Chelsea will reach a big moment in their history when they arrive at Wembley today not just because of the opportunity to complete a ‘Double’ but because it marks the first game in a new era without captain John Terry, the man behind so much of their modern success. So, the big question is who will step up to replace him?
Sat, 27 May, 2017
The ability of Chelsea as a football club to snatch ignominy from the jaws of victory can never be underestimated, although last night’s victory at the Hawthorns at least protects a memorable Premier League campaign with another title, their fifth of the Abramovich era, writes
Sun, 14 May, 2017
Roman Abramovich’s decision to sack Roberto Di Matteo just 186 days after he won the Champions League, underlined — as if it really needed emphasising — that Football Plc has finally sucked out all the goodness from a sport that used to be known as the beautiful game and yet is now beholden almost entirely to the ruthless rules of big business.
Thu, 22 Nov, 2012
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has defended the number of managerial changes at Stamford Bridge since Roman Abramovich took over the club in 2003 and believes the club’s success in that period vindicates their policy of always having “the right manager” in place.
Fri, 27 Apr, 2012