If you were to ask a Chelsea fan who their greatest ever player was, there’s a strong chance they’ll say either John Terry or Frank Lampard. The two simultaneously became legends at the club, taking part in Chelsea’s greatest success – winning three league titles, four FA Cups and even a Champions League together. While … Continue reading John Terry vs Frank Lampard: The Journey
Don't let his distinctive Scouse accent fool you. Aaron Barton (@aaronbartonUK) is an expert on all things Portuguese when it comes to the 'Beautiful Game', and runs Proxima Jornada (@proximajornada1) - the only dedicated football journalism site devoted solely to Portuguese football and their players. His hard-work and determination has seen him and his team … Continue reading The Interview: Aaron Barton aka Próxima Jornada
Disclaimer: The entirety of this article is fiction, hyperbole and guesswork. Although predictions on signings and managerial decisions are based on educated decisions and information found in the media, you are welcome to agree or disagree with as much of it as possible. In our next hypothetical, we're diving back to probably one of the … Continue reading Just a Thought: What if Chelsea won the Treble in 2008? (Champions League, Premier League and League Cup?)
Following Roman Abramovich’s takeover in 2003, Chelsea have enjoyed a period of unprecedented success – winning five Premier League trophies, five FA Cups, three League Cups, two Europa Leagues and, of course, the Champions League. While all of this has been achieved through squads of players built on talent from across the globe, here we … Continue reading Chelsea’s Best English XI – Abramovich Era
It seems poetic that two of Chelsea’s most monumental goals were similar in execution. A lone soul running through on goal, taking the ball round the keeper and sliding it into an empty net to spark scenes of wild celebration. It was just under a week ago Chelsea fans were reminiscing on Fernando Torres’s long … Continue reading 15 Years Later: The Day Chelsea Won Their First League Title in 50 Years – with Stories from the Fans Who Lived It.
John Terry. A name that resounds the loudest and the proudest amongst all the names they sing at Stamford Bridge. The 'Captain-Leader-Legend' banner hangs proudly in the stands in the stadium whose pitch he graced for nearly two decades. A banner that portrays how Terry put all that he had on the line to defend … Continue reading A-Z: T is for John Terry
Over the years we have seen some great spot kick takers at Stamford Bridge. Rarely out on the green have we seen a team in blue with not at least two or three penalty takers capable of stepping up in a big pressure moment that could decide a game. All had their own unique styles … Continue reading A-Z: P is for Penalties
This year marks my tenth year supporting Chelsea. I didn't have the chance to watch Chelsea much in my younger days, as TV services can be expensive in my country. I can’t remember the first Chelsea match I saw, but I do recall images of Lampard in a yellow kit, which I later found out … Continue reading The Blue In My Head