Chelsea Archive

Progress With Unity Latics Podcast No. 32: Palm Springs, Sydney, Beech Hill

For the first time in its short and distinguished history, the Progress With Unity Podcast reaches beyond the confines of this humble town to bring you correspondence from the Commonwealth. The Western and Eastern

Chelsea 4-1 Wigan: Chelsea lay the smackdown, again

2:50pm. An expectant Stamford Bridge eagerly awaits the entrance of Wigan’s gladiators and Chelsea’s lions for a potentially season-defining contest. This is almost certainly the case for Rafa Benitez, who is one narrow loss

Progress With Unity Latics Podcast No. 31: It’s been emotional

Following another Progress With Unity all-nighter, half the team resembled a boxer who had just completed ten bruising rounds with the heavyweight champion. Events of last Saturday tempered any positivity that may have been

Wigan 0-2 Chelsea: Ivan the Discerptible

The football season is back, and I don’t know what to think. On the one hand it is one of the few things that give my sorry life meaning, while on the other it

Chelsea 2-1 Wigan: When you’re down at the bottom…

Wigan were mere moments away from hauling themselves out of the relegation zone, but Juan Mata popped up on 92 minutes to rob the Latics of a draw. Controversy reigned as an offside Branislav

Wigan 1-1 Chelsea: Jordi laps up Cech’s Christmas present

The Latics produced another late strike to rescue a deserved point against third-placed Chelsea. With but minutes remaining, Jordi Gomez was on hand to slot away Petr Cech’s fumble and cancel out Daniel Sturridge’s

Chelsea 1-0 Wigan: Al Habsi keeps it respectable for Bob’s basement battlers

The Champions League. Often touted as ‘bigger than the World Cup‘, it’s a tournament in which every footballer this side of the Atlantic aspires to compete. But it don’t half clog up your fixture