With the Premier League return just around the corner, we can look forward to seeing Chelsea take on Aston Villa at Villa Park. Over the years Chelsea have had some good memories there, with some extremely important wins. It is true that for thirteen years (yes thirteen) we only won once there, but Villa had … Continue reading Chelsea’s Top 5 Moments at Villa Park
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time again. May is always a beautiful month for Chelsea Football Club, as we stand out to be the Pride of London and put the other London clubs to shame. This is a throwback to last year’s Europa League Final between Chelsea and Arsenal. A London Derby for the … Continue reading Throwback to Baku: EL FINAL
While we are in a period of lockdown, it has given us a chance to reflect on the impact and effect of various players and managers at Chelsea, to appreciate the greats, and it would be unfair not to talk about Emma Hayes, the Chelsea F.C. Women's manager, and the impact she has had on … Continue reading Emma Hayes MBE – A look at the Architect Behind Chelsea’s Successful Women’s Team.
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.
Disclaimer: The entirety of this article is fiction, hyperbole and guesswork. Although predictions on signings and managerial decisions are based on educated decisions, you are welcome to agree or disagree with as much of it as possible. In the first article of our new series, we're looking back at key moments from Chelsea's history and … Continue reading Just a Thought: What If Chelsea signed Sergio Agüero?
Life without football isn’t the same. Without Chelsea Football Club, a part of my life is missing. As a huge sports fan, living in the moment of a match is something I yearn for everyday. Taking away one sport is one thing, but taking away sports in general has taken its toll on me. The current … Continue reading LIFE AS AN INTERNATIONAL CHELSEA FAN IN QUARANTINE.
This piece originally appeared in the cfcuk Fanzine issue 210 in November 2019. I take you back reader, to the night of the 26th August 2003. Not an infamous date forged in the memory for the majority of Blues – but for a young, wide-eyed five-year-old grasping onto his dad’s hand tightly, this would be … Continue reading A-Z: F is for Frank Lampard!
In the modern era, the colour red is one tarred with rivalry and unlikability in the psyche of those who love Chelsea Football Club. It conjures visions of bitter rivals Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United – blood and danger, wrath and anger. Though for Frank Lampard, the colour might not be as tarred. As Chelsea … Continue reading Return of Bayern Will Remind Lampard of the Best Goal of His Career
I do not believe in love at first sight – not with a girl, not with a game, certainly not with a football club. Having grown up in India, my “first love” was inevitably cricket. My first brush with football was the 2002 World Cup, which I was watching as my grandfather did. There was … Continue reading Chelsea: Falling in Love