Premier League Predictions & Travel Tips

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August 17, 2012

Ah, glorious August, when football fans up and down the country are filled with what usually turns out to be misplaced optimism about the fate of their teams over the coming nine months. And speaking of misplaced optimism, TheChels.Net has asked their resident Old Crone to look into her crystal ball and see what might lie ahead. Please note that these predictions may contain a hefty dose of bias and/or…

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Signs Of Improvement Despite Draw

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December 13, 2010

We went into the match hoping for a good performance and three points. We got the former, but sadly not the latter. A Pavlyuchenko opener for Spurs deflated Chelsea early on, yet a Didier Drogba goal courtesy of a rubbish save by Gomes sealed a point at least, yet a penalty in injury time that wasn’t converted by Didier meant we had to settle for the one, rather than all…

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Vote Your MOTM: Tottenham

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December 12, 2010

An absorbing match at White Hart lane saw Chelsea come away with a point, yet had it not been for a late Didier Drogba penalty miss, we could have won the match. The goal came courtesy of Drogba, and poor keeping by Gomes, and Chelsea on the whole looked better than in recent weeks. You voted the man of the match for Tottenham as John Terry. Thanks for voting. VOTING…

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Will The Real Chelsea FC Please Stand Up?

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December 12, 2010

This afternoon Chelsea face Spurs at White Hart Lane, in what begins a run of matches that could shape the destiny of our domestic campaign. After Spurs, our two following matches are against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge then Arsenal at the Cameldome. If November felt bad, December could end a lot worse. Tottenham have been in good form recently and have surprised almost everyone with the Champions League performances…

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Bad Day At The Office

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April 19, 2010

Chelsea’s title ambitions took a hefty blow after a 2-1 loss to Tottenham at White Heart Lane. Manchester United’s typically late win against Manchester City earlier in the day meant that the Blues lead had been cut down to a solitary point and so it remains, heading into the final three matches of the season. Ancelotti reverted back to the side that won the FA Cup semi final against Aston…

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Spurs Up Next

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April 16, 2010

Chelsea can take another huge step to regaining the English Premier League by beating Tottenham at White Hart Lane this weekend. Spurs themselves did Chelsea a huge favour by beating Arsenal last week, so hopefully they will be in just as helpful a mood this weekend. With the title within arms reach, Ancelotti has been using a 4-3-3 formation of late, rotating the centre forward and support players, ahead of…

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