How does Chelsea’s Summer Dealings Compare To The Class of 2004/05?

The 2004/05 season was a significant one for Chelsea. Roman Abramovich was just a year into his tenure and the club was also going to celebrate its anniversary of 100 years in existence. The summer before the 2004/05 campaign was a busy one for Chelsea with the arrival of the club’s greatest manager, Jose Mourinho, … More How does Chelsea’s Summer Dealings Compare To The Class of 2004/05?

From Tragedy to Triumph – Remembering Chelsea’s first Champions League trophy

Teams and players look to seize the moment and winning a prestigious trophy. After a fight to the bitter end, they want to stand victorious. At that time, each individual who steps onto the pitch needs to give everything they can until the final whistle is blown, across arguably the most important and most coveted … More From Tragedy to Triumph – Remembering Chelsea’s first Champions League trophy

Chelsea: The Masters of Hijacking transfers

Transfers for Chelsea in the windows always have two extreme ends, they are either extremely fun to follow or they just frustrate you outright (based on what your team does of course,). Chelsea changed the transfer game during the 2003-04 season after Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich took over the club. Ever since then, the club … More Chelsea: The Masters of Hijacking transfers

6 Ways to Ensure Cult Status at Chelsea (even if only temporarily)

Nestled somewhere in the pantheon of football, the hierarchy dictates there must be a bracket between ‘club legend’ and ‘good player’, the cult hero. This rare breed of player either does not achieve the former because they don’t spend long enough at the club, or do not achieve enough, but are slightly better than the … More 6 Ways to Ensure Cult Status at Chelsea (even if only temporarily)