Chelsea

5 Tall Guys Chelsea Should Consider Buying

Chelsea are apparently in the market for a backup striker, and, if the rumor mill is to be believed, their only requirement for the job is that said striker be really tall. The Blues have been linked with Andy Carroll (6'4"), Olivier Giroud (6'4") Fernando Llorente (6'5") and Peter Crouch (6'7").

However, there's no need for them to stop there. There are plenty off tall folks out and about Chelsea can sign. With that in mind, we have some suggestions.

Chelsea Has Two Players Sent Off After Dives, Wins Anyway

Chelsea had two players shown second yellow cards after being adjudged to have been guilty of simulation during their FA Cup replay against Championship side Norwich on Wednesday. Nonetheless, Antonio Conte’s side survived a 94th-minute equalizer and managed to advance 5-3 in a shootout after a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.

The absurdity of the Chelsea vs. Norwich City replay was not about the beauty of the FA Cup, but instead the beauty of a referee who didn’t take shit from anyone, even with VAR ready to back him up. 

Funko Making Pop! Figures Of All Your Favorite Premier League Stars And Gary Cahill

It’s about damn time. For years, Funko has released its Pop! figures for everything from super heroes to Muppets and everything in between, helping grown men cockblock themselves with silly figurines littering their shelves and counter spaces. But now, Funko has gone in a new direction, providing the perfect thing to help men get laid: football Funko Pop figures. 

Arsene Wenger Sits In Press Box For Boring Draw

Arsenal and Chelsea played to a 0-0 draw in the Carabao Cup semifinals Wednesday (marking the FOURTH time the two sides have drawn this season), and it was DEFINITELY a soccer game, that's for sure. Arsene Wenger, serving the second match of his touchline ban, sat in the press box. Hopefully that gave him lots of time to answer questions about Alexis Sanchez and Manchester City.

Let's take a look at the highlights:

Mourinho-Conte Feud Reaches Remarkably Personal Levels With No End In Sight

With Manchester City holding an unassailable 15-point lead at the top of the Premier League table, the managerial mind games in the race for second place began in earnest on Thursday with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho outlining how his work sets up future managers for success and how he refuses to “behave as a clown on the touchline,” both quips being viewed as digs at Chelsea coach Antonio Conte.

We'd Be Fine If Every Game Arsenal Played Was A Wildly-Entertaining Draw

Where to begin with this game? We'll start with Alvaro Morata. If Chelsea had someone else playing striker, they probably would have won this game running away. But, they did have Alvaro Morata, and he missed three clear chances. So it goes.

You know who didn't miss, though? Jack Wilshere! Welcome back, Jack!

You know who else doesn't miss? Hector Bellerin, who nailed Eden Hazard squarely in the foot with his foot to set this up:

Fantasy Premier League Tips Week 21

Oh baby! The last Premier League Matches of the year! We got two matchdays over the next 4 days so let's get to it. Here are some candidates to use your transfer on:

Jordan Pickford (Everton):

The appointment of Sam Allardyce transformed Everton into the best defensive side in the EPL throughout December and goalkeeper Jordan Pickford into a fantasy monster. He’ll keep a clean sheet against Bournemouth on Saturday and give you 10 points in goal.

Abdoulaye Doucoure (Watford):

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