Christmas cracker as Chelsea win 8-0

Just two days before Christmas, Chelsea players gave their fans the perfect gift with an 8-0 thrashing of hapless Aston Villa, as the Benitez influence begins to set in. With only three minutes on the clock and Fernando Torres was on hand to score his 7th goal in 6 games with an outstanding looping header... Continue Reading →


Chelsea v Leeds a rivalry rekindled

After a disappointing showing in the World Club Cup in Japan losing to an inspired Corinthians side 1-0 Chelsea entered this quarter final tie against Leeds renewing an old rivalry which began with FA Cup ties between the two sides in the 70’s Having not played each other since 2004, a feisty and important encounter... Continue Reading →

Busking- More than meets the eye

Busking is a subject that has always brought conflicting views; and along with it comes the pre-conceived idea that buskers are beggars and we question why people perform on the street. Reasons vary from wanting to self promote their music, or to earn a living the only way they can, doing the thing they love,... Continue Reading →

The Abramovich Dictatorship

Roman Abramovich is a man in a privileged position, combined with a lack of footballing knowledge. He has more money than sense. Yes, admittedly he has made Chelsea a powerhouse in British and Europe, but in his quest to build the best team in the world and to get them to play the best football... Continue Reading →

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