Just over two months ago when I started this blog I listed the three transfer targets that Chelsea should pursue in the summer if they were to continue in the vein of recent seasons and qualify for the Champions League. At the time of writing that piece, Andre Villas-Boas was still at the helm and […]Read more "Three Chelsea Transfer Targets (If They Don’t Qualify for the Champions League)"
The reaction of the football world to the stricken Fabrice Muamba’s fight for life on the White Hart Lane pitch has seen the sport and its followers united in sympathy and respect for the Bolton Wanderers player. Football fans are normally split along territorial, tribal lines with gloating and mocking frequently fermenting into insults and […]Read more "Muamba Compassion Essential But Premier League Passion Must Endure"
The soap opera continues at Chelsea as Andre Villas-Boas exits stage left. Is there ever a dull season at Stamford Bridge? Even when the performances are drab and guileless the intrigue and subterfuge in the dressing room and corridors of power ensure that drama is at the heart of operations in SW6.Read more "Villas- Boas pays price for failing impossible test"
For some, Andre Villas-Boas’ team selection for Chelsea’s match against Napoli was a bold statement, an attempt to sweep out the rebellious stalwarts of a bygone era and replace them with the next wave of Chelsea stars who would recreate the club’s impressive record in the Champions League over the past decade. After a 3-1 […]Read more "Villas Boas’ Stubbornness Testing Faith of Chelsea Supporters"
Chelsea step into the lions den when they play SSC Napoli in the Stadio San Paolo on Tuesday night. Waiting to pounce will be a formidable front three of Edinson Cavani, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Marek Hamsik roared on by 60,000 Neapolitans with the press pack waiting to pick over the bones of Andre Villas-Boas’ should […]Read more "Troubled Chelsea Can Confound Critics and Conquer Napoli"
It’s February in a faltering season for Chelsea Football Club so that can only mean one thing. Insurrection.Read more "What Rebellious Chelsea Stars Might Have Said to Villas-Boas"
The statement by Argentina president Cristina Kirchner that her country will lodge an official complaint with the United Nations Security council over what she calls Britain’s “militarisation of the South Atlantic” is so breathtaking in irony and arrogance that it simply cannot be ignored. Her words have been uttered in response to news that […]Read more "Argentine Nationalism Raises Temperature In The Falkland Islands"