Posts Tagged "Chelsea"

The Friday Cartoon: At Home With The Terrys

The Friday Cartoon: At Home With The Terrys

By on Jul 12, 2013 in Art, Latest | 0 comments

This morning’s Friday cartoon captures a freeze frame of a moment in the life of one of Britain’s best known families. With all due respect to the cartoonists of Punch magazine, here are the Terry family posing for a family portrait, circa 1913. Topical, eh? (Click on the picture to enlarge it) You can follow Dotmund on Twitter by clicking here.  You can...

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That Was The Weekend That Was: Bites, Fights & Bellyaching

By on Apr 22, 2013 in Latest, Opinion | 0 comments

Approximately seventy-three minutes into yesterday afternoon’s Premier League match between Liverpool and Chelsea, Luis Suarez slipped from the Anfield pitch and back into the dressing room. He emerged seconds later with his hair slicked back, wearing a black leather jacket and a white T-shirt, carrying a pair of water-skis, gave a thumbs up signal, said,...

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Hazard Vs The Ball Boy Shouldn’t Have Been Last Night’s Main Talking Point

By on Jan 23, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 5 comments

With so many people standing on either side of it screaming at each other, there is no room for sitting on the fence in modern football. So it is that we have to take sides over the tiny incident that will,by the time you read this, have swamped the football media to the exclusion of anything else. So, here’s a viewpoint on the matter, for what it’s...

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Agony, Ecstasy, Chelsea & Queens Park Rangers

By on Jan 3, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 1 comment

The crisis-o-meter klaxon sounded at just after twenty-five past nine last night at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea had suffered a stodgy evening against Queens Park Rangers, the sort of bad day at the office that all of us have from time to time, when everything takes thirty seconds longer than we were expecting it to and that inevitable feeling of clock-watching is...

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The Club World Cup Fails Engage… Again

By on Dec 17, 2012 in European Club Football, Latest | 3 comments

Chelsea’s bid to become the world champions of club football ended yesterday morning in Yokohama with an insipid defeat at the hands of the South American champions Corinthians of Sao Paolo. This was, perhaps, not too great a surprise. For all the talk of superlatives that seems to pepper football in the twenty-first century, FIFA’s World Club Cup has...

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