Chelsea reached the semi-finals of the Champions League, to play reigning champions Barcelona, after defeating Benfica 2-1 on Tuesday night.
Not a lot of goals at all this weekend, with most teams winning by the odd strike.
With Chelsea looking for their 11th boss since the turn of the century, many will be sceptical of a role than seems to be the death of managers, rather than the start of an illustrious career.
Roberto Di Matteo started the post Villas-Boas era by overcoming a depleted Birmingham side 2-0 on Tuesday night, to set up a home tie versus Leicester City in the Quarter Finals.
There is bad news for the Blues as both Didier Drogba and star youngster Daniel Sturridge could miss the away game with West Brom.
Andre Villas-Boas has confirmed that he is worried about his future at the club.
Another two days full of goals but somewhat overshadowed by the Carling Cup final though.
The big question is whether JT will play, AVB is desperate to have his captain back and is going to leave it to the last minute before deciding whether the former England skipper plays.
Chelsea have said that Petr Cech and Daniel Sturridge are staying at the club and are in AVB’s plans.
It’s being reported that Chelsea have withdrawn from the race to sign Eden Hazard.
Ex-Blues’ boss Guus Hiddink has been appointed the new boss of cash rich Anzhi Makhachkala.
The Blues will once again be without John Terry who is struggling with a knee injury, and Ramires is back after three weeks out.
Fiorentina are keen to hold onto Montenegrin forward Stevan Jovetic but know that the Blue’s spending power could force them to sell.
It is thought Chelsea are interested in signing CSKA’s star keeper Igor Akinfeev.
Last night we saw Arsenal get hammered by AC Milan, the Italians absolutely destroyed our EPL rivals.