What a quiet week and a bit it's been in Chelsea-ville!
Part of me is hoping that one of our player's is outed as having an affair with Jose Mourinho's missus - if not just to psych out the special one for next week's tantalising second leg against Inter - probably the tie of the competition so far.
News this week is all of Joe Cole's impending exit, Anelka and Ballack signing new deals and Cech making his return to replace Hilarious earlier than expected and Captain fantastic John Terry thanking us, the loyal fans.
Of course we also have the upcoming match against the West Ham, of course managed by former Messiah Gianfranco Zola!
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I have never really had a dislike for West Ham, they play good football and always have done, and their fans always ensure a great atmosphere season-in season-out. For me they are one of the Premier League's last vestiges of a typically English team, although Zola appears to be addressing that.
However much I like playing West Ham, I love seeing us securing three points in a tricky derby, especially in a week where Arsenal face Hull and Man United play Fulham at Old Trafford - we clearly have the more difficult of the three matches on the weekend.
Frank Lampard is always up for the games against his former team, I'm hoping he can play as well as he did against Stoke in the quarter-final of the FA Cup last week where he showed his former form, something I feel has been missing for large parts of this season.
Even if he is still on track for twenty league goals once again.
One advantage we have this weekend is that we haven't had to saunter to easy victories in Europe. Fresher legs and minds could well see us having yet another advantage over our fellow title chasers.
Who knows, in this bizarre season of twists and turns we could well be back in pole position come Monday morning. Or not!