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Alonso Double Foils Leicester

By Gary Watton
January 16 2017

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. Both Spaniards have not been without their critics, but they sure stepped up to the mark on an evening when the football world looked on to see if the runaway Premiership leaders could cope in the absence of the appare... 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 >

Stoke Stopped

A second half double from Willian helped Chelsea to a staggering thirteenth consecutive Premiership win, thereby completing a third perfect month for the Premiership leaders. It is... More >

Better From Improving Pedro

Two significant contributions from Pedro started and finished Chelsea's scoring spree against a decent Bournemouth team, enabling the Premiership leaders to record a record-breakin... More >

An Eleventh Straight Win

The irreplaceable Diego Costa proved once more to be the right man in the right place at the right time for runaway Premiership leaders Chelsea. Shortly before the interval, the Sp... More >

Fabregas Goal Sinks Sunderland

The now runaway leaders of the Premiership made life very hard for themselves on Wearside, relying solely upon a tasty finish from the recalled Cesc Fabregas to see them to maximum... More >

Another Brilliant Costa Effort

It took the league leaders until the seventy-sixth minute to break down a determined West Bromwich defence, but the goal was well worth waiting for. It came almost inevitably from ... More >

Another Chelsea Defeat For Guardiola

With the help of a very obliging home defence and goalkeeper, Chelsea came back from the dead to score thrice in the last half hour. Until Costa's timely equaliser, the hosts looke... More >

Moses Sinks Tottensham

Good old Tottenham Coldspur were obliging yet again, as they left Stamford Bridge empty-handed for the umpteenth time in recent decades. To be precise, this was the mighty Spurs's ... More >