Secure Di Matteo Or Watch Hard Work Come Undone.

With hard work already being completed in the transfer market, Roman Abramovich is obviously pulling strings behind the scenes, with Marin and Hazard already added to the squad, along with possibly Hulk over the next few days.

However, Roman is neglecting a pair of Chelsea legends, who have arguably steered a rocking ship to one of the best seasons in the modern era. Both Di Matteo and Eddie Newton have been key to the change in fortunes, and Blues fans all over the world are pleading to give DI Matteo the full-time job, although Roman is extremely keen on poaching Pep Guardiola after him leaving Barcelona this summer.

Chelsea In Euro 2012.

For those of you outside of Europe, or those that country hasn’t even qualified for Euro2012, who will you be supporting?

I will be giving you a helping hand, by looking at the players that are representing Chelsea, and their countries at Euro 2012, and their chances of doing well.

Chelsea Signing: Who is Marko Marin?

The 23 year old has been something of an unpublicised prodigy since breaking into the Borussia Monchengladbach side aged 18.

The attacking midfielder/winger has never been a true goalscorer, scoring no more than 4 goals in a Bundesliga season since his arrival on the scene, but what he lacks in goals, he provides in assists, as he has notched up over 10 in each of his three seasons at the top tier, including 18 in the 09/10 season.

Chelsea Set To Make Rivals Green With Envy?

For the umpteenth time in the last two seasons, Chelsea have been linked with Brazilian striker Hulk, who Is set to be on his way out of Porto this summer.

His agent said “We are open to talks with Chelsea, at any time, any place. He likes the English Premier league a lot and Chelsea are a good club for Hulk”

Cech Commits to Four More Years

Petr Cech will stay in London until at least 2016, after signing a new four-year contract with Chelsea yesterday.

He was one of the first and most successful signings of the Roman Abramovich era, and is the most capped overseas play for the club with 369 games in the eight years he has been at Stamford Bridge.

New Signing!! Hazard Drags Move Out Just A Lille Bit

With the end of the domestic football season upon us, we are left to amuse ourselves with the tribulations of “silly season” or the transfer window as it is more commonly known.

Normally the big drama comes on deadline day, but we are not even in June before footballers are already declaring their transfer destinations on social networking sites.

Didier Drog-bye: The End Of An Era

A Heroes Calling: Champions League Hero Drogba says his farewellsEight years, 157 goals, 341 games. It really is the end of an era for Chelsea, as Didier Drogba leaves the club on a free transfer this Summer.

Signed for a fee of £24million from Marseille as a 26 year-old, he took the Premier League by storm, catapulting Chelsea to consecutive league titles, as well as collecting a Golden Boot for a staggering 33 goals in a season, in 06/07.