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By James Edwards
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May 23rd, 2016
Monday 16 May Brilliant. Just spectacularly brilliant – Manchester United planted their own bomb. Well, they invited in some security ‘experts’ – and we use the word expert in inverted commas because they appear to have been little better than polytec...
By Mark Worrall
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May 22nd, 2016
The referential term ‘legend’ is so hackneyed in modern vocabulary that the impact of its usage, particularly in football parlance, has become somewhat diluted. In order to emphasise the achievements of an individual we now find ourselves ...
By Mark Worrall
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May 22nd, 2016
In the wake of CFC’s recent, unsuccessful, attempt to secure the support required to initiate a transfer of the freehold of Stamford Bridge from the CPO, for me, the recent news that the club were re-examining the merits of the Battersea Power Station...
By Peter Sampson
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May 22nd, 2016
Originally published in 2007 in hardback format by Gate 17. One Man Went to Mow is technically viewed as the follow up title to Mark Worrall's best selling Chelsea title from 2004, Over Land and Sea....
By Peter Sampson
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May 22nd, 2016
Passion. Corruption. Determination. Devastation. The Red Hand Is The Colour Of Justice. This Anti-Nestle, Chelsea Supporting, Foot Soldier Of Faith Will Never Eat Shredded Wheat....
By James Edwards
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May 19th, 2016
Monday 9 May Manchester City U21 0:1 Chelsea U21 Charley Colkett slotted a late winner for the U21s as they approach the end of their season. A young side didn’t look overawed in the rather grand surroundings of the Etihad. One more trip to Leicester ...
By Justin Weible
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May 16th, 2016
For most Chelsea supporters, the 2015-2016 season will be a season to forget, or possibly not if you want the feeling of disappointment to linger in your memory. A 1-1 draw to Leicester City at Stamford Bridge is a fitting end to a season that has see...
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