View image | gettyimages.com With Chelsea taking just a point from their last match against Newcastle, it has been a torrid time for the champions. The sluggish performance in the first half was an example of how Chelsea has deteriorated in the past 4 months. The team looks like a shadow of the champion team …
A View From The Bridge
The champions of England are back on song after a dismal start to the season. With 3 wins in 3 matches and one of them against Arsenal, it has been a good turnaround. Chelsea might be still off the race for now, but then again they know how to make a comeback. Their next test …
Its certainly a Super Sunday today, as Champions League winners, and Premier League Champions lock horns at Stamford Bridge this afternoon. Whilst Rafa Benitez meets Roberto Mancini in the dugouts in a Spain v Italy clash that Rafa will be hoping ends similar to the Euro 2012 one this summer.
Eyes will also be on Fernando Torres, who looks to end another drab spell in front of goal, whilst opposition strikers Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero are having no troubles.
Its been a mixed week for the Chelsea faithful, a fabulous 4-2 victory over Tottenham got us all excited, before a 2-1 defeat away at Shakhtar Donetsk in midweek really sobered us up.
Our man Ashwat (@ashwat) got the result right, as he plumped for a 2-1 Chelsea win, and we welcome him back today, alongside Naunkoo Thekash, to give us some opinions and some insight into the big game this Sunday, as we face Sir Alex Ferguson, and his Manchester United team.
It’s the big London derby tomorrow, as we come up against former boss Andre Villas-Boas, and his Tottenham team, who have won their last three games, and are sitting fifth in the table.
We must hope that this clash ends similar to our last away game, where we overturned Arsenal 2-1 at the Emirates.