1. Late Fernando Torres Double Sees Off Limp and Lifeless Chelsea

    A late Fernando Torres double saw off a poor Chelsea side and kept Liverpool on the heels of league leaders Manchester United.The Spanish striker struck twice in quick succession after Frank Lampard was harshly sent off for Chelsea...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 209 reads 6 comments

  2. Michael Ballack and Frank Lampard Secure Nervy Chelsea's Progress

    The 3-1 score line betrays what a close game this was. Chelsea may have ran out 3-1 winners over Ipswich, but for a large part of the game it looked as if a replay was on the cards...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 247 reads 2 comments

  3. Resolute Stoke City Finally Succumb to Chelsea Onslaught

    Juliano Beletti and Frank Lampard both scored in a frantic final few minutes to hand Chelsea an unlikely 2-1 victory against Stoke City...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 177 reads 9 comments

  4. Frank Lampard Prepares for Another Milestone with Chelsea

    When Frank Lampard steps out onto the Stamford Bridge turf tomorrow afternoon against Stoke, he will hit another significant milestone. It will be his 400th appearance for the Blues since his arrival from West Ham United for £11 million in 2001...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 309 reads 3 comments

  5. Ray Wilkins "Disappointed" with Continued Set Piece Fragility

    Chelsea assistant manager Ray Wilkins is "disappointed" Chelsea conceded another goal from a set piece during last night's 4-1 win over Southend in the FA Cup...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 101 reads 3 comments

  6. Kak√° Deal "Very Close" To Being Completed

    Could this really happen? According to Mark Bowen, Manchester City's assistant manager, a deal to bring Kaká to Eastlands is "very close" to completion...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 407 reads 7 comments

  7. Southend-Chelsea: Second-Half Blitz Downs Dogged Shrimpers

    From the outset it appeared as if this game had all the makings of a classic FA Cup upset. Southend fought for every ball and were roared on by a vociferous home crowd, who cheered every corner and tackle won as a goal...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 140 reads 4 comments

  8. Didier Drogba Dropped for Chelsea's Cup Replay

    Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has paid the price for his horror show against Manchester United at the weekend. He has been dropped from the Chelsea squad for the FA Cup Third Round replay against Southend this evening...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 156 reads 2 comments

  9. Luiz Felipe Scolari Accepts Culpability for Defeat, Seeks to Unite Squad

    Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari has accepted responsibility for Sunday's debacle against Manchester United, and called on his players to unite and move forward...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 126 reads 0 comments

  10. Chelsea-Manchester United: Dismal Blues Torn Apart By Rampaging Red Devils

    Manchester United kick started their title challenge with a comprehensive 3-0 win over a very poor Chelsea side this afternoon...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 422 reads 33 comments

  11. Chelsea's Luiz Felipe Scolari Approaches Manchester United Test in Upbeat Mood

    Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari was unequivocal in setting out his aim for Sunday’s clash against Manchester United at Old Trafford at a press conference this afternoon.“We need to win," said the Brazilian...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 242 reads 3 comments

  12. Maturing Michael Mancienne Takes Stock of Time with Chelsea

    If you were to ask Chelsea’s young central defender Michael Mancienne—who turned 21 today—what would be his ideal birthday present, he’d probably start pining for a first team debut...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 271 reads 1 comments

  13. John Terry Sad To See Wayne Bridge Go

    John Terry has spoken of his 'shock' and 'disappointment' at seeing Wayne Bridge leave Chelsea. Bridge signed for Mark Hughes' Manchester City in a deal believed to be worth up to £12 million last week...

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  14. Scott Sinclair Signed by Birmingham City on Loan from Chelsea

    Chelsea winger Scott Sinclair has joined Championship outfit Birmingham City on a one-month loan deal.The 19-year-old is expected to make his debut for the club against Blackpool on Saturday...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 160 reads 4 comments

  15. Chelsea-Southend United: Last-Gasp Clarke Punishes Wasteful Chelsea

    Peter Clarke produced a 90th minute equaliser for Southend to earn them a shock FA Cup Third Round replay with Chelsea.The defender nodded in from a long throw to level the score after Salomon Kalou had put the home side ahead with a first half header...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 307 reads 3 comments

  16. Wayne Bridge Departure a Prudent Piece Of Business By Chelsea

    Viewed from a purely financial perspective, the transfer of Wayne Bridge to Manchester City from Chelsea seems like a great piece of business...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 523 reads 3 comments

  17. Chelsea Starlets Set To Be Handed Cup Chance

    A number of Chelsea youngsters could be given the chance to impress in tomorrow's FA Cup Third Round tie against Southend at Stamford Bridge...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 296 reads 8 comments

  18. Manchester City Set for Wayne Bridge Capture

    Manchester City are on the verge of signing Chelsea left back Wayne Bridge after the two clubs agreed a transfer fee, believed to be in the region of £12 million...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 117 reads 7 comments

  19. Didier Drogba Remains Coy about Future

    Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has refused to be drawn on his future, saying that he will let himself be "carried by events." The Ivorian striker, 30, made the remarks in an interview with France Football Magazine...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 97 reads 2 comments

  20. Luiz Felipe Scolari Needs To Carry The Can Going Into The New Year

    As the season reaches its halfway point, Alan McGuinness assesses Chelsea’s season so far and examines some problems that have began to emerge as the season has progressed...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 184 reads 7 comments

  21. Clint Dempsey Double Pegs Chelsea Back

    Clint Dempsey headed in a late equaliser for Fulham to dent Chelsea’s title hopes heading into 2009.Fulham had taken the lead early in the first half from a free kick, Dempsey knocking in the first of his two goals from close range...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 170 reads 6 comments

  22. Lacklustre Chelsea Do Enough To Dispatch Baggies

    First-half goals from Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard ensured Chelsea beat West Brom 2-0 at Stamford Bridge this afternoon to keep pace with Liverpool at the top of the Premier League...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 141 reads 2 comments

  23. Luiz Felipe Scolari Accepts John Terry's Dismissal

    After Monday's 0-0 draw with Everton, Luiz Felipe Scolari refused to speak to the media. But after some time to reflect and ponder events at Goodison Park, he has given his thoughts in an exclusive interview on Chelsea TV...

    Alan McGuinness Written by Alan McGuinness about almost 6 years ago 154 reads 1 comments

  24. Committed Terry Left To Count The Cost

    Chelsea will be second in the table on Christmas morning, and will also have to negotiate the rest of the festive period without their skipper, John Terry...

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  25. Terry Sees Red As Chelsea Toil at Goodison

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