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Jim

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  • Bio I'm the founder here at Talk Chelsea.
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  • Favourite Chelsea Player N'Golo Kante
  • Fan Since 1994
  • First Match Norwich (A) 1994
  • Memory Makelele scoring a penalty in the last minute against Charlton.
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  1. Chelsea go into this summer transfer window without actually knowing whether they can sign players. It will all depend on the results of CAS’ investigation into the transfer ban handed to us by FIFA. If we could bring new players in, for one window at least, what would we prioritise? The first need of this […]View the full article
  2. Listen to some Chelsea fans and you’d forget we have a transfer ban at all. Blues are so confident that the Court of Arbitration for Sport is going to at least freeze our punishment that they are behaving exactly as though it didn’t exist at all. All the speculation for this summer has returned to […]View the full article
  3. Two of Chelsea’s loan army will be informed that they are to stay if Chelsea’s transfer ban remains in place this summer, according to The Sun. Chelsea sent 41 players out on loan this season, but as per The Sun’s report, Kurt Zouma and Tammy Abraham are the two who have been identified as potential […]View the full article
  4. Tiemoue Bakayoko will be heading back to Stamford Bridge, with AC Milan opting against purchasing the Frenchman on a permanent basis. This information comes from Italian outlet Calciomercato, who report that after much deliberation Milan have come to the decision to let Bakayoko leave. Bakayoko has been impressive for the Rossoneri this term, but with […]View the full article
  5. According to the Telegraph, Chelsea have not yet opened talks over extending Gonzalo Higuain’s stay at Stamford Bridge. Higuain was thought to be the solution to our goal-scoring woes, but has proven to be yet another contributor to the problem. As a result, the Telegraph believe that Chelsea have gone cold on the idea of […]View the full article
  6. Matt Law has published a report for the Telegraph which suggests that Chelsea may opt against freezing the transfer ban. As the report notes, the possibility of pushing the ban back in order to ensure we are able to make signings this summer has been frequently discussed. However, Matt Law’s information suggests that Chelsea may […]View the full article
  7. There has never been a better time for Chelsea to cash-in on left-back Marcos Alonso – and it looks as though we may be given an opportunity to do so. AS report that Atletico Madrid are keen on signing the Spain international. Filipe Luis is set to walk out the door (again) and Alonso has […]View the full article
  8. Chelsea have secured Champions League football for 2019-20, thanks to a top-four finish in the Premier League – but they had to labour to get the job done. The Blues are also set to face a fiercely contested transfer embargo, which could hamper their European preparations. This could also have serious implications elsewhere, given the […]View the full article
  9. Maurizio Sarri will have another winger at his disposal this coming pre-season, with Kenedy set to return to the club from his loan at Newcastle United. After a promising end of season spell at St. James’ Park in 2018, Newcastle opted to take Kenedy on loan for a full campaign this time around. It’s safe […]View the full article
  10. There’s no Chelsea return on the cards for Alvaro Morata. He appears set on remaining at Atletico Madrid for the foreseeable future. Morata returned to Madrid in January, with the Spaniard unable to improve his performances under the stewardship of Maurizio Sarri. He has enjoyed an upturn in form at the Wanda Metropolitano and appears […]View the full article
  11. The news that Ruben Loftus-Cheek had suffered an Achilles injury just weeks after Callum Hudson-Odoi was absolutely sickening for any Chelsea fan. We’ve waited ten years for young players from the academy to make it to the first team, and just as two of them managed it, they’ve been snatched away so cruelly. There’s always […]View the full article
  12. Antoine Griezmann yesterday announced that he would be leaving Atletico Madrid this window, one of those big money summer moves which is set to knock over all manner of dominoes. His expected destination is Barcelona, who are going to pay €125 for the Frenchman. He will be the forward they’re looking for, and will take […]View the full article
  13. Here’s an interesting thought experiment from Betway now we’ve reached the end of the season. What would have happened if you’d bet on Chelsea to win every game this season in the Premier League? Would you have made money? More money than you would have made if you’d bet on them to lose every game? […]View the full article
  14. If you were planning to go on a football betting site and bet on Chelsea, then there is something you should be aware of. After agreeing on terms with Cercle Brugge, Chelsea has declared that Kylian Hazard will be permanently transferred, after 11 appearances for their squad. Apparently, the loan to Cercle Brugge is permanent, […]View the full article
  15. In 2016 William Hill signed a three-year deal to make them the official betting partner of Chelsea. The deal meant that the popular sportsbook would host a match day betting service at Stamford Bridge, as well as occupying the team’s pitch side advertising boards and other social media posts. However, whilst William Hill and Chelsea […]View the full article