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This season: success or failure? Aug-Dec

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June 3, 2013

This season was surely an eventful season following the dramatics of May 19th in Munich with the Blues having a chance of 7 trophies to win: The Community Shield, the UEFA Super Cup, the Barclays Premier League, the Capital One Cup, the FA Cup, the Club World Cup and again the chance to be double… Read More ›

The Golden Boy: Roberto Di Matteo

It’s been roughly 5 months since the departure of our player/manager hero, Robbie Di Matteo. A lot has happened in that time, and it’s getting to that time of the season where we start to assess player and managers’ futures. Never was it a great idea appointing Robbie if Roman and the board were after… Read More ›

Managing a team like Chelsea

Here at Chelsea Football Club, the sacking and hiring of a new manger has recently become the norm. The club has seen nine managers since Abramovich took the rains in 2003. In contrast, the likes of London rivals Arsenal and fierce competitors Man Utd have remained under the same manger during this period. So why… Read More ›

Chelsea’s biggest problems

We can all agree that Chelsea are an up and down team this season. It’s been a season of greatness, failure and frustration all combined into one. The answer could be simple – Benitez, but some fans tend to forget we had similar problems with Di Matteo, but now it seems worse. Both had to… Read More ›

Rafael Benitez takes over untill summer

Reunion: Fernando Torres with Rafa Chelsea have confirmed that Rafael Benitez has taken the managerial role following the sacking of Roberto Di Matteo. The former Liverpool boss has been appointed as the Blues’ interim manager until the end of the season as owner Roman Abramovich continues to try and lure ex-Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola to… Read More ›

Should Chelsea have sacked Roberto Di Matteo?

Should Chelsea Have Sacked Di Matteo? This morning, it was announced that Chelsea had parted ways with Roberto Di Matteo. Roman Abramovich’s fire-and-hire approach continues to live on. The question arises, however : Should Chelsea have sacked Roberto Di Matteo? The answer is yes. Roberto Di Matteo should never had been appointed as full-time manager… Read More ›

The embarrassment and elegance of being a Chelsea fan

The embarrassment and elegance of being a Chelsea fan Probably the worst piece of news I could get today after the Juventus loss. Roberto Di Matteo getting sacked makes absolutely no sense. From a man who won Chelsea their first Champions League and 7th FA Cup, to a person who deep inside, hates the club he once played for… Read More ›

Chelsea Sack Roberto Di Matteo

21 November 2012. “Chelsea Football Club has parted company this morning with Manager Roberto Di Matteo” was the statement on the official website, this morning on the back of the 3-0 defeat in Turin yesterday.The basis for his sacking apparently was the fact that “The team’s recent performances and results have not been good enough” and hence… Read More ›

A decisive week for Roberto Di Matteo and Chelsea

2 draws, 1 shaky win at home against Shakhtar and a loss against West Bromwich Albion has brought a huge blow to Chelsea’s confidence after starting on a high. Things are different now as Chelsea lack experience when needed and the young players are not entirely capable of turning around their fortunes. A time when… Read More ›

A quick look at Shakhtar Donetsk

A quick look at Shakhtar Donetsk Our next two Champions League matches are against Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine. First, we travel to Ukraine on Tuesday to face them in the Donbass Arena and then the return home tie will be held 15 days later. As such, this is the perfect time to have a quick… Read More ›

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