My top 5 football comebacks

After the week of European football we just had, this seems like a opportune time to talk about some of the greatest football comebacks. Off the bat, I hereby swear that not every entry on this list will be a Chelsea comeback. There have been more than a few for the Blues but there are… Continue reading My top 5 football comebacks

As the Premier League reaches it’s conclusion,who’s going to win the race for the Top Four?

Well, as we reach the business end of the Premier League season, the race for the top four is hotting up. While Liverpool and Manchester City trade blows and leapfrog each other as they chase the title, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are all still in the hunt for a Champions League qualifying spot… Continue reading As the Premier League reaches it’s conclusion,who’s going to win the race for the Top Four?

VAR. Just… just VAR.

One of the main talking points for the last couple weeks in football has been Video Assistant Referee (VAR). It of course gave Manchester United the penalty from which they scored to complete their turnaround against Paris Saint Germain, Victor Lindelof having a red card overturned into a yellow, and then of course the lack… Continue reading VAR. Just… just VAR.

What will Chelsea do in the January transfer window?

Well, here we go again, the January transfer window is upon us. The last minute deals, the constant speculation, Harry Redknapp driving away from his club's ground at a ridiculous hour in the morning, and as usual Chelsea are being linked with a name for almost position you can have on a football pitch. However,… Continue reading What will Chelsea do in the January transfer window?

“Give the kids a chance Maurizio!” But should he?

One thing that Chelsea and all the usual top 6 clubs get criticised for is not affording younger players from their respective academies opportunities in the first team. It's all very well rotating the side of the early rounds of the League Cup, where if you get knocked out, no one is really that disappointed.… Continue reading “Give the kids a chance Maurizio!” But should he?

Can Chelsea really challenge for the Premier League title?

10 games into this Premier League season and Maurizio Sarri is still unbeaten as Chelsea manager. No one else has done that. Not Ancelotti, not Conte, certainly not Scolari, certainly not Villas-Boas, not even Mourinho managed that as Chelsea manager in either of his spells in charge. And this early season run of form has… Continue reading Can Chelsea really challenge for the Premier League title?