best and Worst Chelsea FA Cup Performances Against Lower-League Sides Since 1990

    The new year is here, and as tradition dictates, the first weekend of January is all about the FA Cup . In keeping with the romance of the world's oldest cup competition, plenty ...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 22 days ago 4,230 reads 1 comments