This weeks Champions League preview

It seemed like it took a lifetime, but last week Champions League football returned after a roughly two month absence. Last week, we were treated to some good games. Sevilla were outscored by Borussia Dortmund who won 3-2 on the night and Barcelona were humbled by PSG 4-1.  In the other set of matches PortugueseContinue reading “This weeks Champions League preview”

Stamford Bridge, the grave yard for strikers?

Torres, Sturridge and Werner? What do these names have in common? Football fans, these are some of the strikers who have joined West London club Chelsea and unfortunately for them have failed. All three are very talented strikers, but it begs the question why have these three struggled whilst playing for The Blues? I haveContinue reading “Stamford Bridge, the grave yard for strikers?”

Crawley stun Leeds in shock of the round in FA Cup

League two side Crawley, produced one of the biggest shocks in recent FA Cup history, with an emphatic 3-0 against Leeds. The Lillywhites who are in mid-table in the Premier League, were fielding a weaker side. Having said that, the Yorkshire side did include Rodrigo, Kalvin Phillips and Ezgjan Alioski in their side. So theyContinue reading “Crawley stun Leeds in shock of the round in FA Cup”

Tottenham, are through to final after Brentford win

Tottenham Hotspur booked their place in the final of the Carabao Cup after a 2-0 win over Brentford. The West London side, did beat Premier League side Newcastle 1-0 in the last round to get here. With that in mind, it was evident that The Bees would be no pushover in this game. Brentford haveContinue reading “Tottenham, are through to final after Brentford win”

Lampard for the sack?

After compiling a previous piece on Leeds United and why they will get relegated (it proved spicy shall I say), in what I will now call the unpopular opinion series. I am back with another thought provoking blog. In today’s installment, I want to talk about the current situation at Chelsea, and to be moreContinue reading “Lampard for the sack?”

Arsenal 3-1 Chelsea; crisis what crisis?

Arsenal ended their seven game winless run in style with a 3-1 win over London rivals Chelsea. The Gunners, who came into this game, in the bottom half of the table, move up a place a to 14th, with an important victory which was set up by two goals in the first half from theContinue reading “Arsenal 3-1 Chelsea; crisis what crisis?”

Timo Werner; an Asian Love Story

Chelsea have signed Germany forward Timo Werner from RB Leipzig in a deal that could total £102.5 million over five years. The Blues, managed to beat Premier League leaders Liverpool to the former Stuttgart strikers signature. The whole process of the German players signing has an element of an Asian wedding to it, I willContinue reading “Timo Werner; an Asian Love Story”

Chelsea Vs Bradford City Fourth Round FA Cup Match Report

Bradford City produced one of the all time shocks of the FA Cup as they dumped out Premier League leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge after being 2-0 down. Chelsea who were looking for glory domestically and in Europe, rested several of their normal first team squad- but on paper you still would have backed theContinue reading “Chelsea Vs Bradford City Fourth Round FA Cup Match Report”

Chelsea Vs Bradford Match Preview

Bradford resume their quest for another cup final day – but this time the challenge can’t be much tougher for the Bantams. The League One side who will be in FA Cup fourth round action this Saturday, will take on Premier League leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The Blues do post a good record inContinue reading “Chelsea Vs Bradford Match Preview”