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Armada's Goals Sink Swansea

By Gary Watton
February 28 2017

Cesc Fabregas marked his three hundredth Premiership appearance with a rare start and more importantly the opening goal of this entertaining fixture. However the hosts were left bewildered at the interval when a Llorente header restored parity, after forty minutes of constant Chelsea pressure. The champions-elect then had to step up their efforts in the second half to avoid slipping to another dra... More >

Blues Go Marching On

The Premiership leaders showed Liverfools how to successfully cope with Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup, but they had to weather a Midlands storm for an hour before prevailin... More >

Burnley Defy Leaders

Antonio Conte is holding crisis talks with Roman Abramovich after Chelsea could only draw at mediocre Burnley. Seriously though, the visit to Turf Moor was always a potentially tri... More >

Arsenic Comprehensively Dismantled

Runaway leaders Chelsea delivered three knockout blows to Arsenil's evaporating hopes of Premiership glory in 2017.... More >

A Deserved Draw

It was largely a miserable performance from the league leaders, reminiscent of the clinging onto one-nil leads that Chelsea used to practise under our Portuguese ex-wife. This time... More >

Brentford Easily Negotiated

The currently lethal Pedro was amongst the goals again, as the Premiership leaders comfortably brushed aside Brentford in this west London derby. Branislav Ivanovic also fired home... More >

Chelsea Juggernaut Marches On Towards Triumph

Hull City succumbed to a second two-nil defeat of the season against the league leaders, with Costa scoring in both encounters. However, the east coast team proved to be anything b... More >

Alonso Double Foils Leicester

Marcos Alonso tripled his goals tally for his new club with a goal six minutes into each half. Adding to his lethal contribution was another rarity: a headed goal from little Pedro... More >

A Cup Double For Pedro

The Premiership leaders eased through to the fourth round of the FA Cup, courtesy of two goals in each half. However, in spite of a decent outing for many of our fringe players, it... More >

Dastardly Old Spurs

Oh well. All good things come to an end. They will be organising an open top bus parade for the mighty Tottenham team. Maybe the Prime Minister might invite them to 10 Downing Stre... More >