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A full-time freelance copywriter, blogger, passionate Chelsea fan. It is often said that clubs choose you and not the other way around. Well, it is true in my case. Blue blood runs in my veins. Up the blues. KTBFFH. You can follow the author at Google and Twitter.

Essien to miss the 2010 FIFA World Cup

Photo Credit: Newscom In a major setback both for Chelsea and Ghana, Michael Essien is ruled out of the World Cup 2010 for Ghana. Essien is one of the best midfielders in the world and Chelsea fans have every right to be worried about him ...

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Chelsea Season Review 2009 -2010 DVD

Click here to pre-order it with upto 40% discount On June 7th ‘The Double: The Chelsea Season review 2009 -2010‘ is released on DVD, commemorating the first time Chelsea FC won both the Premiership title and the FA Cup. The film shows every one of ...

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Joe Cole looks set to leave Chelsea

When a player like Wayne Rooney says that Joe Cole is even more skilful than him, you really wonder why Chelsea are playing such a hard ball game with him. Only a month remains now after which Joe Cole will officially become a free agent. ...

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Chelsea Transfer News, 21st May

James Milner is the latest player to be linked with Chelsea. It has been reported in The Sun that Chelsea are going to battle with Manchester City to sign the versatile midfielder. Manchester City recently had their £20 million bid rejected by Aston Villa. It ...

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Chelsea Strike Gold in Ancelotti

Millions of pounds have been spent on three different managers since Jose Mourinho left Chelsea in September 2007. However, not one in Avram Grant, Scolari or Guus Hiddink could replicate Mourinho’s success for various reasons. Just at the time when all of Roman Abramovich’s decisions ...

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Chelsea vs Portsmouth: FA Cup Final Report

Chelsea have won the FA cup to record the club’s first ever double and things have not looked better than this in recent seasons for the blues. The victory provides a fitting finale to a great first season for Carlo Ancelotti. A season in which ...

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