1. Florent Malouda Agrees New Chelsea Contract

    Chelsea winger Florent Malouda has agreed terms on a new four-year deal. The Frenchman, who had two years remaining on his current contract, is now contracted to the club until 2013...

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  2. Chelsea Set To Sign Manchester City's Daniel Sturridge

    Chelsea are set to make Manchester City striker Daniel Sturridge their first summer signing. The 19-year-old forward was out of contract at Eastlands this summer and turned down an offer of a new deal...

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  3. Chelsea 2-1 Everton: Lampard Gives Hiddink the Perfect Farewell

    As Guus Hiddink stood clasping the FA Cup on a sweltering May afternoon at Wembley Stadium, he could reflect on a job very well done. When he took charge of Chelsea in February, the club was in danger of going into free fall...

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  4. Sunderland Survives As Nicolas Anelka Picks Up the Golden Boot

    In the end, this defeat for Sunderland wasn’t as damaging as it could have been. Results elsewhere went in their favor to ensure that they will be playing Premier League football once again next season...

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  5. Arsenal 1-4 Chelsea: Clinical Blues Seal Third Spot

    Against Barcelona, you could accuse Chelsea of wasting their chances. Not today. Whereas on Wednesday night the Blues ultimately paid the price for their profligacy, at the Emirates Stadium this ...

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  6. Chelsea 3-1 Fulham: Blues Cruise Ahead of Barcelona

    Nicolas Anelka, Florent Malouda, and Didier Drogba all found the net as Chelsea comfortably beat neighbours Fulham ahead of their crucial Champions League semifinal second leg against Barcelona...

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  7. Cech's Heroics Cement Third Spot For Chelsea, Defeating West Ham, 1-0

    Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech’s lack of confidence has been there for all to see in recent weeks. Against both Bolton Wanderers and Liverpool the Czech international had many a Chelsea fans heads in their hands...

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  8. Stubborn Everton Extinguish Chelsea's Treble Hopes

    Didier Drogba rattled the bar as this stalemate reached its conclusion, but a late Chelsea winner would have been very harsh on Everton, who defended stoutly and could have snatched ...

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  9. Chelsea Defeats Arsenal: Familiar Foe Drogba Dashes Arsenal's Cup Dream

    Didier Drogba has been the scourge of Arsenal on so many occasions since he moved to Stamford Bridge from Marseille for £24 million in 2004, and so it proved again today...

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  10. Chelsea 4-4 Liverpool: Blues Dispatch Reds in a European Classic

    Football: bloody hell. Those words, uttered by Sir Alex Ferguson after Manchester United’s incredible comeback against Bayern Munich in the 1999 Champions League Final, have hardly been more apt...

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  11. Bruce Buck: Guus Hiddink Will Leave Chelsea at Season's End

    Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has confirmed that temporary manager Guus Hiddink will not be extending his stay at the club beyond the end of this season...

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  12. Liverpool Look for Hope Ahead of Second Leg

    Liverpool have a massive mountain to climb after the shock 3-1 defeat inflicted on them by Chelsea in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinal last week. That fact is absolutely clear...

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  13. Liverpool 1-3 Chelsea: Blues' Blitzkrieg Stuns Reds

    This was a game that didn’t just defy expectations, it blew them to pieces. Chelsea stunned Liverpool with three away goals in this quarterfinal first leg, to take a massive stride towards the last four of the Champions League...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about over 5 years ago 194 reads 1 comments

  14. Tottenham 1-0 Chelsea: Modric Delivers Knockout Blow To Blues' Title Hopes

    Luka Modric struck a second half winner to give Tottenham a deserved victory that deals a massive blow to Chelsea’s title hopes...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 430 reads 11 comments

  15. Chelsea-Manchester City: Irrepressible Michael Essien Keeps the Fire Burning

    Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has bemoaned the fact that he has been able to call upon Fernando Torres only sporadically throughout the season, and argues that Liverpool would be in an even ...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 284 reads 5 comments

  16. Juventus-Chelsea: Aggrieved Didier Drogba Has the Last Laugh

    It has been an ongoing debate in football for many years. The calls for goal line technology looked set to gain fresh impetus as an exasperated Didier Drogba claimed he had beaten Gianluigi ...

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  17. Coventry 0-2 Chelsea: Blues Cruise Into FA Cup Semifinals

    The memory of 1987, when Coventry beat Tottenham 3-2 to lift the FA Cup, was conjured up by Coventry manager Chris Coleman in the run up to this quarter final clash to spur his side on to create a cup upset of similar proportions...

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  18. Drogba Keeps Up Scoring Touch to Keep Blues on United's Heels

    The Daily Mirror indulged in some Photoshop work on its back page this morning, planting Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink’s face onto that of Kevin Keegan’s, stating he would ...

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  19. Chelsea 2-1 Wigan: Lightning Strikes Twice To Keep Blues In Title Hunt

    When Frank Lampard smashed home the winning goal against Stoke last month to complete a miraculous comeback, the turnaround looked set to be a pivotal moment in the Blues’ so far faltering season...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 76 reads 2 comments

  20. Aston Villa 0-1 Chelsea: Guus Hiddink's Golden Touch Rejuvenates Blues

    In the build up to this vital clash, Aston Villa manager Martin O’Neill said that Chelsea had to beat his side to stand any chance of winning the title...

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  21. Watford 1-3 Chelsea: Quick-Fire Anelka Steadies Blues

    After a week dominated by the latest bout of managerial turmoil in West London, the focus was switched back to matters on the pitch...

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  22. The "Special One" Still Looms Large Over Crisis Ridden Stamford Bridge

    One clear conclusion that can be drawn from the sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari after just 7 months in charge at Chelsea is that Jose Mourinho’s shadow still looms large over Stamford Bridge...

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  23. Chelsea-Hull City: Dogged Tigers Deepen Luiz Felipe Scolari's Mire

    The Chelsea fans massed inside Stamford Bridge made their feelings very clear after they saw their draw 0-0 with Hull City this afternoon...

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  24. Ricardo Quaresma Prepares for Chelsea Debut as Petr Cech Pulls Out

    Luiz Felipe Scolari could hand Ricardo Quaresma his Chelsea debut against Hull City at Stamford Bridge tomorrow afternoon...

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  25. ITV Takes Flak for Ad Gaffe

    As the tense encounter between Everton and Liverpool edged ever closer to a penalty shootout, some viewers of the game were given a very unwelcome surprise...

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