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10 reasons why we should sign Gareth Bale this summer

May 20, 2015

Having already sealed the title, I’m pretty sure most of you must be wondering what could be next for the new English Champions. How do you further improve a team that absolutely dominated the season in terms of points & tactics? Well most of us would be content making a couple of minor additions into… Read More ›

Ruben Loftus Cheek brings in fresh hope of a ‘Young-er’ Chelsea

Words cannot exactly express the joy of watching a youngster come on and shine in a Chelsea blue shirt. It has been a really long time, but I still remember the delight I had watching Joshua McEachran come on against Newcastle and terrorize their back four. We lost that game incredibly, even after a late… Read More ›

5th title in the bag, what next?

3rd May, 2015 – The day we will long remember as one of our most dominant title victories in history! With a staggering 13 point lead at the top of the table (could be cut to 7 points depending on whether Arsenal makes good of their 2 games in hand), the season has indeed been… Read More ›

Branislav Ivanovic – Rightback | Centreback | Striker

There can only be one name which has shone as much as, if not more, than Costa and Fabregas so far this season and it is of our versatile Serbian, Branislav Ivanovic! At an age of 30, fans can be forgiven to omit him altogether from their dream lineups before the campaign started, with most… Read More ›

My Chelsea Story – A #CFC360 Exclusive!

We, the part of team CFC360, have been writing articles and providing information from all fronts for quite a long time. And you might recognize a few of us by our Blogger name or maybe Twitter, but today we would like to tell you about how it all started. The early attraction, the crush, the… Read More ›

Return of the King: Didier Drogba plays in his back yard in different color this time!

The return of Legend Didier Drogba is just a day away and we will witness the Ivorian striker for the first time at the Bridge wearing a different color rather than Blues. The ovation he will receive will be legendary and memorable to speak. After sealing Chelsea first ever Champions league win over Bayern Munich… Read More ›

Hooliganism, the curse of football

Recently I had a conversation with a fellow Indian who was living in UK for a while for studies. And as a massive Chelsea fan he didn’t miss the chance to visit our beloved Stamford Bridge on more than one occasions. As delighted as I was for him, then he told me of the incidents… Read More ›

Masterclass tribute to John Terry by Jamie Carragher himself!

When our players gets praises from our rivals that is one of the most pleasing feeling. And when someone from a team like Liverpool takes out his time to praise our captain, well, I need not explain much do I? The article below originally has been published over here. We at CFC360 are not used… Read More ›

Juan Mata’s Final Message to Chelsea, Emotional Indeed!

On the completion of his transfer from Chelsea FC, Juan Mata took out time to write a letter to everyone associated with Chelsea. And yes, this is very emotional indeed. Get ready to board the feels train (an overused but appropriate phrase). Juan Mata: “Hi everyone, As you can imagine this is a very important… Read More ›

Looking at every Chelsea transfer of the Roman Era

2003-04 Glen Johnson (Age at start of season: 18, Club signed from: West Ham, Fee: £6.3m) The first signing of the Abramovich era. Johnson threatened to blossom into a good defender but always looked better going forward than at the back. Sent on loan to Portsmouth, before being sold there. Chelsea recouped most of their… Read More ›

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