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Driver on the Wing’s Weather for Arsenal v Chelsea

Arsenal Away Sunday 26 April 2015. The Emirates Stadium is not a long journey for us but the differences between us and those that attend that temple to failure could not be more acute. Arsenal supporters see themselves as a cut above all others and particularly above us. “Chavski” is their preferred and doubly erroneous […]

Driver on the Wing’s Weather for Chelsea v Man Utd

Manchester United at home Saturday 18 April 2015 Man United are to football what the Harlem Globetrotters are to basketball: not the best team by any means but probably the best known and with supporters dotted around the world they tour vigourously playing exhibition games wherever they go. Unlike the Globetrotters, however, Man United have […]

Driver on the Wing’s Weather for QPR v Chelsea

QPR Away Sunday 12 April 2015 London is an amazing city. It is beyond comparison with any other city in England or, indeed, in Europe. It is the only true global city in the world. London is diverse in so many ways. People from all over the UK, the Europe and the world have made […]

Driver on the Wing’s Weather for Chelsea v Stoke City

Stoke at home Saturday 4 April 2015 Stoke is so far from London, metaphorically if not geographically, that it might as well be in a foreign country. There is little that connects the two beyond an irregular train service to Euston and the M6 and M1 when they are not undergoing repairs. Stoke was once […]

Chelsea Terrace Talk – Irish Examiner Article By Trizia

As Costa put us two up within the opening ten minutes I relaxed and thought “at last, starting a game fast and hard, taking shots, and more importantly, not resting on the rather thin cushion of the one goal”. I then sat back and waited for the avalanche. When will I learn? We seem to […]

Driver on the Wing’s Weather for Chelsea v Southampton

Southampton at home Sunday 15 March 2015. It can be difficult thinking of fresh things to say about dull provincial towns and cities and so, when a blank piece of paper confronts me, I often turn to the internet for inspiration. And so it was today. What could I say about Southampton that has not […]

Driver on the Wing’s Weather for Chelsea v PSG

Paris St Germain at home Champions League first knock out round second leg Wednesday 11 March 2015 The French are noted for many qualities. They make fine wines, they cook decent food and they have made adultery a national pastime. What they are not noted for particularly is sport. While the list of sports created […]

Driver on the Wing’s Weather for West Ham v Chelsea

West Ham away 3 March 2015 The River Thames is the reason for London’s existence. For millennia, ships have sailed in and out of the Pool of London to and from the sea and the world beyond carrying goods and people as part of ever growing world trade of which, London has so often been […]

Driver on the Wing’s Weather for Chelsea v Tottenham

Chelsea v Tottenham Capital One Cup Final Wembley Sunday 1 March 2015 London is a magnificently diverse city and in that diversity lies its strength. It acts as a magnet, drawing in talent from throughout Britain and Europe and from the rest of the world. In London, it does not matter what your racial, ethnic […]

Driver on the Wing’s Weather for Chelsea v Burnley

Burnley at home Saturday 21 February 2015 It will be the first visit to Stamford Bridge for many of our chums from the banks of the River Calder for quite some time. It may also be their last visit for a while. They will notice some significant changes. Since August 2009, London has been transformed. […]

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