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Why Transfer Ban Makes This Chelsea’s Greatest Transfer Window

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Whilst others plan transfers as the deadline approaches all is calm at Chelsea as the transfer ban takes the angst out of pre-season and delivers Chelsea’s Greatest Transfer Window.

Instead of worrying about what will happen Blues fans have been able to enjoy summer safe in the knowledge that few surprises are likely between now and the start of the season.

It is not meant to be this way.

Rival fans have been crowing about the arbitary punishment dished out by the footballing overlords who have taken time away from planning World Cups where the heat and construction death toll rises with every passing day.

They saw it as something that would see Chelsea disappear from relevance whilst the other clubs got things done. Whilst these opposition fans laud new signings or despair at a lack of activity Chelsea know exactly where we stand.

The one player that was going to leave whatever happens has left for a sizeable fee and we squeezed a signing in January in Pusilic that will ease some of the pain felt by the departure of Hazard.

With a stockpile of talented players Chelsea still have plenty of options ahead of the current season and the mood of the fans and the bank balance will be positive come the start of the season.

Youth is getting a look from a new manager who understands the club’s DNA, if only every summer could be this awesome.

Think about it….. England have won the Cricket World Cup, a club legend has taken over as manager and our youth prospects are getting the kind of chance their predecessors could only have dreamed of.

The bank balance and profitability of the club will go up and my heart pressure is a little bit healthier.

The incoming club legend will have lower expectations to work form and might even get a fair crack of the whip. I think it is time that every Blues fan wrote to FIFA to thank them for their help.

Also absolutely no reason to watch the same story on Sky Sports News over and over again waiting for a slither of information about the club’s transfer targets.

If only every summer could be this way.

Glorious Chelsea Premier League Era Goals – 26-minute Video

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The Premier League have posted back to back Chelsea goals on their YouTube channel and it is glorious with goals from 1992 through to the modern-day.

There are goals from the greats to the not-so greats who had flashes of inspiration. The goals are from when we were rubbish, ok, hopeful and champions.

It even includes a goal from Danny Drinkwater

The players featured include

Gianfranco Zola, Mick Harford. John Spencer, Fernando Torres, Lampard, Scott Minto, Arjen Robben, Andriy Shevchenko, Didier Drogba, Bertrand Traore, Diego Costa, Eden Hazard, Claude Makelele, Mark Hughes, Alex, Chris Sutton, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Willian, Bolo Zenden, Andre Schurlle, Tore Andre Flo, Dan Petrescu, Nicholas Anelka, Juliano Beletti, Gus Poyet, Florent Malouda, Deco, Juan Mata, Joe Cole, Di Matteo, Ramires, Geremi, Jose Bosewinga, Pedro, Casarighi, Cesc Fabregas, Dennis Wise, Mario Stanic, Daniel Sturridge, Michael Essien, Hernan Crespo, Shaun Wright Phillips, Alvaro Morata, David Luiz, Marcos Alonso, Andy Townsend, Soloman Kalou, Florent Malouda, Eidur Gudjohnsen, Ashley Cole, Oscar.

Best Eden Hazard Goals For Chelsea – Video

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It is hard to believe it has been nearly five years since Eden Hazard arrived at Stamford Bridge so we took some time to look at some of the best Eden Hazard goals we have witnessed in that time.

During his time at the club, Hazard has scored some stunning goals. Some have been against minnows but the most memorable ones have been against rivals or helped launched us towards trophies.

Eden Hazard Goals

The Goal That Broke Spurs Hearts

In 2015/2016 Tottenham were chasing Leicester hard at the top of the Premier League. With just a few games left they travelled to Stamford Bridge with the aim of keeping the pressure on.

Having gone two goals up they assumed the points were in the bag, however a late comeback was completed by Hazard who scored a cracker late on to secure a 2-2 draw to hand Leicester the title.

Stunning Solo Goal Against Arsenal

If there was any doubt as to whether Hazard was back to his best then this gem of a solo run ended the discussion. He beat multiple players and then slotted the ball past the keeper with an expert finish before running off to the Chelsea faithful to celebrate a cracker.

Curling Beauty Against Manchester United

Scoring against Manchester United is a great way to gain the adoration of Chelsea fans. Eden Hazard did this beautifully with a curled beauty from the corner of the 18-yard box.

Left-hand edge of the 18-yard box and Eden Hazard curls in a beauty to earn us a replay in the FA Cup.


The season is not over for Hazard and we hope he will add many more cracking goals to his Chelsea resume before his time at the Bridge ends.

After all, his trophy cabinet at Chelsea includes the Europa League, League Cup and the Premier League. If he adds to that this season then let’s hope he stays to score more goals in the Champions League next season.