Blues Give Watford What For

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January 4, 2010

Chelsea sealed their passage to the FA Cup fourth round with an emphatic 5-0 win over Watford at Stamford Bridge. Two goals from Daniel Sturridge, plus goals from Florent Malouda, Frank Lampard and an own goal from John Eustace were more than enough for victory. As predicted, the side was a mix of youth and experience, with Hilario, Belletti, Sturridge and the underutilised Zhirkov included, as well as Matic, Kakuta…

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Spotlight: Kerry Dixon

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January 3, 2010

Kerry Dixon was a classic English centre forward, and a master goalscorer. His strength, ability in the air and eye for goal saw him score 193 goals for Chelsea over nine seasons. In addition to his exploits at club level, during his time at Chelsea he was capped by England and travelled to the 1986 World Cup, where he made a substitute appearance against Portugal. Dixon scored four times in…

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Another Year, Another Chelsea Site

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January 2, 2010

So, if you’re reading this you’re probably a Chelsea fan. Chances are, like many of us, you scour the internet for scraps and news about the football club you love to follow. We know you do, we do it too, but there’s a problem with so many Chelsea sites these days that, borne out of frustration, led a few Chelsea supporters who’ve been heavily involved in the running of Chelsea…

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Watford Approach

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January 1, 2010

Chelsea host Watford in the FA Cup Third Round this Saturday in the first match of the New Year, and indeed the new decade. Chelsea ended 2009 with a rather shaky December and will be looking to kick start 2010 with a strong January, beginning with this FA Cup tie. Expect the likes of Gael Kakuta, Fabio Borini and Daniel Sturridge to feature heavily as Chelsea are without Didier Drogba,…

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Debt Free

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January 1, 2010

It’s fair to say that one of the most common snipes from opposition supporters since Roman bought the club back in 2003, was that we’d be up the creek should he ever decide to leave us. This wasn’t strictly true, but with the ‘debt’ millstone around our necks, many took aim and fired without seeing the irony of their own situation. Yes supporters of Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United, I…

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TheChels.net Launches!

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January 1, 2010

So here WE are! The last but most certainly not least of the initial triumvirate of TheChels sites, designed to provide you with whatever Chelsea FC fix it is you are seeking. You may have noticed we’re a bit of a wordy bunch over here at the TheChels.net, that’s simply because it’s what we do. Here we hope to provide you with match reports and previews that aren’t boring and…

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Happy New Year

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December 31, 2009

Christmas is over and tonight is the last big hurrah before thoughts turn to a long January month of work ahead. So before you all head off out on your respective New Years Eve journeys, we’d just like to wish you all a very happy new year, and hope you have a great evening. Remember to have fun, stay carefree and keep the blue flag flying high. TheChels

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Congratulations Roman

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December 5, 2009

We would like to send our congratulations to Roman Abramovich on the birth of his baby son. Roman was reported to be “ecstatic” last night after becoming a father for the sixth time. Roman’s girlfriend, fellow Russian Dasha Zhukova, gave birth to a baby boy on Thursday afternoon with his Roman at her bedside. The pair have decided to name the child Aaron Alexander Abramovich. Abramovich, 42, also has two…

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TheChels.net Goes Beta

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December 5, 2009

Well here it is, the very first real post on our shiny new website.  We deleted all the test ones, if anyone had seen them we’d have been visited by the men in coats and carted off to the loony bin. However, we’re now on our way and those of you who are with us at this stage will probably know about our video site over at TheChels.tv, and also…

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