CPO Say No To Chelsea

On the train home from Liverpool last night after their League Cup win at Everton, Chelsea supporters could have been forgiven having something on their minds. For today, considerations regarding the Champions League, the Premier League, the League Cup and even the...

John Terry & Presumptions Of Innocence And Guilt

In the shadows of Manchester City’s extraordinary 6-1 win at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon, one of the Premier League season’s more eyebrow-raising results of the season so far was being played out at Loftus Road, as newly-promoted Queens Park Rangers...

Is A Battle For Stamford Bridge About To Begin?

It hasn’t always been about the Champions League and domestic doubles for Chelsea Football Club. The club’s saga over its ownership of Stamford Bridge was – at a time during which it had nothing like the status that it has today – one of the...

The Beauty & Glory Of Missing An Open Goal

He shoots, he scores! Or, if you happened to be Fernando Torres yesterday afternoon, you didn’t. There are several reasons why a Premier League match which had, as they say, a little bit of everything will most likely remembered for one moment of aberration,...