Remembrance Day

Today is remembrance day.  Over the weekend, it was fantastic to see the minute’s silence across grounds was generally well observed. The Premier League has done a huge amount of Charity Work with the British Legion. Indeed, since 2012 alone, £1.6 million has been raised through the auctioning of match-worn poppy embroidered shirts.  I’m alsoContinue reading “Remembrance Day”

Chelsea Comfortable and Controlled

I’ve said it before, these 12:30 games can really go one of two ways. On the one hand, you have the chance to really lay down a marker to the sides around if you’re able to tally up three points. On the other hand, if you drop points the teams around you can smell freshContinue reading “Chelsea Comfortable and Controlled”

The Only Place to be Every Other Saturday

I have to say, when I read reports a couple of weeks ago that plans for the Stamford Bridge redevelopment were put on hold, I wasn’t particularly disappointed. A few years ago I had looked up to stadium’s such as the Emirates and Wembley and thought how cool it would be if Chelsea’s ground lookedContinue reading “The Only Place to be Every Other Saturday”

Introducing… The TubeTalk Podcast

Well well well, what do we have here then?! After some serious thinking and deliberation, I’m absolutely ecstatic to announce that Capital Kickoff is going to have its own podcast. The idea of creating a podcast has always been something thats really interested me but I’ve never really had any kind of platform to launchContinue reading “Introducing… The TubeTalk Podcast”

Four Goals Each and a Rollercoaster of Emotions

Wow. What on earth have I just had the pleasure and pain of witnessing on Tuesday night. It really was one of greatest games I’ve been fortunate enough to see in the flesh. The game simply had a little bit of everything and more than lived up to expectations. In a poll we ran beforeContinue reading “Four Goals Each and a Rollercoaster of Emotions”

Opinion Piece: Is VAR Even the Problem?

In a weekend which produced so many dramatic games, for many fans it will be the 4:30pm kickoff at Goodison Park which stays firmly in the minds of fans. That is of course for the horrific injury of André Gomes. A truly tragic incident, but one I believe can be talked about for two reasons:Continue reading “Opinion Piece: Is VAR Even the Problem?”

Chelsea Fight Off VAR at Vicarage Road

I firmly maintained, after our exit from the cup on Wednesday night, I would’ve had no problems with the defeat provided we went ahead and beat Watford on Saturday night. It would’ve all been worth it and I’m delighted to say it was. The Game Going into this fixture having won six consecutive away gamesContinue reading “Chelsea Fight Off VAR at Vicarage Road”