The Champions of Europe

Month: March 2013

NextGen Series Final: Preview – Chelsea vs Aston Villa

Venue – Stadio Giuseppe Sinigaglia. Date – 1st of April 2013 Kick-off – 6:00 PM (CET) TV – Eurosport Tournament – NextGen Series Aston Villa’s win over Sporting Lisbon sets up an all-English final with Chelsea as the NextGen series comes to a close. Chelsea were forced by Arsenal into extra-time after the Gunners came back from a 3-1 deficit. Chelsea… Read More ›

There’s Obi One Mikel

When I mention John Obi Mikel to you, and ask how highly you rate him, I’m not really sure on the response I’d get. In a inconsistant and fluctuating season for the Blues this season, the views and opinions of this Nigerian midfielder have been exactly the same, but what do we think of John Obi… Read More ›

Our Knight in Shining Goalie Gloves.

Petr Cech, who we’re lucky enough to have as our goalkeeper has achieved his 100th cap for country during the past international break. With well over 500 appearances for Chelsea in all competitions and a record 139 clean sheets, any person who affiliates themselves with Chelsea in the slightest way must appreciate the impact Cech… Read More ›

Where Chelsea stand – Part 5B – Attack

Part 1 here The holy trinity of Mazacar has worked wonders this season, slotting in perfectly with the rest of the squad. Hazard especially has just walked into the first team and played as though he’s been at Chelsea for five years. The through ball for Ramires against United in the League Cup was extraordinary, the… Read More ›

Status: Withdrawal Over

Hey, I love Spain as much as the next guy, but two weeks just for International Break? That’s cruel and unusual punishment for us club football junkies. At least we can rest easy knowing we have a jam packed eight days ahead. Starting with a trip to Southampton on Saturday which ended in a 2-1… Read More ›

What We Learned: Southampton

An atrocious performance from Chelsea as we fell 2-1 to Southampton at Saint Mary’s. Rodriguez put them in front then Terry headed home to equalize only to see Lambert put So’ton back in front 1 minute later. Scorers : Stats : What We Learned : 1. It’s not all Rafa’s fault 2. No Mata =… Read More ›

Match Report: Southampton 2-1 Chelsea

I’ve repeated this phrase time and time again under the Rafa reign. But I can’t find anything else to describe some performances. It was another Abysmal performance from the blues which lacked passion and conviction! The saints took the lead thanks to a goal from striker Jay Rodriguez. The blues hit back thanks to a… Read More ›

Match Preview: Chelsea v Southampton

Briefing :  Chelsea head to Southampton on Saturday in a crunch game for both sides’ respective Premier League ambitions. The Blues sit third, a point clear of Tottenham in the race for the automatic Champions League berth, but will know only too well the threat Southampton pose at St Mary’s, after they brushed aside Liverpool 3-1… Read More ›

Where Chelsea stand – Part 5A – Attack

This is the final part of this series, and I’m looking at all aspects of Chelsea’s attack. Chelsea have stockpiled a bunch of the most exciting attacking talents on Earth, but unfortunately they’ve been allocated the footballing equivalent of Justin Bieber to finish the chances they create. The basis of Fernando Torres’s success at Liverpool… Read More ›

Friday Quiz 29 March: Chelsea Banners

The Friday Quiz has returned for another week. Words from the following banners shown at Chelsea matches have been blanked out. Can you guess what the banners are supposed to say? 1. Terry, we _____ you. 2. Forget Ulrika, there’s only one ‘good’ _____. 3. Chelsea FC, _____ since 1905. 4. Roman: this is our… Read More ›

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