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Month: October 2012

What We Learned From The Manchester United Match : 28.10.2012

What We Learned From The Manchester United Match : 28.10.2012 “Robbery of the decade”, “Chelsea have been dealt a tough task by Mark Clattenburg”, “Controversial match sees Manchester United win at Stamford Bridge”. Those are all quotes from SkySportsNews, Chelsea FC and a few Twitter users. Without a doubt, Chelsea Football Club were left with… Read More ›

Match Preview: Chelsea vs. Manchester United (Capital One Cup)

With the Capital One Cup resuming this week, this match is definitely one to watch out for. It’s unusual for a match between 2 major teams to take place so early in the tournament. However, such is the luck of the draw…. The match will definitely be a high-tension one, considering the circumstances that the… Read More ›

Teams Are Now "Doing A Chelsea"… Against Chelsea

When Chelsea played Barcelona in the semi-finals of last season’s Champions League, the tactics used by then-interim boss Roberto Di Matteo caused a bit of a stir. Chelsea’s tactics: sit back and defend as if your life depends on it and hit the Catalans on the break. The reactions to these tactics were mostly negative,… Read More ›

AZONTO EPISTLE 6: DAYLIGHT ROBBERY AT THE BRIDGE PART II; SINCE THE DAYS OF TOM HENIN OVREBO

In the Azonto Epistle 5, where we decided to focus on the match versus United and forget about the media whines against our club due to the John Terry Saga, the first question we talked of was the referee who will officiate the match since we were playing against Manchester United; a club which has… Read More ›

Chelsea 2-3 Mark Clattenburg

Chelsea 2-3 Mark Clattenburg Injustice. That’s the word I’ll think of when I look back at this game later on in the season, or in years down the road if this ends up costing us a Championship. From start to finish, the referee just didn’t want to give Chelsea anything, with United getting all of… Read More ›

Settling in

It was hard to take. Felt absolutely gutted. It was all set to become a brilliant match and it was all ruined with pathetic and biased officiating. With the way Chelsea were playing after drawing 2-2, the three points were in the bag at the end of 90 minutes. But Clattenburg had other ideas. With two… Read More ›

Why Mata is the best creative Spaniard in the EPL

Why Mata is the best creative Spaniard in the EPL Our Little Spaniard Juan Mata has been in red hot form as of late. Scoring critical goals and grabbing vital assists in wins over Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham. His break in the off season has done him very well and he has come back… Read More ›

Poor Referring, 2 Red Cards & An OFFSIDE Goal; Robbery Report: Chelsea 2-3 Manchester United

Where was the lines man? Chelsea XI (4-2-3-1): Cech (c), Ivanovic, Cahill, Luiz, Cole,  Mikel, Ramires, Oscar, Hazard, Mata, Torres. Scorers: Juan Mata, Ramires Sent Off: Ivanovic, Torres Robbed. To sum up the whole match in a word, we were robbed and in blinding daylight. To be frank, we did come out of the blocks… Read More ›

Jon Obi Mikel: A Key Member Of Chelsea’s Midfield

Jon Obi Mikel: A Key Member Of Chelsea’s Midfield Jon Obi Mikel is a name that evokes mixed reactions among Chelsea fans. Most fans are able to appreciate the hard work he puts in at the heart of Chelsea’s midfield, while there are a few who aren’t able to see past the fact that he… Read More ›

Match Preview: Chelsea vs. Manchester United

Match Preview: Chelsea vs. Manchester United The “Clash of the Titans” awaits us this Sunday as Manchester United come to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea. The match has often been a title decider over the past few seasons, and with both teams having had a decent start to the season so far, the match… Read More ›

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