Saturday afternoon sees the Blues make their shortest northerly trip to Loftus Road to face Harry Redknapp’s QPR. As QPR were in the Championship last season, our regular Beat Your Manager! column doesn’t have a lineup list from last season to talk about and instead has come up with a novel topic that last season’s stats can usefully answer. Beat Your Manager! Fantasy Football is a game similar to “Football (continued…)
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Today’s (inaugural) Wayback Wednesday post is on Chelsea in America’s recent guest at the 2014 Las Vegas Conclave: Michael Duberry A centre-back who first joined Chelsea as a trainee in 1991, and then made his début during the 1993-94 term, he had 161 premier league appearances (116 of those for our beloved Blues). Continue reading… Content provided by Premier League Heroes. Click on link above to visit their site.
Sunday afternoon sees the big matchup of the weekend, with Manchester United taking on Chelsea at Old Trafford and Juan Mata lining up against his old Chelsea team-mates. When this fixture was played last season, on a Monday night in August 26th, 2013, David Moyes was seeking a win in his first competitive home game since succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson, after a comfortable 1-4 opening day away victory to Swansea (continued…)
Ok, so everyone knows the rule is “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” but… I’m going to break that rule and share with you my Vegas Experience hanging out with Chelsea in America! The long flight over from London to Las Vegas via Dallas wasn’t so bad as I shared it with Neil Barnett aka Spy, the voice of Stamford Bridge. The welcome Spy and I got from Beth at the Vegas airport set the tone for the whole (continued…)
Ben Mehlan here again! Through a few technical difficulties, a busier time than expected, and a lack of motivation to go with it, I found myself only writing one article upon becoming a new writer for the site. But rest assured, I am back for real – and starting off with a four-part season in review. Here’s part one! ———————- As we sat down at our TV’s (or more likely (continued…)
Oliver Kay posted something on Twitter today that got me thinking… he wrote, “@OliverKayTimes: Only caught final half-hour of Newcastle 2 Chelsea 0. Best I’ve seen #nufc look for a long time. Familiar November performance from #CFC.” Immediately, I was reminded of a very specific match from a few years back. During the Holiday season, I was able to sneak out of work a little early, pour a stiff drink (continued…)
Again? As Transfer Deadline Day drew toward its always ridiculous conclusion, the news of Romelu Lukaku going on loan gained steam. As I read the news, I just kept thinking, “we’re sending him out again?” When it became officially official (a tough standard in the world of BPL news) I knew I wanted write about the loan, but I wasn’t sure how I wanted to approach it. Like most Blues, (continued…)