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Chelsea FC – Premier League Championship by the Numbers

Posted on 4 May, 2015, by in Soccer

With another narrow, less than impressive victory, Chelsea Football Club, led by Jose Mourinho and starring Eden Hazard, Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa, has claimed the 2014-2015 English Premier League … More

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Chelsea FC – Diego Costa Living Up to Expectations

Posted on 24 Aug, 2014, by in Soccer

In yet another mostly comfortable win over a newly promoted side, Chelsea once again showcased a big difference to last year’s team: Having a capable striker in Diego Costa, who has opened his Premier League chapter with two goals in two matches. More

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Chelsea FC – Cesc Fabregas Makes a Triumphant Premier League Return

Posted on 19 Aug, 2014, by in Soccer

It couldn’t have been a better performance from Chelsea as they opened their Premier League title bid looking very convincing in what could have been a tricky road match. Cesc Fabregas, above everyone else, looked like the perfect signing, feeling quite comfortable being at the center of everything once again after three seasons of not quite understanding what his role is. More

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Eden Hazard Doesn’t Want You to Google Bad Things About Him

Posted on 15 Aug, 2014, by in Soccer

One interesting way to make a terrible World Cup campaign disappear is actually asking Google to remove all the bad reviews of your performances from their search engine. Or at least that is what Eden Hazard has been thinking. More

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2014 World Cup – Eden Hazard Still Needs to Show us Something

Posted on 23 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

A lot of expectations from Eden Hazard, but the star of the Belgium national football team hasn’t lived up to them so far. However, one moment of breaking free from a match-long of tight marking was enough for him to set up a winning goal for Divock Origi and help his team clinch a spot in the round of 16. More


Chelsea FC – Jose Mourinho and a Season of Failure

Posted on 12 May, 2014, by in Soccer

Beating the top two sides four times is nice, but that wasn’t why Jose Mourinho was rehired by Chelsea. A successful and equally arrogant manager was brought back to win titles, or at least do better than last season. The end result? No improvement in the league in terms of position, and reaching the Champions League semifinal, where awful football paved the way for a painful exit on their home ground. More

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Eden Hazard Breaks a Camera in Belgium Training

Posted on 8 Apr, 2014, by in Soccer

You never know what’s true and what’s fake or slightly edited on the Internet these days, so there are a couple of doubts about how real this video released by the Belgian FA of Eden Hazard playing some keepie-uppie with Marouane Fellaini, Jan Vertonghen and Axel Witsel before volleying a ball and breaking a camera before bursting out laughing. More

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Chelsea FC – Eden Hazard Showcasing the Full Package

Posted on 9 Feb, 2014, by in Soccer

This is what Chelsea expected to see at some point from Eden Hazard when they first signed him – not just a hat-trick, but pretty much dominating every time he touched the ball, showing his full diversity of talents, from being a speedy winger to even a target man when necessary. More

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Chelsea FC – Fernando Torres Finally Gets Lucky

Posted on 2 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

Business as usual at Chelsea, despite the difficult away match. Jose Mourinho is spinning the truth about Oscar and his dive, although what really should be the main issue was his best match this season; Juan Mata is unhappy and on the verge of leaving, while Fernando Torres finally scores a goal. More

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Chelsea FC – Fernando Torres is The Only Bright Spot

Posted on 15 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Being the first to jump on a rebound and score only his second goal of the Premier League season, Fernando Torres was the only thing worth mentioning after another boring and disappointing display from Chelsea, which was enough for a win and getting closer to the top spot, but also another reason for Jose Mourinho to use a fresh bag of excuses on why his team isn’t looking good at the moment. More