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  • Sat, 25 Jan 2020 19:57:24 +0000: Hull City 1-2 Chelsea: FA Cup fourth round – as it happened - Chelsea | The Guardian

    Hull battled hard but profligate Chelsea did just enough to make it into the fifth round

    That’s your lot! Richard Jolly was on point at the KCom, and here’s his verdict. Thanks for reading this MBM. Nighty night!

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    And now a word with Frank. “The good news is, we’re in the hat. The bad news is, that’s the small story of our big season. I don’t think Hull played that well in the first half, and I’m not disrespecting them because they showed in the second half that they can be really dangerous. But when a team aren’t playing so well, and we had the game in our grasp ... don’t try at Cruyff, don’t try something else, don’t chip a pass, when we do that we’re not a good team. It allows teams to stay in the game to the 94th minute and we caused our own problems. We have to keep working on that, because it’s going to define you. I sound like a broken record. We’re not making it count in terms of goals and firm results. It’s frustrating. In the last ten minutes we were allowing them to run two on two on our goal. Until we get those details right, we can’t close the gap. This has to be a constant message from me. The lessons are clear.”

    Grant McCann speaks. “I thought the two goals we conceded were sloppy, and we got punished. The second one is inexcusable, it’s really disappointing to lose a man at the back post. But we got back into it and had chances. We just didn’t seem to get on the second ball. But I thought the boys gave it a good go in the second half. It was a chance for us today, we just didn’t take the best of our opportunities. The league is our number one, but we gave it a good go. It’s a big game for us on Tuesday [against Huddersfield] and we’ll try to respond.”

    Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta speaks candidly to BT Sport. “Honestly, with the chances we had, we have to control better. We have to improve our game if we want to go far. Tonight’s game we could have handled better. It is not the first game that we did not manage well, and at the end we were suffering. We stopped playing and started doing individual actions; if we want to fight for trophies we have to improve.”

    Chelsea ran rings around Hull in the first half, Batshuayi’s early goal scant reward for their dominance. That profligacy nearly came back to haunt them, Hull giving everything in the second half, though it should be noted that their goal came from a free kick that almost certainly shouldn’t have been awarded, and was pretty darn lucky to boot. Which is not to take away from the Championship’s impressive display in the second period ... just to say that Chelsea would have had a word or two to say had Hull gone on to equalise.

    Chelsea clear easily, and that’s that! Hull were much improved in the second half ... but the Premier League side are in the bag for the fifth round, reward for their dominant first-half display.

    90 min +3: Hull win a corner on the right. One last throw of the dice!

    90 min +2: Pedro takes his own sweet time to depart, as Lamptey takes his place. Chelsea are so close to the fifth round now.

    90 min +1: In the first of three added minutes, Chelsea deal easily with the free kick that’s hoicked into the mixer.

    90 min: Magennis is bowled over, 40 yards from the Chelsea goal, but Zouma. It’s a clear free kick, but Zouma, perhaps still seething over the non-challenge that led to the goal, goes ballistic. He’s booked for his dramatic roar of disapproval.

    88 min: Samuelsen bursts down the right, a power run that earns a corner off Kovacic. Grosicki takes long. Tafazolli, at the far post, heads back across goal. Burke can’t quite latch onto it, and in a flash the chance is gone. But all of a sudden, Chelsea are hanging on a bit here.

    86 min: A simple long ball, and Grosicki is racing down the left into acres of space. He reaches the edge of the Chelsea area and blooters wildly over the bar. Chelsea hearts in mouths there.

    85 min: The corner comes to nothing, though Magennis is fortunate that VAR isn’t in operation tonight, because he was grappling with Zouma in a very hands-on style. The referee saw zilch.

    84 min: Alonso rolls a pass down the left for Willian, who reaches the byline then returns it. Alonso, to the left of goal, looks for the top right. He pearls it, but the ball takes a deflection off Burke. Corner.

    83 min: Gilmour has a rake from 25 yards. It’s on target, heading towards the bottom right, but an easy claim for Long.

    82 min: Grosicki curls one in from the left. Magennis prepares to head home, but Tomori pops up to win a brilliant clearing header.

    80 min: I should say that Hull’s goal has been initially credited to Grosicki, but his shot looked like it was heading wide right before Kovacic met it. Kovacis was the recipient of a huge bollocking from Alonso, incidentally, the punishment of breaking away from the wall.

    Grosicki belts the ball towards the top right. It looks like it’s going wide. Kovacic breaks off the end of the wall. The ball pings off him, a huge deflection that takes it off towards the top left. Cabellero is wrong footed, and it spins in! Hull are back in it!

    77 min: Magennis goes over Alonso’s leg, just to the right of the Chelsea D. Not much contact, if any, but the referee gives the free kick. There might be a kerfuffle if this goes in.

    75 min: Lichaj floats a pass down the middle and nearly finds Kane in the Chelsea box. His pass is a couple of inches too high. Goal kick.

    74 min: Barkley dinks a pass down the right to release Pedro into the box. Pedro draws Long and softly chips the keeper ... but the ball flaps into the side netting. That would have been a very pretty goal.

    73 min: Barkley steams down the right and earns a corner off Da Silva. The set piece drops at the feet of Tomori, ten yards out. He should score, but belts the ball straight at Burke. He gets another go, but that effort’s blocked too. Hull suddenly look very tired.

    72 min: Batshuayi cuts in from the right and looks for the bottom left. He sends his effort well wide of the target.

    71 min: Grosicki has a belt from distance. Nope.

    70 min: Pedro tries to release Batshuayi with a backheel down the right. Cute, but not quite. But then he comes at Hull again, dribbling into the box down the inside-left, before tugging a shot across the face of goal and wide right.

    69 min: Hull respond with a double change of their own. Eaves and Honeyman make way for Magennis and Samuelsen.

    68 min: A double change for Chelsea. Mount and Hudson-Odoi are replaced by Willian and 18-year-old Scottish prospect Billy Gilmour, the latter making his FA Cup debut.

    66 min: Kane quarterbacks a pass down the left for Lichaj, who enters the box with the ball at his feet. A chance to shoot, but one he takes a couple of strides too early. It’s easily blocked.

    Karma does for Hull. Barkley takes the resulting free kick, out on the right. He curls it long for Tomori, who races in from the left to meet the ball, heading carefully past Long. Easy as that.

    63 min: Zouma creams a lovely pass down the inside-right channel to release Mount. Lichaj clips his ankle before he can get away, taking a cynical booking for the team.

    62 min: Chelsea stroke it around the back for a bit, drawing some of Hull’s sting. The KCOM simmers down.

    60 min: Hull make their first change, replacing Wilks with Grosicki.

    59 min: Bowen nutmegs Alonso in the centre circle and skedaddles down the middle of the park. It’s a lovely slaloming run. When he reaches the edge of the box, he tries to send a rising shot into the top left. It rises a wee bit too much, and wafts over the bar. Bowen is having a great game.

    58 min: Bowen sees a shot blocked on the edge of the box. Wilks can’t keep the move going when the ball breaks to him on the left. Hull are asking a few questions now.

    57 min: Hull are pinging the ball around with much more confidence now. Chelsea are being starved of possession right now. They’ve only had 20% of the ball in the last five minutes. Some shift in momentum.

    55 min: Another corner for Hull, won by McKenzie down the right. Bowen, who has been Hull’s star performer this evening, makes a rare blot on his copybook by failing to beat the first man. Kovacic clears with ease.

    54 min: One corner leads to another, which leads to nothing. But Hull’s performance since the restart has got the crowd going again. This is a proper cup tie now.

    53 min: A brilliant take by Bowen, who brings a wild Da Silva pass down from the sky and under control with a telescopic leg. It gives him the opportunity to rush down the right wing and earn a corner.

    51 min: It’s been a good start to the half by Hull (again). They’ve clearly been told at half-time that there’s little point in dying wondering. Much more positive.

    49 min: ... nothing occurs. But Hull come back at Chelsea, Bowen crossing from the right, the ball inexplicably missed by both Chelsea centre-backs and nearly finding Eaves alone on the penalty spot. Once again, Eaves can’t sort his feet out in time, and the chance to trap and shoot is gone.

    48 min: Hull stream forward again, McKenzie slipping Bowen in down the right. Bowen drops a shoulder to trick Alonso and romps into the box. He reaches the byline but can’t find anyone in the middle. Still, it’s deflected out for a corner, from which ...

    47 min: Kane likes the look of this. His eyes flickering. He sends a curler towards the top left ... but there’s too much curl and not enough speed on the free kick. It was always going wide, and had it been on target, it would have been an easy catch for Caballero.

    46 min: Bowen dribbles down the inside-left channel and is cynically tripped by Kovacic, who deservedly goes in the referee’s notebook. A free kick 30 yards out, just to the left of centre.

    We’re off again! Chelsea get the second half underway. No half-time changes.

    Half-time entertainment. It was 25 years ago today ...

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    Hull nearly don’t survive it. Alonso reaches the byline out on the left. He pulls back long for Azpilicueta, who chests the ball down the inside-right channel before smashing a shot at Long, the keeper saving at his near post. And that’s the end of the first half. Hull have been given the runaround, but there’s only one goal in it. Chelsea will be acutely aware that they’ve been down this road before.

    45 min: There will be one additional first-half minute.

    44 min: Another Hull free kick, some more head tennis in the Chelsea box. The visitors manage to clear eventually, but the last couple of minutes will give Hull a little succour. Chelsea should have put this tie to bed, but the hosts aren’t out of this yet.

    43 min: A free kick out on the Hull left leads to some head tennis in the Chelsea box. The ball’s half cleared, then returned by Kane, who finds Eaves with a classy diagonal pass. Eaves brings it down, turns, and sends a bobbler straight at Caballero.

    41 min: Bowen dances down the right. Chelsea are light at the back. He’s got Wilks to one side, Eaves the other ... and plays the ball straight to Tomori in the middle. “The FA cup is all about tradition and history,” writes Mary Waltz. “How can Chelsea choose a Spursy White over the Royal Blue? The triumph of merchandise marketing over tradition. How sad!”

    39 min: Azpilicueta slides a precision pass down the right flank for Barkley, who is released into acres. He’s got clear options in the middle, but looks for Batshuayi at the busy near post. The pass isn’t much good, and Batshuayi’s effort to stab home from a tight spot is easily blocked.

    37 min: That was much better from the hosts. And a reminder for Chelsea that, despite their dominance, and all the chances created, their one-goal lead is a slender one. It’s far from the first time this season that their chance creation/conversion ratio has been all out of whack.

    35 min: Hull launch a rare attack, Bowen turning on a sixpence in midfield and dribbling towards the Chelsea box with purpose. He tries a shot but it doesn’t come off. The ball breaks left for Wilks, whose cross is trapped by Bowen on the penalty spot. Bowen spins and shoots, meekly, straight at Caballero.

    33 min: Hull, hypnotised by Chelsea’s passing, are suddenly rudely woken up when Kovacic rolls a lovely pass down the inside left for Mount, who breaks clear but shoots straight at Long. The Hull keeper has already earned his corn this evening, whatever happens next.

    32 min: And the KCOM is very quiet as a result. A full house, but it’s only the small band of travelling Chelsea supporters who are making any noise.

    30 min: Chelsea are toying with Hull at the moment. Hudson-Odoi, Barkley and Azpilicueta stroke it up and down the right, nearly opening up the hosts a couple of times. Hull are just about holding their shape, but they’ve had to make a fair number of desperate last-ditch clearances. They can’t keep going like this.

    28 min: Mount trundles a ball along the corridor of uncertainty from the left. It invites a tap-in, but nobody in 1970 retro blue white has gambled. It’s surely a matter of time before Chelsea make it two.

    27 min: Kovacic finds Alonso down the left with a crisp pass. Alonso sends it into the box first time; Burke slides in to concede a corner before Batshuayi can get involved. From the corner, Barkley drags a shot wide right from distance.

    25 min: Mount turns away from two men, deep in his own half, and strides upfield. He slips Hudson-Odoi into space down the right. The resulting cross isn’t far away from Batshuayi. Tafazolli clears just in time.

    23 min: Wilks tries to release Eaves down the left. But now he’s the one overhitting an easy pass. One Wilks cross apart, Hull haven’t caused Chelsea any real bother since falling behind.

    21 min: Wilks is standing alone in acres of space on the left. Burke tries to release him with a simple pass, but hoicks straight into the stand. Hull’s early confidence is kaput. Mount dribbles up the other end and sees a shot blocked on the edge of the Hull box. The way this match is going, it won’t be long before Chelsea double their lead.

    19 min: Before the free kick is taken, Azpilicueta and Da Silva are pulled aside for a good talking-to, having spent the last 30 seconds pushing and shoving each other. Eventually Mount is allowed to take, and it’s easily cleared.

    18 min: Mount rakes a long ball down the right. Lichaj should clear easily, but takes a heavy touch and clatters into Azpilicueta, who was sniffing around. A free kick for Chelsea just to the right of the box.

    16 min: Now it’s Chelsea who are first to everything. Mount slips a cute pass down the middle to release Barkley, who is clear on goal but shoots straight at Long. Worrying signs for Hull after that fast start. Chelsea have enjoyed 70% possession since taking the lead.

    14 min: Barkley sprays the ball right for Azpilicueta, whose low cross is trapped by Batshuayi, on the edge of the six-yard box. But his back is to the goal, and he can’t spin and shoot. No worries, he soon comes back at Hull again, chasing a Pedro pass down the left and fluttering the side netting with a deflected shot. The resulting corner is nothing to write home about.

    12 min: Chelsea ping the ball around in a pretty style. They don’t really go anywhere, just doing it because they can.

    10 min: Lichaj bombs down the left and slips the ball forward for Wilks, who reaches the byline and loops towards the far post. Caballero flaps, and the ball lands at the feet of Eaves, just to the right of goal, six yards out. Or rather, the ball lands between the feet of Eaves. The striker can’t sort himself out, and the ball clanks away from danger.

    8 min: Chelsea were all over the shop for the first five minutes. But once they strung a few passes together, Hull were opened up with ease. A fortunate finish, mind. Chelsea, their tails up, win a couple of corners down the left as Hull reel from that sucker punch. They clear their lines eventually.

    Chelsea finally get into the Hull half. Their first attack. And they score. Azpilicueta tears down the right and crosses deep. Mount, coming in from the left, shoots straight into a thicket of Hull defenders. The ball breaks to Batshuayi on the penalty spot. A snapshot is deflected and bounces apologetically into the net.

    4 min: Another loose ball in the midfield, and Hull are onto it first again. Kane slips a ball down the inside-right channel for Eaves, who nearly works space to shoot, but Zouma ushers the ball out for a corner. Again, the set piece is no good, but Hull are all over Chelsea like a rash in these opening exchanges. Chelsea in need of some Tiger balm.

    3 min: Bowen bustles down the left and hooks a high ball into the box. Caballero rises above Eaves to claim. Hull are first to everything at the moment. Chelsea have started cold.

    2 min: Honeyman works his way down the right again, playing a ball towards Bowen, just inside the box. Zouma is forced to block out for the first corner of the match. The set piece is a bit of a non-event. But this is a determined start by the Championship side.

    And we’re off! The hosts get the party started. They’re on the front foot immediately, Honeyman bursting down the right only to run the ball out for a goal kick. A full house at the KCOM, with noise to match.

    The teams are out! A good old-fashioned FA Cup atmosphere at the KCOM. It’s cold on Humberside, despite the jets of fire parping pitchside during the pre-match pleasantries. We’ll be off in a minute!

    And now here’s Frank Lampard. “We need to get ourselves right, our mindset, how we approach the game. Giant killing, I understand that, I know the Championship very well. We must get it right. I loved it every time I won the FA Cup as a player, I loved it as a boy watching it, and all the Chelsea fans feel the same. The FA Cup has great history, and we have to tackle it head on. There are some players who don’t play so regularly, it’s important for me to use them. Individually there are opportunities everywhere. I know Grant McCann, we came through at West Ham together so I know how much he’ll be up for this. People are expectant, they want to see us fail, so that’s a test for us.”

    A word with the Hull manager Grant McCann. “It’s going to be a tough challenge, but a good opportunity to test ourselves. Our boys are looking forward to the game, the stadium is full, and we’re going to try to entertain. We’re doing OK at the minute, we’d like to be closer to the play-offs, that’s our number-one priority but this is a nice distraction.”

    Chelsea’s bespoke FA Cup kit, marking the 50th anniversary of the very first time they lifted the famous old pot, really is a work of art. A shame, then, that they’ll not be wearing it this evening. Slightly odd, having gone to such lengths, but marketing executives gotta market. Chelsea will instead wear second-choice white, while Hull sport the usual tiger print.

    Four changes for Hull City from the side that lost 1-0 at Derby. Out go Callum Elder, Josh Bowler, Jackson Irvine and Josh Magennis; in come Tom Eaves, Robbie McKenzie, George Honeyman and Mallik Wilks.

    Chelsea see Hull’s four, and raise them four, with eight changes to the side that drew 2-2 with Arsenal. Out go Kepa, Antonio Rudiger, Andreas Christensen, Emerson, Jorginho, N’Golo Kante, Tammy Abraham and Willian; in come Willy Caballero, Kurt Zouma, Fikayo Tomori, Marcos Alonso, Ross Barkley, Mason Mount, Pedro and Michy Batshuayi.

    Hull City: Long, McKenzie, Burke, Tafazolli, Lichaj, Da Silva, Kane, Honeyman, Bowen, Wilks, Eaves.
    Subs: Grosicki, Ingram, McLoughlin, Kingsley, Magennis, Irvine, Samuelsen.

    Chelsea: Caballero, Azpilicueta, Zouma, Tomori, Alonso, Barkley, Kovacic, Mount, Pedro, Batshuayi, Hudson-Odoi.
    Subs: Christensen, Willian, Cumming, Emerson, Gilmour, Lamptey, Maatsen.

    Chelsea, fourth in the Premier League, should see off Hull City, mid-table in the Championship. Shouldn’t they?

    Well, they’ve won their last seven games against Hull. And while they’re not exactly the model of consistency under Frank Lampard, they dealt with Nottingham Forest, another Championship team, easily enough in the third round. Hull, meanwhile, have lost their last two matches, 180 minutes of football which saw them register a grand total of three attempts on target. Put it that way, and only one result seems possible.

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  • Sat, 25 Jan 2020 19:33:30 +0000: Michy Batshuayi takes his chance in Chelsea’s nervy win at Hull - Chelsea | The Guardian

    The last two men to win the FA Cup as both player and manager have tasted Wembley glory with Chelsea. The class of 2020 will have to improve on this if Frank Lampard is to emulate Gianluca Vialli and Roberto Di Matteo but he could at least savour the sight of Chelsea taking their place in the last 16.

    Michy Batshuayi and Fikayo Tomori struck to see off a spirited Hull side as Lampard, a four-times winner during his days in Chelsea’s midfield, was able to make eight changes and advance. “The good news is that we are in the hat,” he said. “The bad news is that it was a small story of our season.”

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  • Fri, 24 Jan 2020 22:31:00 +0000: Willy Caballero gets chance to impress as Chelsea consider new goalkeeper - Chelsea | The Guardian
    • Argentinian to replace Kepa Arrizabalaga against Hull City
    • Frank Lampard: ‘Kepa knows there have been some mistakes’

    Frank Lampard will give Willy Caballero the opportunity to press for a regular starting role when Chelsea visit Hull City in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Saturday evening and is considering whether to replace Kepa Arrizabalaga with a new goalkeeper this summer.

    Arrizabalaga’s shaky form has led to Chelsea registering an interest in Burnley’s Nick Pope and Lampard, who hopes Tammy Abraham will recover from an ankle injury to face Leicester next weekend, has been concerned about the £72m Spaniard for a while. The 25-year-old made a costly error during Tuesday’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal and will be rested against Hull, giving Caballero a rare chance to impress.

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  • Fri, 24 Jan 2020 22:30:36 +0000: Grant McCann on a mission to unite Hull and prove the doubters wrong - Chelsea | The Guardian

    Former West Ham youth prospect comes face to face with old pal Frank Lampard after very different playing careers

    When Grant McCann first met Frank Lampard he felt like an impostor. The pair were teenage midfielders at West Ham with big question marks about their potential but, back in 1996, only one of them was blessed with self-belief.

    “I never thought I was good enough to be there – I always felt inferior,” reflects Hull’s manager as he looks forward to Saturday evening’s FA Cup fourth-round reunion when Lampard’s Chelsea visit east Yorkshire. “I was really young, 16, and I’d left Belfast for shared digs in Barking. It was hard but the experience definitely shaped me into the person I am today.”

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  • Fri, 24 Jan 2020 18:19:00 +0000: FA Cup fourth round: team news and match previews - Chelsea | The Guardian

    News and previews for the weekend’s games as Liverpool visit Shrewsbury, Chelsea go to Hull and Southampton host Spurs

    Saturday 3pm Venue Turf Moor
    Referee Michael Oliver VAR Yes Odds H Evs A 3-1 D 5-2
    Head-to-head Burnley 18, Norwich 14; seven draws

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Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip has been archived below:

  • Mon, 26 Jun 2017 19:32:13 +0000: Lyon sign Chelsea's Traore for £8.8m - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Chelsea | BBC
    Chelsea striker Bertrand Traore joins Lyon for a fee of £8.8m on a five-year contract.
  • Mon, 26 Jun 2017 16:37:05 +0000: Hazard, Ba & Cabaye invest in NASL club - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Chelsea | BBC
    Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Crystal Palace's Yohan Cabaye are among the investors backing a new football club in the United States.
  • Mon, 26 Jun 2017 10:53:59 +0000: Chelsea close to deal for Bakayoko - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Chelsea | BBC
    Chelsea are close to signing midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko from French champions Monaco and the deal could be completed this week.
  • Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:18:25 +0000: Shield proceeds to be given to Grenfell - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Chelsea | BBC
    Proceeds from the 2017 FA Community Shield will be donated to support those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
  • Thu, 22 Jun 2017 11:29:12 +0000: Juve get 'substantial offer' for Sandro - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Chelsea | BBC
    Juventus receive a "substantial offer" for Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro, who is reported to be a target for Chelsea.

Roberto DiMatteo has been a busy manager for Chelsea so far in the transfer window with a number of new signings making their way to Stamford Bridge with the Italian looking to strengthen his squad considerably after a poor premier league season. One of the first signings of the season for the club was influential winger Eden Hazard for a fee believed to be around the twenty five million pound mark with the player signing a four year deal for the current European champions.

Another player is a hot favourite to be plying his trade at the bridge next season is the highly regarded Brazilian super kid Oscar although negotiations are still ongoing to bring him to England. The Internacional playmaker is thought to be costing Chelsea a fee of around twenty five million pounds but the deal according to DiMatteo is far from being completed and could fall through at any moment if the players current side decide to barter the price for his services. The player has stated that he would like to help his country compete in the Olympic games before he puts pen to paper so Chelsea fans may have to wait a little longer before they know if they have their man.

Wigan today have again rejected a third bid from Chelsea to bring in form winger Victor Moses to the bridge as the Lactics are doing their very best to keep their star player at the club for another season. Moses who has just a single year left on his current contract with Wigan is seen as the perfect addition to the Italians plans but the offer which is thought to be around the three and a half million pound mark is thought to be way short of the Lactics valuation of the player.

Frenchman Florent Malouda is another player whos future lies in the balance at Chelsea with the winger said to be wanting to hold showdown talks with the club after moving down the pecking order at the bridge. Malouda wishes to have his future clarified before the start of the season or he will look for pastures new with the player being strongly linked with Santos who feel the player would be perfect for their needs and could offer him first team football every week.

Chelsea now also face stern opposition for the signature of Brazilian playmaker Lucas Moura who is currently under contract with Sao Paulo from clubs such as Manchester United, Real Madrid and Inter Milan. The player is widely thought to be one of the hottest prospects in world football and has an outstanding record for his home side.

Chelsea Game Results

Chelsea Game Results for 2016 – 2017

May-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Chelsea 3-0 Middlesbrough Mon 8 May
Apr-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 0-3 Chelsea Sun 30 Apr
Premier League Chelsea 4-2 Southampton Tue 25 Apr
FA Cup – Semi-Final Chelsea 4-2 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 22 Apr
Premier League Manchester United 2-0 Chelsea Sun 16 Apr
Premier League Bournemouth 1-3 Chelsea Sat 8 Apr
Premier League Chelsea 2-1 Manchester City Wed 5 Apr
Premier League Chelsea 1-2 Crystal Palace Sat 1 Apr
Mar-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 1-2 Chelsea Sat 18 Mar
FA Cup – Sixth Round Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United Mon 13 Mar
Premier League West Ham United 1-2 Chelsea Mon 6 Mar
Feb-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Chelsea 3-1 Swansea City Sat 25 Feb
FA Cup – Fifth Round Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-2 Chelsea Sat 18 Feb
Premier League Burnley 1-1 Chelsea Sun 12 Feb
Premier League Chelsea 3-1 Arsenal Sat 4 Feb
Jan-17
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Liverpool 1-1 Chelsea Tue 31 Jan
FA Cup – Fourth Round Chelsea 4-0 Brentford Sat 28 Jan
Premier League Chelsea 2-0 Hull City Sun 22 Jan
Premier League Leicester City 0-3 Chelsea Sat 14 Jan
FA Cup – Third Round Chelsea 4-1 Peterborough United Sun 8 Jan
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Chelsea Wed 4 Jan
Dec-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Chelsea 4-2 Stoke City Sat 31 Dec
Premier League Chelsea 3-0 Bournemouth Mon 26 Dec
Premier League Crystal Palace 0-1 Chelsea Sat 17 Dec
Premier League Sunderland 0-1 Chelsea Wed 14 Dec
Premier League Chelsea 1-0 West Bromwich Albion Sun 11 Dec
Premier League Manchester City 1-3 Chelsea Sat 3 Dec
Nov-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Chelsea 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 26 Nov
Premier League Middlesbrough 0-1 Chelsea Sun 20 Nov
Premier League Chelsea 5-0 Everton Sat 5 Nov
Oct-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Southampton 0-2 Chelsea Sun 30 Oct
EFL Cup – Fourth Round West Ham United 2-1 Chelsea Wed 26 Oct
Premier League Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United Sun 23 Oct
Premier League Chelsea 3-0 Leicester City Sat 15 Oct
Premier League Hull City 0-2 Chelsea Sat 1 Oct
Sep-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Arsenal 3-0 Chelsea Sat 24 Sep
EFL Cup – Third Round Leicester City 2-4 Chelsea Tue 20 Sep
Premier League Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool Fri 16 Sep
Premier League Swansea City 2-2 Chelsea Sun 11 Sep
Aug-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Chelsea 3-0 Burnley Sat 27 Aug
EFL Cup – Second Round Chelsea 3-2 Bristol Rovers Tue 23 Aug
Premier League Watford 1-2 Chelsea Sat 20 Aug
Premier League Chelsea 2-1 West Ham United Mon 15 Aug
May-16
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Chelsea 1-1 Leicester City Sun 15 May
Premier League Liverpool 1-1 Chelsea Wed 11 May

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Even though Chelsea are still hopeful of managing a deal, there’s every chance that Dembele will not move to Stamford Bridge this month.

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Transfer news RECAP: Arsenal, Liverpool, Barcelona, Manchester United, Tottenham and more
Want to know who your club are looking to purchase? Follow our live transfer blog to find out as Sportsmail keeps you updated with all the latest news.

When does the January transfer window close? When is deadline day?
Only a week left now for UK and European clubs to get transfer business done for next half of their domestic and European campaigns with deadline day fast approaching.

Chelsea considering a summer transfer move for Crystal Palace goalkeeper
According to Spanish outlet AS, Chelsea are holding a summer transfer move for Crystal Palace goalkeeper Vicente Guaita. AS add that Frank Lampard is keen on replying add competition for Kepa... Read more »

What Frank Lampard told Chelsea teenager Billy Gilmour before his introduction at Hull City
Scottish midfielder Billy Gilmour made his fifth appearance of the season for Chelsea as he was introduced as a second half substitute in the Blues' victory against Hull

Arsenal could help Chelsea secure Cavani's signing, €27 million striker bid made, Kepa's replacement found and more: Chelsea Transfer Roundup, 26th January 2020
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Barcelona identified Chelsea forward as an ideal replacement for Luis Suarez
The injury to Luis Suarez has left Barca with a new decision to make in this window. It’s clear they could do with someone else upfront, but replacing him could... Read more »

Callum Hudson-Odoi's brilliant gesture after Chelsea's FA Cup win vs Hull City
The England international was named in the starting 11 as the Blues came out as 2-1 winners over the Tigers in the fourth round of the competition.

3 reasons why Manchester City can dominate this decade
One of the richest clubs in world football, Manchester City is expected to continue its dominance. Let us look at 3 reasons for the same.

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Transfer news LIVE: All the latest deals in the Premier League and Europe
The January transfer window opens in less than two weeks and clubs are finalising their plans to bring in reinforcements this winter. Catch up with the latest news on our feed.

Transfer news LIVE: Latest deals in the Premier League and Europe
The January transfer window is drawing ever closer, with Premier League clubs up and down the country preparing for a busy month. Follow all the latest updates here with GLEN WILLIAMS.

Edinson Cavani is left OUT of PSG's squad to face Lille as Man Utd, Chelsea and Atletico lock horns
The Uruguay international has been tracked by Chelsea, Manchester United and Atletico Madrid in the January transfer window. Thomas Tuchel has revealed Cavani will not play against Lille.

Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri appears to rule out Napoli return ahead of visit to his former club
Maurizio Sarri has hinted that Juventus may be his final job as a coach as the former Chelsea boss expressed his excitement in returning to old club Napoli in Serie A on Sunday.

Frank Lampard admits Chelsea are playing catch up but need to strengthen squad for top four push
Frank Lampard has admitted Chelsea lost ground following a transfer ban and the sale of Eden Hazard. Lampard said he knows where the team can improve personnel wise going forward.

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck says Spurs should tell fans to stop singing Y-word
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck and Lord John Mann, the government's advisor on anti-Semitism, want the north London side to take a tougher stance by telling fans to stop using the Y-Word.

Hull 1-2 Chelsea: Mitchy Batshuayi fills the boots of Tammy Abraham as Fikayo Tomori strikes
JOE BERNSTEIN AT THE KCOM STADIUM: Michy Batshuayi scored his first goal in 14 matches as Chelsea squeezed into the FA Cup fifth round despite a late rally from mid-table Championship side Hull.

Michy Batshuayi is on his last life at Chelsea, it's critical he improves on his Hull performance
Michy Batshuayi clearly has a short memory - and it may not be a bad thing. For him, such memory loss may be a positive: since his £33m move to west London there has been plenty to forget.

Chelsea willing to pay €55million to sign La Liga ace
Chelsea are reportedly willing to pay €55million to sign Real Madrid attacking midfielder Isco. Once considered to be one of the best-attacking midfielders in the world, the Spaniard has suffered a... Read more »

Chelsea identified Burnley goalkeeper as ideal replacement of Spaniard
Chelsea are reportedly holding a transfer swoop for Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope amid doubts over Kepa Arrizabalaga. The Spanish goalkeeper has not been at his best in recent games, with... Read more »

Chelsea scouts were watching 25-year-old defender
Chelsea scouts were reportedly attending Atalanta’s Robin Gosens during the club’s 5-0 win over Parma. The 25-year-old left-back has made 82 matches for La Dea since joining them from Dutch... Read more »

West Ham keeping tabs on Chelsea midfielder on loan
West Ham are reportedly interested in the signing of Ross Barkley on loan in January. The 26-year-old midfielder has made only 11 appearances under Frank Lampard this campaign so far,... Read more »

Chelsea could target a move for England international starlet
Amid doubts over Willian’s future at Chelsea, it’s been recommended that the Blues could target a move for Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho this summer. That’s the view of transfer... Read more »

Chelsea eyeing move for Metz forward
Chelsea have offered a €20 million (£16.8m) bid to sign Metz forward Habib Diallo, according to reports in France. Frank Lampard is looking to sign a new forward to provide... Read more »

Chelsea Identify One Of Their Top Attacking Targets: Why Lampard Should Make A Move

Chelsea are reportedly reopening talks with Ligue 1 side, Olympique Lyon, for their star striker Moussa Dembele. According to The Sun, Frank Lampard is desperate to sign a forward in this window, and Chelsea will have to spend over £45million to get the deal done. Dembele was being monitored by the London side for quite a while before they shifted their focus to other targets. But with a lot of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ surrounding the other transfers, Chelsea are resuming talks with Lyon. With his main striker Tammy Abraham injured and back-up option Michy Batshuayi out of form, Frank Lampard

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3 Most Expensive Premier League Winter Transfers: Liverpool Talisman Features

The January transfer window has been much criticised by some managers and pundits as it disrupts teams, especially the selling team, who may have to let go of a key player. But, it also rejuvenates some teams, who buy players that could save their season or even help them win trophies. The Premier League, over the last few years, has seen several teams making huge signings in the January transfer window. Let’s take a look at the 3 most expensive Premier League transfers in the January window: Aymeric Laporte – £57 million This Premier League season has showcased what an

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Chelsea Eyeing A Move For Ligue 1 Goal machine: Just The Player Lampard Needs

Chelsea have reportedly held talks with Ligue 1 table-toppers Paris Saint-Germain regarding the availability of Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani. According to reports in Goal.com, Claude Makelele had discussions about bringing the striker to London whilst on his trip to the French capital. Makelele, who is the technical mentor to Chelsea’s young players, travelled to Paris primarily for another deal – involving 17-year-old wonder-kid Kays Ruiz-Atil. Edinson Cavani has been a long-time servant of PSG, but his time seems over at the club. With Argentine striker Mauro Icardi settling in well at the club and scoring goals for fun, Cavani’s opportunities

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Chelsea Linked With A Move For Brazilian Ace: The Player Lampard Needs?

Alex Telles is looking to leave Porto, and Premier League side Chelsea have been alerted by the Brazilian's availability.

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One Key Change Expected: 4-3-3 Chelsea Predicted Lineup vs Arsenal

‘Unpredictable’ is perhaps the right word to describe Chelsea at the moment. They have fought hard and won against some of the biggest sides in the league, and have lost without a fight against the comparatively weaker sides. One day up and the other way down – this has been their track record in this season’s Premier League. But if a Chelsea fan would have known that their side will be in top four halfway through the season, he would probably have been happy. Frank Lampard has done a great job with the limited options at his disposal in his

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Key Defender A Doubt | Predicted 4-2-3-1 Arsenal Lineup vs Chelsea

Arsenal will look to get back to winning ways when they take on Chelsea in the Premier League on Tuesday. Here's the predicted Arsenal lineup.

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Frank Lampard names the best player on the pitch in Chelsea's FA Cup win over Hull City
The Blues made it to the fifth round of the FA Cup with goals from Michy Batshuayi and Fikayo Tomori giving them a 2-1 win over the Championship side.

Thomas Lemar to Arsenal: Atletico star left out of squad, Gunners 'in talks' over £33m deal
The latest transfer news on Thomas Lemar, with the Atletico Madrid winger wanted by Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Wolves - but the Gunners are in talks about a move

Chelsea news and transfers live: Edinson Cavani latest, Man United to 'make summer move' for Ben Chilwell
The latest transfer news and rumours on Chelsea as Frank Lampard attempts to improve his squad during the January window amid a battle for the Premier League top four

Edinson Cavani to Chelsea: PSG decision, Man United offer, £66m deal, Aubameyang shock move
The latest transfer news on Edinson Cavani, with the Paris Saint-Germain forward linked with a host of clubs including Chelsea, Manchester United and Atletico Madrid

Chelsea player ratings vs Hull City: Mateo Kovacic impresses, Marcos Alonso and Pedro struggle
The Blues reached the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 2-1 victory at the KCOM Stadium thanks to goals from Michy Batshuayi and Fikayo Tomori.

Ben Chilwell to Chelsea: Man United interest, Manchester City's decision and Leicester's warning
The latest transfer news on Ben Chilwell as Chelsea and Manchester City are linked with a move for the highly-rated Leicester City defender

Chelsea Target Crystal Palace Stopper To Compete With Kepa: Why This Could Be An Excellent Coup By The Blues?

According to a recent report by AS, Premier League giants Chelsea are said to be.

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Barcelona Enter Race To Sign Chelsea Striker In January: Here’s Why The Blues Must Push For This Transfer

According to a recent report by Spanish news outlet Sport, European super-club Barcelona are said.

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Liverpool Enter Race For French Midfielder With Chelsea Moving Away: What Will He Bring To Klopp’s Team?

According to the reports from Daily Star, Liverpool have entered the race to sign Lille’s.

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Tomori Gets 8, Barkley Picks Up 7.5 | Chelsea Players Rated In Hard-Fought 2-1 Win Vs Hull City

Premier League high-flyers Chelsea beat Championship hopefuls Hull City by a 2-1 scoreline after a.

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Chelsea Starlet Attracting Interest From RB Leipzig: Why Blues Cannot Lose A Centre-Half Mid-Season?

According to a recent report by renowned German publication Bild, Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig are.

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Chelsea Unwilling To Abandon Chase For This Prolific Ligue 1 Striker: Why The Blues Must Sign This Month

According to a recent report by The Sun, Premier League giants Chelsea are said to.

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Unbeatable? Every game Liverpool has lost since the beginning of last season
Defeat has become a distinctly unfamiliar feeling for Liverpool in the past 18 months. And frankly, it’s getting silly at this stage. It really is. It’s almost as if Liverpool are severely allergic to losing and their very lives depend on winning. This season alone they have won 22 of their opening 23 league games, …

Tweets of the Week: That feelgood factor, Peak Everton, and the Môn Maradona
The best and funniest tweets from the world of football this week, featuring a heartwarming act of kindness, the Arsenal granny, Kylian Mbappe tries his ‘hand’ at cheating, and the new Welsh Wizard. Football is bloody brilliant sometimes, isn’t it? Somethings outweigh the results I was lucky to win free tickets for last nights game …

‘A broken record’ – Lampard has same old complaints as Chelsea edge through to FA Cup fifth round
Frank Lampard admitted that he sounds like ‘a broken record’ after making the all too familiar complaints about his Chelsea side as they edged to a 2-1 win over Championship side Hull City. For a number of weeks now, Lampard has complained about his sides inability to take their chances, as well as the defensive …

Five of the best former Premier League players plying their trade in Serie A
Christian Eriksen looks set to become the latest Premier League star to head to Italian football, the Tottenham playmaker set to undergo a medical ahead of a move to Inter Milan. The Danish international will be following a well-trodden path in recent years, with a whole host of players having decided to swap England’s top …

Lille boss unsure over Soumare ‘situation’ amid Premier League links
Lille manager Christophe Galtier admits he is unsure over the ‘situation’ of Boubakary Soumare, amid continued speculation linking the midfielder with a move away from the club. Soumare has attracted interest from the Premier League and across Europe following a series of impressive performances for the French side this season, with Manchester United and Chelsea …

Largest title winning margins in Premier League history
Liverpool’s coronation as Premier League champions looks all but a formality at present, Jurgen Klopp’s unbeaten league leaders having opened up a 16-point advantage over nearest challengers Manchester City, having played a game fewer. Currently on a 40-game unbeaten run, their relentless form and record-breaking start has seen them move within sight of a whole …

Lampard wants Chelsea to get deals done after FA Cup scare
Frank Lampard saw Chelsea make hard life for themselves in an FA Cup win at Hull City, where better finishing would have fended off a scare.

Chelsea captain Azpilicueta fires warning as Blues edge through FA Cup test at Hull
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta had strong words for his team-mates after they made hard work of an FA Cup victory at Hull City.

Hull City 1-2 Chelsea: Hits and Flops | FA Cup 2020
Hits and Flops of Hull City 1-2 Chelsea

Lampard makes decision on Sancho and Zaha moves, Blues targeting Piatek and Jovic and more: Chelsea Transfer News Roundup, 25th January 2020
All Chelsea transfer news in one place.

Top 5 Premier League seasons with the most managerial changes
The only guarantee in a Premier League season is managerial changes, but which campaign saw the most changes made?

Lampard challenges Batshuayi to take his Chelsea chance in Abraham absence
Michy Batshuayi will start Chelsea's trip to Hull City on Saturday and boss Frank Lampard is eager for the striker to show more consistency.

A risky gamble? – Chelsea would be wise to not sign this 21-year-old left-back

Why Chelsea should avoid a move for Allan Arigoni According to Swiss newspaper Blick (h/t Daily Express), Chelsea are interested in signing left-back Allan Arigoni, who currently plies his trade with Grasshopper in the Swiss second-tier.  Spanish heavyweights Barcelona have also been credited with an interest in the 21-year-old. (Blick h/t Daily Express) Arigoni has […] More

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Hudson-Odoi to retain his spot? – Predicted 4-3-3 Chelsea XI to face Arsenal

Predicted Chelsea XI to face Arsenal in the Premier League Chelsea suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of Newcastle United in the Premier League on Saturday, as the Blues slumped to their eighth league defeat of the campaign courtesy of an injury-time winner from Isaac Hayden.  Frank Lampard’s side now play host to […] More

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Bukayo Saka to start? – Predicted 4-2-3-1 Arsenal XI to face Chelsea

Predicted Arsenal XI to face Chelsea in the Premier League Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw by Sheffield United in the Premier League on Saturday in what proved to be another frustrating afternoon for Mikel Arteta’s side.  Having played out 1-1 draws against Crystal Palace and Sheffield United in their last two league games, […] More

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Not Liverpool – This 23-year-old Bundesliga star would be better off joining Chelsea

Why Timo Werner would be a good fit at Chelsea rather than Liverpool According to a report from Evening Standard, Chelsea and Liverpool are set to battle each other for the signing of Timo Werner. Werner, 23, has been in scintillating form for RB Leipzig ever since he moved from Stuttgart in the summer of […] More

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Predicted Chelsea XI to face Newcastle United: Can the Blues worsen the hosts’ woes?

Predicted Chelsea XI to face Newcastle United in the Premier League Chelsea cruised 3-0 past Burnley at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League last week, thanks to goals from Jorginho, Tammy Abraham and Callum Hudson-Odoi.  The Blues are currently placed 4th in the standings, five points clear of Man United, and they will be the […] More

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Forget Tottenham – This 24-year-old La Liga gem would thrive at Chelsea instead and here’s why

Why Chelsea should beat Tottenham to sign Thomas Lemar Chelsea have followed Tottenham and have entered the race for Atletico Madrid winger Thomas Lemar, according to the Evening Standard. One of the most exciting young players in the world at AS Monaco and a World Cup winner with France, Lemar has not developed as expected […] More

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Chelsea secure narrow victory over Tigers to reach FA Cup fifth round
Chelsea are into the fifth round of this season’s Emirates FA Cup after beating Sky Bet Championship club Hull City 2-1 at the KCOM Stadium last night. Michy Batshuayi and Fikayo Tomori got the goals as The Blues edged into the next round of the competition Chelsea got off to the perfect start when striker […]

Chelsea see off Magpies to reach Under-18 Premier League Cup semis
Chelsea are into the semi-finals of this season’s Under-18 Premier League Cup after beating Newcastle United 2-0 on Tyneside this morning. Sam McClelland and Dion Rankine got the goals for Ed Brand’s side as they took another step towards lifting the trophy. Chelsea started very well in the North East and both Marcel Lewis and […]

Anjorin nets twice as Chelsea are held by Everton
Chelsea forward Tino Anjorin netted twice as The Blues battled to a 2-2 draw with Everton at The Pure Stadium in Southport this evening. The Blues are leading this season’s Premier League 2 and they collected what might turn out to be a useful point from their match with The Toffees on Merseyside this evening. […]

PREVIEW: Hull City v Chelsea
Chelsea will be looking to avoid a giant-killing when they travel to The KCOM Stadium to take on Hull City in an Emirates FA Cup fourth round tie on Saturday evening. The Blues had little trouble in negotiating their way beyond Nottingham Forest in the third round and their attentions now turn to another Sky […]

Out of favour Chelsea duo sent out on loan
Chelsea have been busy agreeing loan deals for two of their out of favour players during the last 24 hours with a goalkeeper and a winger being handed temporary exits. Goalkeeper Jamal Blackman will spend the remainder of the season playing in Sky Bet League One while winger Victor Moses has moved to Italy following […]

Bellerin strike denies Chelsea victory over Gunners
Hector Bellerin struck a late goal as Arsenal held Chelsea to a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge this evening. The Blues thought they had won it when Cesar Azpilicueta netted six minutes from time but it wasn’t to be with Bellerin scoring a dramatic late leveller for an Arsenal side who had seen former Blues […]

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