• Development Squad: Manchester United 0-4 Chelsea
  • FA Youth Cup: Tottenham Hotspur 0-2 Chelsea
  • The Loan Report: February 5-11
  • Development Squad: Everton 2-1 Chelsea
  • Under-18s: Tottenham Hotspur 4-4 Chelsea
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Development Squad: Chelsea 3-2 Manchester City

Chelsea’s Development Squad signed off for 2017 with a remarkable 3-2 win against Manchester City at Aldershot’s EBB Stadium, having trailed until the last fifteen minutes of a match they rarely looked like taking anything from. Goals from Lorenzo Gonzalez and Benjamin Garré book-ended a first half where City were extremely comfortable, and they looked both measured and composed in building an advantage that scarcely looked in doubt until late…

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The Loan Report: December 11-17

Our loan attentions turn towards the Netherlands this week, where Marco van Ginkel and Mason Mount continue to earn positive reviews. Headliners Van Ginkel was, once again, front and centre for PSV as he struck twice away to Groningen (where Todd Kane played the last fifteen minutes) in midweek, and added another at home to ADO Den Haag on Saturday night. Two of his three tallies were penalties, but he’s…

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Football - Chelsea v Fulham - FA Youth Cup Final Second Leg - Stamford Bridge - 13/14 - 5/5/14
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FA Youth Cup: Chelsea 4-0 Scunthorpe United

Chelsea’s quest for a fifth successive FA Youth Cup is off and running after they beat Scunthorpe United 4-0 in the Third Round at Aldershot’s EBB Stadium on Friday night. The Blues were dominant from start to finish, but all too often found their finishing letting them down, only giving the scoreline the emphasis it deserved late in the day. Callum Hudson-Odoi led the way with another virtuoso display, whilst…

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The Drive For Five In A Row: A 2017-18 FA Youth Cup Preview

Manchester United are the only club to have won the FA Cup on five successive occasions, dominating the competition during its infancy in the 1950s, and the success cemented a philosophy that has seen the club feature at least one academy graduate in every single senior fixture for more than 80 years. As Chelsea embark upon a campaign in which they hope to join the Busby Babes in the history…

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