Posts Tagged ‘chelsea’

The above formula details the likely success of a penalty kick. I hate to admit this, but this sort of thing probably would have really helped me in math. More than that though, the penalty formula is, strangely, one of the reasons I can appreciate sports even more now though. With the vast success of […]


This is one of those “intertwined” posts. The Arsenal fullback on his team’s mentality: Following their Champions League exit this week, Arsenal are now focused solely on the Premier League but, with a three-point gap to make up on leaders Chelsea and only five games remaining, Sagna wants to see his team-mates adopt more of […]


Housekeeping

07Apr10

First up, you’ll notice I finally added my fellow TNC commenters’ blogs under “Ta-Nehisians.” They blog on quite a variety of topics; here I was all thinking everyone just has esoteric blogs on political communication and whatever the fuck else they feel like. But anyway, please check out their stuff. I’ll be reading them near […]


Blogger Down

16Mar10

Posting is going to be light this week. Normally I might even try to live blog the Chelsea match considering I’m not at work. Unfortunately, I’m not at work due to the Norovirus. It’s evil.


This is part of at least a two-part series I’ll be doing on my NYC trip this weekend. As those who know me will attest, I’ve been a Chelsea FC  fan for years now. However chances to properly support the club have come few and far between. This sadly, is just a fact of being […]


Fired from Chelsea after Didier Drogba lost them the Champions League Final, Avram Grant’s future is in doubt, with Chelsea being the only piece of managing experience on his resume. Manchester City may be calling…


As reported yesterday, Chelsea FC lost to Man U in the Champions’ League Final on Wednesday. John Terry, center back defender, someone who I’ve never seen take a penalty in my years of watching Chelsea play, missed what would have been the clinching goal, slipping as he kicked it. Many wondered why Terry was sent up to […]