On Antonio Conte and the life "unhappy" in London.
Wherein we hunt down the source of the Papy Djilobodji rumor like we're looking for the source of the Nile.
The club have taken none too kindly to the report of a player wanting to lose rather than play for Mourinho again.
Captain Obvious here for obviousreports.com.
Try 'sinking', Fernando
IVANOVIC IN BUTT STORM. NEWS AT 12.
Let's play a game of words-in-mouth.
At least the FA haven't bought into the 'everything Diego Costa does is evil' line that the Mail is peddling.
Hey look the Eden Hazard thing is back.
The Guardian's top 100 (100-71 edition) list turns out to be really, really stupid
Narrative shift ahoy!
Here's Oliver "Qatari conspiracy" Kay with all the latest "news."
The Catalan press are inventing rumors to 'unsettle' Jose Mourinho? Shocking!
It must kill the Spanish press that one of their most dynamic young players is willingly choosing to stay at a club employing the man that ruins football everywhere he goes
Have you ever worked for Marca? Then you're a terrible human being.
Want coherent, unbiased analysis on Rafa Benitez's tenure? You might not find it on a Chelsea blog -- but you definitely won't see it in the mainstream media.
It turns out that Frank Lampard and John Terry are kind of old and broken and not the same great players they once were.
Haven't had your daily dose of stupidity from the worst paper in England yet? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
In which Graham attempts to impersonate the general footballing media
Sometimes hilariously-misleadin headlines are also, well, hilarious.
When exactly did silly season become stupid season?
Is anyone really surprised that this "story" was all make believe?
Dan Petrescu has 'blasted' Roman Abramovich. By saying he shouldn't have fired Roberto di Matteo. Uh huh.
A certain Brazilian centre back has been criticised for his performance against West Ham United last weekend, a complaint that... um... does not exactly hold up.
Round-up of the latest media coverage of Mark Clattenburg's "inappropriate language" fiasco, including the most controversial article yet as well as a WAGNH mention by a weekly magazine.
The Guardian doesn't seem particularly keen on making friends with us here at WAGNH Headquarters following a recent interview with Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge.
On top of some incredible comments from managers on the Clattenburg affair, it's hard not to be incensed by some of the words being written by men on the sorry issue.
The media coverage of the Mark Clattenburg affair has brought one stark fact to light: Racism in football is still not being taken seriously.
Neil Warnock and Ian Darke had some comments today on the Chelsea complaint against Mark Clattenburg. Both should really shut their mouths until the facts come out.
Yeah, Paul Hayward is a troll of the highest order. Is anyone surprised he said something dumb?