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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 winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has recently come back from a long term achilles injury that came along when he was just starting to show the true worth of his potential. The Blues academy graduate had earned a regular place under Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea, and he was delivering the goods and justifying being picked. He […]View the full article
  2. Chelsea manager Frank Lampard could find himself fairly busy during this January’s transfer window, in a situation that could unfold over the next couple of months. Chelsea are due at the Court of Arbitration for Sport on November the 20th, and will be hoping to have their transfer ban overturned in order to sign players […]View the full article
  3. Being a Chelsea fan I have grown used to fans of other clubs, pundits and people in football generally disliking our club over recent years. Since Roman Abramovich arrived and pumped a load of cash into the club, Chelsea started bringing in world class talent from all around the globe, and became one of the […]View the full article
  4. Chelsea had one of the craziest games in recent memory against Ajax in the Champions League on Tuesday night. From 4-1 down in the second half, the Blues showed the mental strength that has come to define them of late and ended up snatching a draw. They now host Crystal Palace tomorrow and look to […]View the full article
  5. Chelsea are still recovering from an emphatic match against Ajax on Tuesday evening, an eight goal thriller that saw them come back from 4-1 down just after half time, to draw the match 4-4. There will be a lot of heavy legs in training this week, but preparation has started for their next match on […]View the full article
  6. Mason Mount limped off with an ankle injury in Chelsea’s 4-4 draw with Ajax last night in the Champions League. Although Frank Lampard hoped that it was nothing serious, The Independent have reported that Mount will go for a scan and is likely to miss the next round of England matches on the international break. […]View the full article
  7. With Frank Lampard’s team earning their 5th Premier League win in a row, Chelsea’s good form continued last night with a win over Watford at Vicarage Road. That run, stretching back to the loss to Liverpool at the end of September, has seen a number of players step up and carry the team in different […]View the full article
  8. As winds ravaged the turf in Watford from the very first minute, both teams knew that they were in for a sluggish 90 minutes of football. Goals from Abraham and Pulisic proved that Chelsea weren’t even slightly hungover from their loss to Manchester United in the Carabao, while Gerard Deulofeu’s penalty late in the game […]View the full article
  9. We’re into November now, and Chelsea are entering into the busiest part of their season. The next few months will define the success of Frank Lampard’s debut campaign, and a first step on that road is the home game against Ajax in the Champions League. After losing the first game in the group, Chelsea bounced […]View the full article
  10. Chelsea have a number of injury issues in the squad right now, but none more crucial than at the left back spot. Emerson has been injured for many weeks now and has suffered another set back. Regarding #Emerson's continued absence from #cfc squad…after hearing a fortnight ago that he was being lined up to return […]View the full article
  11. When you talk about essential players at Chelsea you will probably head toward the likes of N’Golo Kante, Jorginho, and cases for Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Tammy Abraham and Callum Hudson-Odoi. But for some odd reason, Mateo Kovacic will often get overlooked. For me, Kovacic is just as essential to that Chelsea team now as Jorginho and […]View the full article
  12. Chelsea won their seventh game in a row yesterday, the latest impressive performance in a run that has seen them beat teams in Europe and in the Premier League, home and away. The whole team has been excellent through that period – you don’t pick up a record like that by chance – and everybody […]View the full article
  13. Burnley vs Chelsea Preview

    The Frank Lampard regime is finally setting in, and already the future at Stamford Bridge looks a lot brighter than many would have anticipated after the opening day defeat at Old Trafford. The Blues could sustain their place in the top four with a win this weekend, and should results also go their way then […]View the full article
  14. Frank Lampard has selection headaches all over the pitch right now with in form players and returning injured players staking claims for a start. It’s a great problem to have for the manager and something that the top sides need in the shape of strength in depth. But how do you keep all these players […]View the full article
  15. Chelsea take on Newcastle this weekend in the Premier League, and it’s hard to not forsee a thrilling game. There’s three points at stake in what should be a brilliant atmosphere at Stamford Bridge. If you have a free bet,and you’re going to use it on this game, back goals. It’s what anyone who has […]View the full article