Without a title for three years but an exciting managerial appointment in Carlo Ancelotti, the 2009/10 Chelsea season was one to remember. … More Chelsea season memories: 2009/10 – Carlo Ancelotti does the double
As Romelu Lukaku starts scoring and takes the headlines, we spare a moment for Timo Werner, but how can the Belgian and the German work together? … More Is the arrival of Romelu Lukaku good news for Timo Werner?
As Romelu Lukaku prepares for his second Chelsea debut, it is poetic that it will likely be against Arsenal, Didier Drogba’s favourite team to torment. … More Lukaku prepares to debut against Arsenal: The heir to Drogba’s Gunners tormenting history?
Aesthetics and Intangibles. Two words thrown about a lot on the Chelsea twitter community in the last few years. Two words which go a long way to explaining why Chelsea men’s team are currently where they are. … More Chelsea FC: Why The Intangibles Matter
Ahead of Chelsea’s 3rd Champions League Final this weekend, we’re taking a look at Chelsea’s shock 2012 Champions League glory. … More Adventure Fraught With Danger: The 2012 Champions League Story
Peter Osgood’s diving header in 1970, Roberto Di Matteo’s 42-second thunderbolt or one of Didier Drogba’s goals, here are the best FA Cup finals for Chelsea. … More Chelsea and the FA Cup: Finals to remember
For many, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba typify Chelsea Football Club in the 21st Century. Power, drive, determination and success. Akash looks at their story. … More A Match Made in Heaven: Frank Lampard & Didier Drogba
In an era that was more renowned for topsy turvy seasons in between the First and Second divisions than today’s title challenges, Kerry Dixon was the one consistent source of brightness. A scorer of 193 goals makes him the third-highest in Chelsea’s history. Much like the era in which he played, his is a story … More Counting on Kerry: The Story of Chelsea’s 80s Goalscoring Machine
One of Chelsea’s most important players in the last 25 years was the Spanish magician, Juan Mata. We bring you Cult Heroes: Juan Mata. … More Chelsea Cult Heroes: Juan Mata – Spanish Magician
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?