1. Chelsea Weekly: A November To Forget

    The best news for Chelsea fans following the draw at St James' Park against Newcastle United on Sunday was: at least November's over for us now. It was truly what the Queen would describe as a 'mensis horribilis'...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about over 3 years ago 369 reads 0 comments

  2. Wilkinsgate: Ron Gourlay Needs To Come Clean To Chelsea Fans

    As Chelsea's woeful form continues following a loss to Birmingham City and the Ray Wilkins saga takes another turn, the question on Chelsea fans minds is simply: what exactly is ...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about over 3 years ago 1,157 reads 4 comments

  3. Chelsea Weekly: Living In Interesting Times

    There is an old Chinese proverb that states, "May you live in interesting times." This is far from a blessing, it is a curse. And sad to say, Chelsea have been living in interesting times for the past ten days...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about over 3 years ago 630 reads 1 comments

  4. Ray Wilkins Leaves Chelsea

    A lot of Chelsea fans have been left reeling by today's news that assistant manager, Ray 'Butch' Wilkins, is to leave Chelsea. The Chelsea board have chosen not to renew Wilkins contract and that he will leave the club with immediate effect...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about over 3 years ago 2,538 reads 10 comments

  5. Chelsea Weekly: Record Breakers

    Record Defending Since last writing this column, a lot has been happening. Chelsea have secured their position at the top of the Premier League and all but secured their place in the second round of the Champions League...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about over 3 years ago 824 reads 0 comments

  6. Petr Cech, Back To His Best Form For Chelsea

    In all competitions this season, Chelsea have scored 35 goals in 13 games. Whilst the attack has been rightly taking all the plaudits, what is being less well-documented is the meanest defence in the premier league...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about over 3 years ago 747 reads 9 comments

  7. Nicolas Anelka Scores 50th Chelsea Goal: Looking Back on the Wonderful Times

    When Nicolas Anelka rolled the ball into the bottom corner of the goal against Spartak Moscow on Tuesday night, it was his 50th goal scored in the Chelsea blue...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about over 3 years ago 567 reads 2 comments

  8. Chelsea Weekly: Back on Track

    What a Difference a Week Makes This time last week, following two defeats, all the talk was that Chelsea had been found out. Flat-track bullies who would crumble against stronger opposition...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 509 reads 0 comments

  9. Chelsea Weekly: You've Lost That Winning Feeling

    Double Knockout Who would have thought Chelsea would lose two games in a week? First, the Carling Cup tie against Newcastle United, then away at Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 555 reads 11 comments

  10. Chelsea Weekly: Making It Look Easy

    An Easy Start? Five games in to the season, and Chelsea have played five, won five, scored 21, and conceded just two. Fine form, I'm sure you'll agree. Unless of course, you're a non-Chelsea fan...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 485 reads 6 comments

  11. Chelsea Weekly: A Round-Up of All Things Chelsea

    The Joy of Six Chelsea hit six goals for the second successive week against Wigan Athletic to maintain their position at the top of the Premier League...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 526 reads 3 comments

  12. Following in the Footsteps of Spencer Austin: I Am Now a Spireite

    I have resolved that for this season I will follow a team until they lose. At that point my allegiance will switch to the side that beat them. First game in to my new season experiment and I already have a new club to follow...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 40 reads 0 comments

  13. EPL: How Chelsea Will Show Their Bouncebackability

    A disappointing preseason for Chelsea culminated in a 3-1 defeat to bitter rivals Manchester United in the Community Shield game at Wembley. Its fair to say the preparation for the new season hasn't gone well for Chelsea...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 468 reads 5 comments

  14. Following In The Footsteps Of Spencer Austin: I Am Now a Barnet Fan

    Being a football fan is great. That is undeniable. Football can bring people together, even if they support different teams, in a way no other sport is capable of. Sometimes though, you may want to try something a bit different...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 61 reads 0 comments

  15. Chelsea and the Community Shield

    The FA Community Shield match is now just one week away. The Community Shield (formerly the Charity Shield) is seen as being the curtain raiser for the new season. Chelsea's involvement with the trophy actually goes back further than many would suspect.

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 1,465 reads 0 comments

  16. Why Care About Friendlies?

    The World Cup is over, players are back from their holidays and the new season is just a few weeks away. As of now, we are right in the middle of what can be called "Friendly Season...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about almost 4 years ago 273 reads 2 comments

  17. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Chelsea's Players All Eliminated After Second Round

    While David Villa's goal for Spain ended Portugal's participation in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, it also signalled an end to Chelsea's representation in the tournament. It would have been a disappointing tournament for many...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 905 reads 2 comments

  18. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Ashley Cole Being Left Out On His Own

    The system England are currently using under Fabio Capello is not working. That seems under no dispute. So what is the problem? Is it simply just likes of Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard, ...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 543 reads 0 comments

  19. 10 Greatest World Cup Upsets

    In the long history of the FIFA World Cup, a total of 76 different nations have made an appearance. Only seven however, have had the good fortune to win it. A lot of sides are seemingly there just to make up numbers...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 4,191 reads 29 comments

  20. World Cup WAGs: Team Mexico

    Mexico have featured in 13 of the 18 World Cup tournaments. They have even hosted the tournament twice in 1970 and 1986. The team however, have never made it past the quarter-final stage...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 16,095 reads 2 comments

  21. History of England World Cup Singles

    For the first time since 1970, there will not be an official England World Cup song. This is a great pity for England fans as there have been some great England songs down the years, stirring great nostalgia amongst fans...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 4,301 reads 1 comments

  22. 2010 FIFA World Cup: 10 Greatest Teams to Never Win the World Cup

    The World Cup is the stage on which childhood dreams are fulfilled and legends are made. Pele, Maradona, Beckenbauer, and Zidane are some of the finest players to have graced the world stage but this isn't about them...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 5,683 reads 22 comments

  23. The Big Match Preview: Chelsea vs. Portsmouth

    The final piece of major silverware of the domestic season will be claimed this weekend. The two sides competing for the FA Cup trophy couldn't be more different...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 233 reads 0 comments

  24. When Did the FA Cup Lose Its Magic?

    Ronnie Radford is one of the most famous names in English football history. He never played for England. He never played top flight football. He was not a successful football manager...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 145 reads 0 comments

  25. Chelsea in the FA Cup Final

    With the Premier League won and locked away in the Stamford Bridge trophy cabinet, Chelsea fans can now turn their attention to the second part of the domestic double: the FA Cup...

    Andrew Kearney Written by Andrew Kearney about 4 years ago 777 reads 2 comments