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About Jim

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  • Birthday September 28

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  • Bio I'm the founder here at Talk Chelsea.
  • Gender Male
  • Location England
  • 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.
  • Interests Web Design, Graphics, Photoshop

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  1. You either love the transfer window, or you hate it. It is filled with rumours, speculation, predictions, more rumours, more speculation, and eventually when we are all old and grey, and announcement of a new signing. But I am guessing that the fact you have arrived at this article means that you are a fan […]View the full article
  2. After an exceptionally long season, Chelsea finished fourth in the Premier League, level on points with Manchester United but losing out on goal difference. It was a tough battle right down to the last game just to scrape into the top four, but the reality is that the Blues were a mile off Liverpool at […]View the full article
  3. With Liverpool’s first Premier League title for 30 years all but wrapped up by Christmas, the focus for the concluding weeks of the season turned to the always entertaining battle for the Champions League places. Last year all of the competing teams were truly abysmal in crawling towards the line to qualify, and while the […]View the full article
  4. The Premier League transfer window only opened yesterday, but Chelsea have already made two significant signings. The previously agreed deals to bring in Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner have now been concluded, and the pair are already training at Cobham – with two matches still left to play in the 2019-2020 season. There may even […]View the full article
  5. There is no doubt right now that Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is unsure on his number one goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. The Spanish international has been inconsistent this season to say the least, and it appears that he may not fit the type of profile stopper that Lampard wants at the heart of his defence. But […]View the full article
  6. It looks like it could be a pretty busy summer at Chelsea this year. In fact, after the announcement that the transfer window will be running for ten weeks this summer into October, it might actually end up being a busy Autumn as well. Having already signed Hakim Ziyech and Timo Wernrer, Chelsea are looking […]View the full article
  7. Ben Chilwell is ‘not for sale and it is as simple as that’, says Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers as he addressed the media via zoom today. "He's not for sale, simple as that." – Brendan Rodgers sends a message to clubs hoping to sign Ben Chilwell in the transfer window [via @footballdaily] pic.twitter.com/ilvQpUpi3g — […]View the full article
  8. Against all the odds, Chelsea have been given a lifeline. Their 3-0 defeat against Sheffield United on Saturday looked like it was going to be a blow so devastating – both in terms of morale and in terms of points in the table – that it would not be possible to recover from. As it’s […]View the full article
  9. Chelsea fans were incredibly excited about the return of Tammy Abraham after the coronavirus break. The striker was injured when the season broke off, and getting him back for these remaining games was supposed to be a big boost. Instead, Olivier Giroud has proven to be the more effective option, both in scoring and linking […]View the full article
  10. I had some ‘conversations’ via my Twitter account earlier today regarding Ruben Loftus-Cheek. The short story is that I believe Loftus-Cheek will become very important for Chelsea once he returns to full match fitness, and some other fans oddly want him sold, or are criticising his performances this season. I mean, that is just absurd. […]View the full article
  11. When you love someone or something, you find various ways to show it. If you’re a Chelsea football lover, there are tons of ways to show your beloved intrigue with the team. While your sentiments might evolve and change over time, consider the following ways you can consistently show love to the Chelsea football team. […]View the full article
  12. Chelsea are gearing up for another important Premier League match tomorrow evening. Many will be looking to partake in some football betting ahead of this big match up between one side looking to qualify for Champions League football, and the other merely fighting for their Premier League survival. West Ham are currently joint second from […]View the full article
  13. Frank Lampard showed his tactical managerial versatility last week as he perfectly set up his team to out-fox Pep Guardiola and beat his Manchester City side. This weekend he needed to show another side of him in order to beat Leicester City in the FA Cup, his nasty side. As a result, Chelsea now have […]View the full article
  14. Pep Guardiola is one of the best in the business when it comes to coaching a team. He is surrounded by quality talent, but the way he gets his team to play can often be mesmerising. His players make it look easy to play against a high pressing team, always managing to have a spare […]View the full article
  15. Chelsea beat Aston Villa 2-1 in their first Premier League game in three and a half months yesterday, and although it has been such a long time since they played, not much has changed. Frank Lampard’s side literally bossed the whole game, coming away with 72% of the possession after 90 minutes. But it was […]View the full article