City star to extend stay in England


Manchester City look set to extend former Chelsea star Frank Lampard’s loan with them until March. The Mirror writes that Lampard is signed to the reigning champions sister side New York City but had been playing on loan at the North West based club whilst he waited for the new MLS season to start with the newly created side. It is believed that Manuel More...

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By Chad Marquez On Monday, December 15th, 2014

Chelsea man set to get new deal

Chelsea are set to offer Brazilian midfielder Willian a new contract extension due to recent performances according to the The Mirror. Willian, who arrived to Stamford Bridge last summer from Russian club Anzhi More...

By Adam Storer On Monday, December 15th, 2014

Why are players still getting away with diving?

This weekend, the topic of diving has sprung back to the surface and every national newspaper back page, after Gary Cahill avoided a second yellow card for diving during Chelsea’s victory over Hull City. The game More...

By Matt Farr On Friday, December 12th, 2014

Blues boss: Champions League starts now

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists that the hard work in the Champions League has only just begun, as reported by The Mirror. Mourinho’s side flew through the group stage without a single defeat, scoring 17 More...

By James McCrae On Sunday, December 7th, 2014
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Mourinho unhappy with Newcastle

Jose Mourinho was unhappy with the time wasting in his sides defeat to Newcastle yesterday. BBC Sport reports that the Chelsea boss , who saw his side lose 2-1 for the first time this season, was annoyed by slow More...

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By Ethan McDonagh On Friday, December 5th, 2014

Three Key Battles: Newcastle United vs Chelsea

Undefeated Chelsea travel to Newcastle United on Saturday in a bid to make it 15 Premier League games without losing so far this season. The match kicks off at 12:45pm and can be seen live on BT Sport.  The Magpies More...

By Matt Farr On Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Blues boss hails frontmen

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho heaped praise on strike-pair Didier Drogba and Loic Remy, after they helped the Blues see off Tottenham last night, as reported by Sky Sports. The Blues continued their unbeaten start More...

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By Dan Creese On Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

Three Key Battles: Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea remain at the peak of the Premier League table despite drawing a blank in a tame 0-0 draw last weekend against a resolute Sunderland side, and in doing so Gus Poyet’s men became the first team to stop More...

By James McCrae On Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Costa suspension won’t matter says Mourinho

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said that the suspension of top scorer Diego Costa will not matter when his side play Tottenham on Wednesday. Goal. Com reports that the Spaniard who joined the club in August, More...

By James McCrae On Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Pellegrini looking to keep Lampard

Manuel Pellegrini is hoping he can keep Frank Lampard at Manchester City into February despite his contract ending at the start of January. The Express reports that the manager is hoping to keep the 36 year old More...



Nickname: The Blues

Formed: 1905

Stadium: Stamford Bridge (41,837)

League titles: 4

FA Cup wins: 7

League Cup wins: 4

European Cup/Champions League wins: 1

Manager: Jose Mourinho



Chelsea were formed in 1905, and are actually based in nearby Fulham.

The side had to wait until 1955 for their first success, when they won the Football League.

The club had to wait yet again for more success, until they won the 1970 FA Cup and 1971 Cup Winners Cup.

The last 15 years have been the club’s most successful however, first under Ruud Gullit and then Gianluco Vialli, and then since Russian billionaire Roman Abromovich bought the club in 2003, under Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti.Chelsea News

The club won the Premier League in 2005, 2006 and 2010, and the FA Cup in 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2012.

Chelsea also reached the 2008 Champions League final, where they were beaten agonisingly on penalties by Manchester United.

The pain of that loss – and John Terry’s crucial miss from the spot – lingered, and perhaps still does.

However, the pain was made a little easier in 2012 when, against all the odds, Chelsea won the Champions League for the first time.

They beat Bayern Munich on their own turf in the final in a penalty shoot-out, with Didier Drogba proving to be their talisman and scoring the winning spot-kick with his last kick of a ball for the club.

That triumph was achieved under Roberto Di Matteo, who was harshly sacked last season despite looking to be in title contention at the time.

Rafael Benitez was an unpopular choice to replace him on an interim basis, but he did guide Chelsea to Champions League qualification and won the Europa League.

During the season, midfielder Frank Lampard became Chelsea’s record goalscorer, overtaking the legendary Bobby Tambling, who was a star for the Blues in the 60s.

Benitez’s relative success was not enough to help him keep the job on a permanent basis, with Mourinho returning to the Bridge after much speculation in the summer of 2013.

Now, with uncertainty among some of Chelsea’s title rivals, Mourinho will be looking to deliver the Premier League trophy yet again for the club he holds so close to his heart.

Current squad:

Goalkeepers –

Petr Cech

Mark Schwarzer


Thibaut Courtois (on loan at Atletico Madrid)


Defenders –

John Terry

David Luiz

Ashley Cole

Branislav Ivanovic

Gary Cahill

Cesar Azpilicueta

Ryan Bertrand

Sam Hutchinson (on loan at Vitesse Arnhem)

Wallace (on loan at Inter Milan)

Nathan Ake

Tomas Kalas

Kenneth Omeruo

Patrick van Aanholt (on loan at Vitesse Arnhem)


Midfielders –

Frank Lampard

Juan Mata

Eden Hazard




Michael Essien

John Obi Mikel

Victor Moses (on loan at Liverpool)

Kevin De Bruyne

Marco van Ginkel

Nathaniel Chalobah

Lucas Piazon (on loan at Vitesse Arnhem)

Josh McEachran

Christian Atsu (on loan at Vitesse Arnhem)

Oriol Romeu (on loan at Valencia)

Gael Kakuta (on loan at Vitesse Arnhem)

Marko Marin (on loan at Sevilla)


Strikers –

Fernando Torres

Andre Schurrle

Romelu Lukaku (on loan at Everton)

Samuel Eto’o

Demba Ba

Islam Feruz

Stipe Perica (on loan at NAC Breda)

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