When Thomas Tuchel made his move to manage at Chelsea it raised eyebrows but, what are the expectations of him in London? … More Thomas Tuchel: What are the expectations for the German at Chelsea?
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
Alan Hudson was deemed too small to play for his local Fulham boys’ side. Recruited by the rival Chelsea boys’ team at the time, this worked out well for the Blues. A prodigiously talented playmaker whose ability to run with the ball was less British and more Brazilian, this was a man who was to … More Homing in on Hudson: A Proper Playmaker for Chelsea
795 appearances. 18 years. Ron ‘Chopper’ Harris is Chelsea’s longest serving player ever. A man so ingrained in Stamford Bridge folklore he spent almost two decades at the heart of Chelsea’s defense. His is a story of longevity, of class, of tough tackles but most important of all, of Chelsea. The original Chelsea man, Harris’ … More On the Ron: The Legend of Ron ‘Chopper’ Harris
This week I was fortunate enough to sit down with ex Chelsea winger Peter Rhoades-Brown and discuss all things Chelsea. Peter was a joy to converse with, sharing many memorable career experiences with myself. During his time at Stamford Bridge, Peter made 109 senior appearances scoring numerous goals, always proving to be a tricky opponent … More An Afternoon with Peter Rhoades-Brown