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Why Can’t Captain, Header, Legend Cahill Get His Due?

London is Blue Podcast discuss the victory over Southampton, and question why Cahill’s best never seems good enough for some fans.

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Episode Summary

4-2! 4-2! Chelsea has a new love affair this week and it’s with winning games 4-2! (I think we would all take that scoreline for every match the rest of the season.) After trading some blows early in the match, a Gary Cahill header kick started a run of three unanswered goals. We looked at how Chelsea faired in the 3-5-2 setup, talked about Costa’s 50th Premier League goal, and pondered why Gaz serves as a perpetual whipping boy for some fas.


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  • We’re meeting up with listeners and friends (like the Chelsea Fancast crew – Chelsea pods are not enemies, contrary to some beliefs!) when we’re over in London for the Middlesbrough match. It kicks off on May 6 between 7pm-9pm at The Atlas. Hopefully we can see some of you there!

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  • Why are we seemingly allergic to clean sheets? And what’s behind our problem conceding set piece goals?
  • How great is it to have Costa back scoring goals?
  • So, Cesc had a grand game, didn’t he?
  • What scenario sees some of the youth – Aké, Chalobah, Loftus-Cheek – get minutes through the last few games?

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