Wembley has been like a second home for Chelsea over the years. Chelsea’s four FA Cup titles in the last six years is a testament to this fact. Roberto Mancini’s men may be the favourites ahead of the Chelsea vs Manchester City 2013 FA Cup semi-final match, but our success in this competition over the years should give the players plenty of confidence. Both teams need success in this c
The rout has begun. Chelsea are finally back to the best as they thrashed Ipswich town by seven goals. So, does this mean that all of troubles that Carlo Ancelotti and his men faced until now are over? No, beating a managerless Ipswich town side that is struggling at the foot of the championship table is certainly not a big deal. But what it gives is some much-needed confidence to the players that
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 he has managed to eradicate the ghost of Mourinho that has haunted Stamford Bridge ever since he left Chelsea in 2007 by going one better than Mourin
It’s Chelsea vs Portsmouth at Wembley on Sunday. You sometimes wonder whether Portsmouth should have been allowed to take part in the FA Cup let alone play in the final. That is because of the severe levels of mismanagement that has taken place at the South Coast club over the last few years under their chief executive, Peter Storrie. Portsmouth have debts of £138 million. Yes, £138 million.
Aston Villa 0 Chelsea 3 Mikel trying to get away from Petrov. Chelsea are through to yet another FA cup final and Drogba scores yet again in a final. He is really the man for the big games, isn’t he? Chelsea make it into the tenth FA cup final in the club’s history. That is the kind of record that every English club would die for. We are still in a chance for our first League and FA c
The FA Cup is always a special trophy for Chelsea having won it 5 times during Abramovich and pre-Abramovich era. And for that, Wembley always feels like a second home to Chelsea. It was also the first trophy that Chelsea won after Jose Mourinho left us and thanks to Guus Hiddink for that. Now we have a chance to win it for a sixth time. Semi-finals of a cup competition are never going to be easy