Chelsea 1 Burnley 1.. “If it ain’t broke….. !”

Chelsea rounded off a pretty miserable week for the club, by dropping two points at home to lowly Burnley and in doing so have opened the door again to Manchester City in the race to the title. There are a number Continue reading

Swansea 0 Chelsea 5 “Swans-at-sea”.

    Chelsea destroyed a limp Swansea today, finally managing to convert a wholly dominant performance into an appropriate scoreline. GHarry Monk the Home side’s manager had his first taste of a real home slaughter since taking the helm nearly Continue reading

Tottenham 5 Chelsea 3…. “Kaned!”

Chelsea ended the busy Christmas period by being thumped by London Rivals Spurs, leaving them hanging on to the lead in the Premiership by alphabet alone. This was always going to be a far harder game than when Chelsea won easily Continue reading

Chelsea 2 West Ham 0 ….. Blue wave at the Bridge.

In a poignant moment ahead of kick off both teams and the crowd showed their respect to those that lost their lives in the TSUNAMI disaster – 10 years ago to the day. Thank goodness that the only Blue wave Continue reading

Chelsea 2 QPR 1 …. “Oscar worthy”.

Chelsea continued their full frontal assault on this years title with another home win.  This week over their lowly local Shepherd’s Bush rivals. Not for the first time this season, the slender margin of victory did not fairly represent the dominant performance Continue reading

Chelsea 2 Arsenal 0 … “Flare up at the Bridge.”

    Chelsea continued to set the pace in this season’s Premiership race by dispatching Arsenal in a very physical London Derby. The kick-off was put back by 15 minutes as Gooner Fans did their best to delay the inevitable.  Ironically the last Continue reading

Chelsea 4 Swansea 2 …Costa Bravo.

Chelsea managed to retain their 100% start to this season with a stunning display of attacking menace after trailing to a 11th minute goal from this spirited Swansea side. The Welsh team’s hope of hanging on and inflicting an early Continue reading

Burnley 1 Chelsea 3 … Thouroughbreds not “Little horses”! (but it was only Burnley).

Chelsea kicked off their 2015 BPL campaign with a performance that justified the bookies calling them title favourites.  All the shortcomings from the last years team appear to have been solved with shrewd business in the summer transfer market. Mourinho has already said Continue reading