Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Chelsea 2 - 1 Fulham

CHELSEA remain top of the table with 5 points clear ahead of Manchester United after a win against their London rivals, Fulham.

Chelsea came from a goal down in the first half and then fought back like Champions are supposed to in the second half.

Goals came from Didier Drogba and an own goal from a Fulham player.

This win gives Manchester United some pressure to keep up with us.


Sunday, December 13, 2009

Chelsea 3 - 3 Everton

I knew that we were bound to drop points at home at some point but it wasn't an overall bad performance because all the three goals scored by Everton were very lucky indeed.

Didier Drogba scored two superb goals and Nicolas Anelka scored the other one.

Still at the top of the table with a 3 point lead.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Man. City 2 - 1 Chelsea

Chelsea lost another away game to a pumped-up Manchester City with they're players were playing exceptionally well and to be honest, they deserved to win.

Chelsea had an unwanted performance and to add things worse, the ref was terrible and Lampard missed a penalty...

Chelsea are still on top but with a cut gap of just 2 points.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Frank Lampard: Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anleka are best in the world!

FRANK LAMPARD has hailed Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka as the best strikers in the world.

Chelsea striker Drogba smashed two goals against Arsenal on Sunday.

And Lampard believes the Blues pair are on fire right now.

He said: "Didier is so strong and his all-round game is brilliant.

"When he plays his best I don't think there is anyone to match him.

"And I want to talk about Nicolas as well because he is right up there with him.

"We have the best strikers in the world.

"When you have those men up front who are organised like we have, their partnership is absolutely formidable.

"We came to the Arsenal game with the confidence we had after the result against Wolves and the win against Porto.

"It's great when you carry those through to the big games.

"When you are playing well and a lot of big players are fit and playing well then you go to games with a winning belief."

Monday, November 30, 2009

Arsenal 0 - 3 Chelsea


What a great performance from the blue boys. Solid rock at the back, dominant in midfield and superb attacking play!

2 goals from Didier Drogba and an own goal from Vermaelen sealed Chelsea's victory at the Emirates Stadium. Plus, its another 90 minutes without conceding a goal!

Another win against one of the "Big 4" clubs and we're still on top with a 5 point gap!


Thursday, November 26, 2009

Porto 0 - 1 Chelsea

Chelsea went to the "Dragon's Den" and broke the Dragon's arm, twisted his neck, and stomped it to the ground!

A goal from Anelka was enough to put Chelsea on top of Group D with one game left against Apoel Nicosia.

Nothing much to say but it was an expected easy win!


Sunday, November 22, 2009

Chelsea 4 - 0 Wolves

Chelsea dominated the whole game without Lampard, Ballack, Deco and still are unstoppable!

Goals came from Malouda, Essien scoring twice and Joe Cole.

But the highlight of the night was the introduction of Gael Kakuta who was brilliant and showed why he's the cost of two season buying ban!

Another Chelsea new boy was Serbian Nemanja Matic who came in for goal-scorer, Malouda. He's dubbed as the new left-footed Patrick Vieira because of the way he plays and for his height!

A big win for Chelsea and currently we are 8 points clear on top! (But we'll have to see how the Mancs will do later against another blue team, Everton.)


Monday, November 9, 2009

Chelsea 1 - 0 Manchester United

Chelsea Wins!

A very nerve-wrecking game indeed and a well-deserved win for the mighty Blues! The super pair of Drogba and Anelka didn't do to well in the attack but John Terry was the hero of the day! He scored with a header in a set-piece.

Although I think that the ref had so many bad calls for both side but I am really sure that Sir Alex Ferguson has a lot more to say about the refs, like always!

This win means that Chelsea are secure at the top with a gap of 5 points ahead.


Sunday, November 8, 2009

Chelsea vs Manchester United Preview.

Tonight, Chelsea will host Manchester United.

Chelsea pair Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka are both in top form at the moment and not forgetting the free scoring midfielders in Michael Ballack, Michael Essien, Frank Lampard and Deco are also deadly with their shots. This will be a big worry for Alex Ferguson because his usually Mr. Reliable Rio Ferdinand is out with a calf injury. That leaves a back-line of Vidic, Evra, Evans, O'shea and Brown. None of them good enough up against Drogba and Anelka!

Chelsea's defence are without Bosingwa, but Ivanovic is a more capable defender who can definitely score in set-pieces and corners. John Terry will be partnering Carvalho and the left back slot will be Ashley Cole.

Midfield should be Essien at the bottom of the diamond formation, Ballack on the left, Lampard on the right and Deco on top.

All in all, this should be an exciting game!


Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Any Suggestion?

As we know, this sunday will be a great battle between Chelsea and Manchester United.. The game will take place around 10 pm local time.. Any ideas and suggestion for the gathering if you guys want it, share it on the chatbox..

Place Recommendation: My Nest Cafe (Serusop)

Ancelotti After The Match Against Bolton

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Bolton Wanderers 0 - 4 Chelsea

Chelsea's incredible form continues as they destroyed Gary Megson's men once again in the Premier League with the same scoreline, 0- 4.

Bolton had no reply to Chelsea at all and to make things worse, they were a man down after J. Samuel was sent off. From there, Chelsea were flawless!

Goals came from Frank Lampard, Deco, Zat Knight (o.g) and Didier Drogba.

Chelsea will be up against Atletico Madrid next and then a home match against Manchester United.


Saturday, October 31, 2009

2009 Fifa World Player of the Year

Chelsea have 5 short-listed players for the award:

1. Didier Drogba

2. John Terry

3. Michael Ballack

4. Michael Essien

5. Frank Lampard

Other short-listed players are C. Ronaldo, L. Messi, Kaka, F. Torres, D. Villa and more.

My best bet for a Chelsea player to win the award is Chelsea's Captain, JOHN TERRY. Who do you think?


Friday, October 30, 2009

Chelsea 4 - 0 Bolton Wanderers

No surprises there as the mighty Blues swept away the Flu-hit club Bolton Wanderers in the Carling Cup.

Many first team players were rested for this match and they included John Terry, Anelka, Lampard, Cech, Carvalho with Alex, Ferreira and Joe Cole all starting after a lengthy injury. Strikers upfront were Sturridge and Kalou. Midfielders were Deco in the back, Ballack on the right, Malouda on the left and Joe Cole on the tip of the diamond formation.

Goals came from Kalou, Malouda, Deco and Drogba.

The two sides will meet again at the Reebok Stadium and I'd have to say that it should be a good game to watch! Don't miss it guys!


Sunday, October 25, 2009

Chelsea 5 - 0 Blackburn Rovers.

A superb performance from the blue boys against the once mighty Blackburn Rovers.

Chelsea dominated the game from the start and goals came from Givet (O.G), Lampard scoring twice, Drogba and a super thunderbolt from Michael Essien! There was nothing much the Blackburn boys could do with Essien, Ballack and Lampard commanding the midfield and also with Anelka, Drogba and Joe Cole terrorizing the Blackburn defence.

There were many chances and on-target shots but the former England no.1 Goalkeeper, Robinson, had made good saves including a super shot from Chelsea's Captain, John Terry.

This means Chelsea has scored a total of 9 goals in two games and are currently on top of the table. Tonight, Manchester United will play at Anfield and let's just hope that Liverpool can give a good fight. A draw or a win for Liverpool will keep Chelsea top of the table.

Chelsea's win was a good gift for Roman Abramovich, who celebrated his birthday yesterday!


Sunday, October 4, 2009

Chelsea vs Liverpool Match Review

Tonight is the night that everyone is waiting for especially for us the Chelsea fan and for those who supported Liverpool. A big match will be held tonight (local time at 10.55pm) at the Stamford Bridge between Chelsea and Liverpool. Millions of viewers around the world will be watching this exciting match, so don't miss watching it LIVE at Astro channel 812 (ESPN). As you can read in the tagboard, tonight, the BCFC admin is organizing gathering for Chelsea fan watching the match together-gether at the MyNest Cafe, Serusop at 10pm. So if any of you are free, you can watch the match there. I won't be joining them watching the match tonight as my condition tidak mengizinkan (Damam ku geng) and I will be watching the match alone in my room with pop corns and green tea beside my bed.. kesian kan? anyways.. back to the match preview..

Currently the Blues is in the 2nd in the league after dropping their first points of the season in last weekend’s 3-1 loss to Wigan. Chelsea will be without goalkeeper Petr Cech for the match through suspension, after the Czech international was sent off in last weekend’s loss. However Didier Drogba, who was suspended for the match against APOEL Nicosia, will return for this crucial clash against Liverpool. Michael Ballack should return for the Blues after recovering from a calf injury that kept him sidelined against Wigan.

These games are never without controversy though, which makes them all the more difficult to predict and whilst Benitez seems happy to focus on their double over Chelsea last season, unsurprisingly, he conveniently forgets who put them out of last year's Champions League. Another thing that makes this game difficult to work out is both our recent performances, because whilst Liverpool looked to be scoring goals for fun in the league last week, in the Champions League they were disaster. And after our defeat to Wigan last weekend, a mid-week struggle against Apoel Nicosia wasn't exactly an inspiring performance in the build up for this either.

Liverpool will hope to have midfielder Javier Mascherano after the hamstring ruled him out of midweek. Fabio Aurelio will be sent to the bench if Mascherano returns. Martin Skrtel and Jamie Carragher will keep their places although Daniel Agger is closing on full fitness following a back injury. Fernando Torres and Steven Gerard was kept quiet against Florentina so they will want to silence their critcis here.

Predictions: Knowing Peter Cech is not playing at this match, i have a bad feelings that the Blues won't win the match but it will be a draw match. But i am hoping will win this match, i still have the faith for that.. GO BLUESSS.. UP THE BLUES..

Referee: Martin Atkinson

Enjoy the match... !!!!

Saturday, October 3, 2009


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Chelsea 1 - 0 Porto

Chelsea defeated FC Porto 1 - 0 in the UEFA Champions League last night. Nicolas Anelka proved Chelsea can survive and prosper without banned Didier Drogba as the France international settled their opening Champions League qualifying game against Porto with a second half winner.

Anelka, given the task of filling a lone role in attack in the absence of the suspended Ivory Coast international, struck three minutes after the interval to dispel any lingering doubts that Chelsea cannot cope without the talismanic Drogba.

Drogba is banned for the first three Group D games following his foul-mouthed rant after the semi-final defeat to Barcelona last season, but Anelka, as he has so often done in the past, made the most of his opportunity to shine.

For the first time in the game, Carlo Ancelotti's side looked distinctly vulnerable as Porto launched a succession of counter-attacks.

They almost equalised when Guarin tested Cech with a powerful drive in the 75th minute and the Chelsea goalkeeper then produced another superb save to prevent substitute Silvestre Varela from finding the net with an angled drive.

It was an anxious time for the home side and Ancelotti was quick to see the danger, taking off Kalou and replacing him with defender Juliano Belletti.

Regarding the win, Ancelotti claimed the result was good, but added that the performance was not worthy of commendation. However, he claimed that Porto were the toughest contenders in their group, so it was important to start by accumulating maximum points in the first round of group action.

Regarding the performance of Salomon Kalou, who was deputising for the suspended Didier Drogba, Ancelott said: "Didier is an important player for us but Kalou did a very good job.

"Nicolas is a great player. He can play without Didier and with Didier. He has no problem."

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Chelsea Vs Porto FC Match Review

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Europe's premier club competition is back, as Chelsea begin their march towards the one title they have not yet laid their hands on

Chelsea first opponent are a side who have won it twice. FC Porto quite sensationally clinched the trophy in the 2003-04 season, when our boys crashed out in the semi-finals to AS Monaco. The season after that Jose Mourinho left the Portuguese club to take charge at the Bridge, and although he went on to win back to back league titles, failed to bring European success to West London, as did the three people who succeeded him in the hot seat.

And so it all begins again, and this time in our relentless attempt to go the distance, we've got another Champions League winning coach, Carlo Ancelotti. He has overseen a fantastic start in the Premiership, where Chelsea lead the standings having won all five games so far, and now he will try to keep the momentum going against Porto.

Although we did not meet Porto in that 2003-04 season, we faced them twice since. Three seasons back we needed Michael Ballack to take us past them in the round of 16 stage, and in the 2004-05 season, where they were ofcorse the defending champions, we met them once again in the group stage. In those four meetings, we've won two games, drawn one and lost one. Both those wins however were at the Bridge.

Our form going into this game is as mentioned above, fantastic. 100% record in the league, top of the table, life could not be any sweeter. But we had to wait till the 94th minute to get the three points against Stoke City in the weekend, and if Porto employ the same tactics as Stoke, then it might again become difficult for us. But I dont think any team would want to play like that, and am pretty sure Porto wont.

We wont have the services of Didier Drogba and Jose Bosingwa though, both suspended from last season. Deco, Alex, Paulo Ferreira, Joe Cole and Yuri Zhirkov are all out with injuries, and as a result Carlo has had to name three youngsters in the squad in Sam Hutchinson, Jeffrey Bruma and Fabio Borini. Don't think it will reach a point where we will actually have to play them, but still its a great opportunity for them to get a taste of this massive competition.

For Porto, they will hope to progress to the quarter finals after they were edged out 3-2 by Manchester United last season. Currently they are unbeaten in their first four domestic matches of the season and have no major injury problems after welcoming back Cristian Rodriguez into the side.

Which team do you think will win the match? I'll pick Chelsea, what about you guys?