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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.

Major Clearout on Cards

Is it the end of Avram Grant’s short reign as Chelsea manager. Chelsea’s Chief Executive, Peter Kenyon, is refusing to confirm that Grant will remain as the manager next season after the first trophy less season since the arrival of Russian billionaire, Roman Abramovich. Nobody ...

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Mosow Heartbreak, but We’ll be Back

Manchester United 1 Chelsea 1 (6-5 penalties)Man Utd Goals: Ronaldo 26Chelsea Goals: Lampard 45Sent off: Drogba 116Well, the season’s over. Our last chance to get a silverware this season ended in disappointed. The way in which we lost was the most disappointing. Losing after the ...

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Chelsea FC Quickhits- May 21st, 2008

1.) Defender Ashley Cole badly injured his ankle during training when Claude Makelele jumped into him in a two footed tackle. Makelele is 35 years old and is one of the experienced member of the squad. Now why is there a need to tackle such ...

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Chelsea FC: Today’s Top Stories

1.) Inter Milan are reported to have agreed a four year deal with Frank Lampard, whose contract runs out in a year. These reports have been claimed rubbish by Lampard’s agent. Reports about Lampard switching clubs now will most probably not be true because it ...

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Man Utd v Chelsea | 21st May @ 19:45 UK

Chelsea take on Manchester United in the final of the biggest Club competition in the world, The Champions League. This match even though taking place in Moscow, looks like a home match as this is the place where Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich grew up as ...

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Road to Moscow

On 21st May, 2008, Chelsea face Manchester united in the Champions League final. Before previewing the game itself lets take a look back at some of the key moments during this wonderful journey to Moscow. 1.) Chelsea 1 – Rosenberg 1 This was the match ...

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Drogba’s Milan dream

Here he goes again. Drogba is certainly on of the best strikers in the world, but when it comes to keeping his mouth shut he is certainly not one of the guys you can trust. Just a week before the Champions League final, the striker ...

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