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Super Sunday Preview ~ Chelsea vs United ~

“Kante going all the way through! Ohhhh, It gets better and better for Chelsea. Talk about rubbing Mourinho’s nose in it.” Kante put the icing on the cake the last time these two sides met at The Bridge for a League game. Those were the words that resonated through television sets across

PL Weekend review: Manchester City sailing on

Somewhere in the middle of the first half of the season ,it can be said that the very foundation has been set for the plot to unfold.Manchester City are pulling away and there are ominous signs for the others in the top-6. With the Terriers pulling out a shocker and

Portsmouth FC – Euphoria to Despair.

Portsmouth Football club- The famous blue and white Pompey as they were called. If you were watching football from the 90’s and 2000’s, you would know that they were one of the big clubs of the Premier league. Harry Redknapp winning them the FA cup in 2008, remember that? But hey,

Chelsea FC: A Dream That Became a Reality

19th May 2012. This is a day that will forever be engraved in every Chelsea fan’s heart. This was the day Chelsea beat Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena. This was the day that showed football in all its glory and passion. This was the day when Chelsea became the

Bayern Munich’s harsh treatment of Ancelotti

Ancelotti’s sacking shows that even Bayern aren’t immune to the whims of modern football. A third exclusive by Kabir Ali Germany are, always have been and will continue to be a football powerhouse. Very few things are constant in football, and this is one of them. And of German football, Bayern Munich

Charly of House Musonda – First of his Kind

The day Charly Musonda shed a tear. There was an air of inevitability in Chelsea’s League cup opener against Forest last night. The Champions looked the part and completed a routine victory against a team, that had narrowly escaped relegation to League One in May. Antonio Conte, opted for Antonio Rudiger, Andreas

Chelsea vs Arsenal: Match Review

The Original London derby, a prestigious fixture on the Premier League calendar, Chelsea vs Arsenal may not have had goals, but it was one of the most entertaining goalless draws this season. Arsenal would be the happier of the two with this result as they managed to keep a clean sheet

Spotlight on London: Previewing Chelsea vs Arsenal

Sunday, September 17th. It’s going to be Blue vs. Red. North London vs. South London. Conte vs. Wenger. Yes, that’s right, that’s the sound of the first big London Derby of the season. The Gunners make the short trip to Stamford Bridge, on the back of a shaky start to

The very best of Chelsea vs Arsenal

Chelsea and Arsenal have produced some riveting games against each other in the Premier league era. Let us have a look at five of the best games these two London rivals have played against each other – Chelsea 6-0 Arsenal (March 22nd 2014) Referee sends off Gibbs wrongly for mistaken identity despite

Leicester City vs Chelsea: 5 Things We Learned

This match was expected to be closely competed as two sides came into this fixture having had a mixed start to the campaign. Neither team had hit top gear yet and this showed in this match too. The first half was scrappy and competitive, with Leicester not giving Chelsea the

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