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By Gary Watton
February 18 2019

It was Groundhog Day once again, as the manager refused to drop or replace Jorginho, refused to bring on a second striker, and the team refused to score. This goal-shy team is inept in the final third. No wonder young Hudson-Odoi wants to leave. Hopefully the Russians who are mismanaging this club will either take themselves off elsewhere or move the stubborn, incompetent old manager on to pasture... More >

A Forgettable Win

It wasn't exactly a Valentine's Day massacre, but beleaguered Chelsea just about got the job done in Sweden by securing a crucial away win that firmly plants one foot into the next... More >

Completely Dismantled In Manchester

A big congratulations to the champions Manchester Mercenaries who were everything that Chelsea aren't: creative, exciting, and lethal. A hat trick from Aguero, a double from Sterli... More >

A Five-Goal 'Reaction'

Apparently this thrashing against the worst team in the league was a 'reaction' to the horrible thumping at Bournemouth. Although the Blues end up with a plus one goal deficit from... More >

Embarrassing, Laughable Nonsense

Not unlike their December setback at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Chelsea capitulated in the second half on a freezing night on the south coast, having dominated the match until the in... More >

Another Cup Success

Gonzalo Higuain's debut outing for his latest club didn't exactly go to plan, but he will quickly discover, like his two predecessors, that service is slow and infrequent from the ... More >

Chelsea Conquer Depleted Tottenham

Chelsea deservedly progressed to yet another cup final, while Tottenham Wannabes successfully avoided silverware yet again. The contest should have been put to bed long before the ... More >

Another Derby Shocker

How very appropriate that the team that fielded two proper strikers scored two goals while the team that played no genuine centre forwards scored no goals. Although Chelsea 'enjoye... More >

Another Narrow Win

For the second time this season, Chelsea took the lead against Newcastle United, the latter equalised, and then the former scored again to win narrowly but deservedly by two goals ... More >

Further Goal Shy Woes

Chelsea dominating possession but failing to turn pressure into goals is becoming an all-too-familiar story. This semi final first leg demonstrated the real need for a target man i... More >