1. Arsenal's Title Push Has To Start at Liverpool

    After Chelsea's win over Arsenal this past weekend, the title focus has fallen to Chelsea and Manchester United . While Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger continues to offer excuses about his team's ...

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  2. John Terry Scandal: How Much Longer Will It Draw Attention?

    On Sunday afternoon, England manager Fabio Capello learned his team's Euro 2012 group mates.  However, the media in attendance in Warsaw were more keen to know where the England manager stood on the issue of John Terry...

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  3. Chelsea vs. Arsenal: London Derby Preview

    Arsenal and Chelsea will face off on Sunday at Stamford Bridge for, perhaps, the critical London derby of the season...

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  4. Patric Hornqvist Doubles as Nashville Predators Down the Colorado Avalanche

    The Nashville Predators and Colorado Avalanche met in Nashville on Thursday night to round out their series for this season. Coming into last night's game, Nashville had the season series lead, winning 2-of-3 against the young Colorado squad...

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  5. Could Terry's Time Be Coming To a Close?

    Chelsea and England captain John Terry believes it is unthinkable that his career will end without European and World Cup glory. As the current season unfolds, Terry finds his ultimate plan to be on track...

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  6. Roman Remains Committed To Blues Says Buck

    Chelsea fans everywhere have watched the team go through the past three Champions League and Premiership campaigns and wondered if the failure to acquire trophies would lead to the departure of team owner Roman Abramovich...

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  7. Chelsea Feel No More Pressure Than Usual Under Ancelotti

    From the transfer ban, to their hot start out of the gates, and lastly, the announcement of Peter Kenyon's departure, the club has experienced a roller coaster ride...

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  8. Stamford Bridge Isn't Falling Down: Chelsea's Early Season Review

    East African Business Week reported on September 14 that Chelsea owner, Roman Abrmoavich had attempted to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. He didn't quite make it...

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  9. Match Preview: Chelsea v. Sunderland

    Premier League football continues on Tuesday evening as Chelsea take on Sunderland at The Stadium of Light. This midweek match will likely serve as a test for the strength of The Black Cats lineup for the coming season...

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  10. Blues Bounce Back On Opening Day To Defeat Hull

    The 2009-2010 Barclay's Premier League season kicked off on Saturday afternoon when Hull traveled to Stamford Bridge to take on the Premier League's third place finishers from last season, Chelsea...

    Bela Trimmel Written by Bela Trimmel about almost 5 years ago 81 reads 7 comments

  11. A Wandering Bolton Shall Go: Bolton Vs. Chelsea Match Preview

    The last time Bolton faced Chelsea, things were slightly different for the boys in blue. Phil Scolari was still in charge and there was already speculation he could be dismissed before the end of the season...

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  12. Chelsea-Liverpool Preview: Fifth Verse Same as the First

    Birds are chirping and lions are starting to venture from their caves, as spring comes on. This Wednesday will see the resumption of the Champions League rivalry of Liverpool and Chelsea...

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  13. The Fredy Montero Incident: Good For The MLS Or Not?

    *Let it be known, that this article is not an attempt to slander Mr. Montero or his accuser. I hope that this situation works itself out in short order and that if Mr. Montero is guilty, that he recieves the punishment for it...

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  14. Chelsea To Expand Asian Influence In The Premier League

    John Terry has been one of the most iconic players in England for the last decade, and while the tides are slowly turning, it doesn't seem as though English football is doing much to expand its base of UK players...

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  15. Wenger Fears That Terrorists Could Target Football

    While the Gunners of Arsenal wrapped up an exhilarating Champions League between Roma on Wednesday on penalties, their coach, Arsene Wenger, feels that there may be other guns directed toward the Emirates...

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  16. Edwin Van Der Sar Strains His Back Against Newcastle

    Goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar was seen exiting a Manchester hospital on Thursday afternoon after having arrived there earlier that morning...

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  17. Hiddink Is Big Where It Counts or Why the Blues Manager Is Like Jose

    Since arriving at Stamford Bridge a little under a month ago, Gus Hiddink has been off to a marvelous start. His team has fought back to the second place spot in the Premiership and are looking ...

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  18. Chelsea-Portsmouth: Slippery Conditions Slide The Blues To Victory

    When I began to play football on a more consistent basis around three years ago, I constantly had an image in my head of a rain soaked pitch and the often gunmetal grey skies of England every match day...

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  19. Who Do You Support: A Look at Charities Devoted to the Beautiful Game

    As the year draws to an end and we turn to our holiday get togethers and our New Year's resolutions, some of us may hear of our friends who make a yearly donation to a charity...

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  20. Roman Abramovich to Cease Backing the Blues

    Chelsea went through to the knockout stages of the Champions League today with a win over Cluj. With talent running thin and injured, many were wondering the Blues would make it out of group play at all...

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  21. Will Stamford Bridge Be Falling Down?: Chelsea VS. Cluj

    With the final set of group play fixtures on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, it is crunch time for Chelsea. The Blues need nothing short of a win in their match at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, or they will likely fall to a UEFA cup spot...

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  22. "I Can't Afford To Wax My Chest Anymore" Says Ronaldo

    With the worlds economies bracing for what is going to be a financially unstable winter, we are learning that even the multi- millionaire footballers of Europe are having hard times...

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  23. Football and the Global Credit Crisis: A Snapshot

    Many aspects go together to make football one of the most loved sports in the world. Three of the largest tenants of the game are the fans, the clubs, and the players, but with the current global ...

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  24. Drogba "Will Be Going No Where In January," Says Kenyon

    Peter Kenyon told the BBC earlier this week that Chelsea have no major plans for the January transfer window. "Most of the players we would go after are usually cup tied during the window," he said...

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  25. Does the Manager Truly Matter at the Top Level?

    With their most recent draw in the books, Chelsea manager, Luiz Felipe Scolari, stated on Wednesday evening that if his side draw to Cluj, he should return to Brazil...

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