In the midst of the coronavirus panic comes another game at the Bridge. I set off to the train station, with hand sanitiser safely zipped away in my pocket. I'm one of the lucky ones you see. While others were raiding Tesco, I was raiding my house. It's every man for themselves. I'm ahead of … Continue reading Ancelotti put to the sword.
Champions League football was back at the Bridge, Frank Lampard's first European knockout game was just hours away and the excitement and nerves were starting to build. I waited, for what seemed like forever, to have a meeting with my uni tutor so that I could finally leave and head off to the Bridge. Chelsea … Continue reading Disappointed but not surprised.
Monday was a new low for Frank Lampard’s Chelsea. One disappointing defeat to Manchester United, two infuriating VAR decisions, a third straight defeat to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and a fourth league game without a win. As I made my way home, there was one key thought on my mind: “We have to win on Saturday.” … Continue reading A day for redemption and rejoice
I always wake up on matchdays full of excitement, buzzing to see my team play at the Bridge once more. Yet this was different. I was nervous for our huge game against Manchester United in the first of four huge clashes at the Bridge, but nevertheless looking forward to another night under the lights. It … Continue reading Is it football anymore?
Before even getting on the plane for London, my friend Jack Ison ensured my term abroad would have a rather exciting start. With an extra ticket in hand, Jack contacted me asking if I wanted to join him for Chelsea’s match against Burnley on Saturday the 11th. It was Thursday at the time and I … Continue reading An Experience to Remember: My First Match at Stamford Bridge.
For me, there’s nothing better than a matchday at the Bridge. Being back after six days is something I cannot take for granted, having seen an excellent 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest last weekend. On Saturday, it was back to league duties with the testing visit of Burnley. My day started a bit earlier than … Continue reading Mind your language and sit down!
MAH: First of all mate, how are you? How has it been covering Chelsea with TalkChelsea during such a unique season? Simon: I’m good thanks man, great to see you doing this new project, hope it goes well for you. Talk Chelsea is great, slightly different than what I’m used to as I’m churning the … Continue reading A Conversation with Simon Phillips.
I’m running a little late, apologies. Not just with this article but to the game! Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest. Two clubs draped in history, a chance to see the blossoming youth and give Pedro the sendoff he deserves… wouldn’t miss it for the world. The FA Cup. The most prestigious cup competition in World football. … Continue reading I saw a combination in the flesh.