Category Archives: Chelsea
Just moments after my recent post regarding Eden Hazard, the 21-year-old Belgian attacking midfielder has confirmed he will be joining Champions League winners Chelsea! Within the last 10 minutes, the former Lille player has announced the move to his fans on twitter: The announcement comes after weeks of speculation over the striker’s future. Hazard and […]
Premier League-bound Eden Hazard has revealed he has made a decision over where he will play his trade next season – but is yet to divulge his destination. The highly rated 21-year-old has been pursued by several clubs and has previously revealed interest from Manchester United, Manchester City but reports emerged this morning that the […]
Chelsea resurgence under Roberto Di-Matteo has been truly impressive this season. However, he has inherited a squad whose quality and age has been questioned. Providing the Italian manager keeps the Chelsea job on a permanent basis, I’m sure he’ll make quite a few changes in summer to re-invent the team as ‘his’ side. As always the money is […]
Chelsea 0-2 Newcastle United Papiss Cisse scored two outstanding goals to earn Newcastle a crucial win at Chelsea. Cisse opened the scoring with an instinctive finish from the edge of the area and there were further chances in the opening half with Florent Malouda heading just wide for Chelsea and Newcastle’s Demba Ba firing a shot against […]
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Blackburn Rovers Tottenham moved back into fourth place in the table with a comfortable win over struggling Blackburn in the Barclays Premier League. Rafael van der Vaart opened the scoring from close range midway through the first half after Gareth Bale’s effort had been cleared off the line, while William Gallas headed against the […]
Following two exhilarating Champions League Semi-finals, many fans have called on UEFA to overhaul regulations which have effectively ruled key players from Bayern and Chelsea out of the final on May 19.
Just when all the odds seemed to be stacked against Chelsea—two goals down, John Terry sent off, playing away against mighty Barcelona—the Blues staged a remarkable comeback and sealed a trip to Munich for this year’s UEFA Champions League final. Here are five of the key players who made it happen.
Tonight a heroic performance from Chelsea has seen them progress into the Champions League final. Roberto Di Matteo’s team defended brilliantly throughout, and will now travel to Munich on May 19 despite playing the majority of the match with 10 men.