• UEFA Youth League: Chelsea 2-2 FC Porto (Chelsea win 5-4 on penalties)
  • Under-18s: Chelsea 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur
  • The Loan Report: April 9-15
  • Under-18s: West Ham United 1-5 Chelsea
  • Development Squad: Chelsea 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur
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Under-18s: Fulham 0-1 Chelsea

A second-half goal from Charlie Brown kept Chelsea’s Under-18s six points clear at the top of the Under-18 Premier League after beating Fulham 1-0 on Friday night to kick off the first of a double-header of fixtures against their West London neighbours. On a terribly cold evening at the Motspur Park training ground, Jody Morris’ youngsters kicked off knowing that closest title rivals Arsenal had reduced their advantage at the…

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UEFA Youth League: Chelsea 5-2 Feyenoord

Chelsea’s UEFA Youth League adventure continues following a handsome 5-2 win over Feyenoord to set up a Quarter Final trip to Real Madrid next month. An action-packed first twenty minutes saw four goals as the Blues flew out of the traps at Aldershot, quickly finding themselves two goals to the good courtesy of Ethan Ampadu and Daishawn Redan, and although Achraf El Bouchataoui quickly halved the deficit, Juan Castillo restored…

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The Loan Report: February 12-18

Michy Batshuayi continues to do the business at Dortmund and scored twice against Atalanta in the Europa League this week to ensure he takes the headlines in this latest edition of the Loan Report. Headliners The Belgian forward had already made an instant impact at the Westfalenstadion after his deadline-day move, scoring three goals in his first two appearances, and his second-half heroics against Atalanta on Thursday ensured the Germans…

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Development Squad: Manchester United 0-4 Chelsea

A Chelsea Development Squad team missing six key players beat Manchester United 4-0 at Leigh Sports Village on Friday night to ease their own relegation concerns whilst piling them on their hosts in an emphatic victory. Juan Castillo, Kylian Hazard, Reece James and Harvey St Clair all scored in a comprehensive success for a depleted squad, and the three points move them up to sixth in the twelve-team league with…

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