Membership Renewal 2011 /2012

For renewal of membership for this year please download this form (Membership Form 11-12) and mail to Vanessa Debatista, 2 Doris Flats, Msierah Street, San Gwann.It is important to fill in your e-mail address.

Alternatively forms are available at the club in Mosta where payment can be done too.


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Player of the Year 2009/2010

Once again it is the time to vote for Chelsea’s player of the year for our Double winning season. Who will it be???? There are a few contenders however favorites seem to be – Ivanovic, Drogba, Malouda, Lampard…… You may vote to any player you like….. even Joe Cole!!!!!! Voting is open to all members of the local club.

Hurry place your vote by e-mail too . You may also vote on the form that will be sent out with the next newsletter and send by post or can be handed out to a committee member. Please write your name and the player you think will be the winner. The winner trophy will

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The Committee is in the process of changing the mailing system of our newsletter. If you have provided us with an e-mail address, the newsletter will no longer be sent by normal post but ONLY by e-mail. The e-mailed version will be in colour.  

If you would like to receive the newsletter by post please send an e-mail on . Unless you advise us, the newsletter will no longer be sent. This version will be in black & white.  

 If you have not provided us with an e-mail address would appreciate if this could be done at your earliest.

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Please note that GO TV are NOT transmitting the Pre season frendly games on Chelsea TV due to contractual obligations. Therefore the games are not being transmitted at the Mosta Club… Please contact Mario Cachia for further information on 7788 5745  or 9988 5745.

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Below is a table with the ordering dates for match tickets for members of Chelsea FC UK. Tickets can ONLY be purchased by these members for their use only and cannot be passed on to any other persons.

The local club will do its utmost to assist non UK members to obtain tickets for matches. These go on sale usually a week after the date mentioned below. Please check on the ticket page on the Chelsea FC website Chelsea Supporters Club Malta cannot be held responsible for non delivery of tickets. For further details contact Chris Micallef on 9942 6867.

Date Match Order Period Category
Sat Aug 14 West Bromwich Albion 12/07/10 -  15/07/10 B
Sat Aug 28 Stoke City 26/07/10 -  29/07/10 B
Sun Sept 19 Blackpool 16/08/10 – 19/08/10 B
Sun Oct 3 Arsenal 30/08/10 – 02/09/10 A
Sat Oct 23 Wolves 20/09/10 – 23/09/10 B
Wed Nov 10 Fulham 04/10/10 – 07/10/10 B
Sun Nov 14 Sunderland 11/10/10 – 14/10/10 B
Sat Dec 4 Everton 01/11/10 – 04/11/10 B
Sat Dec 18 Manchester United 15/11/10 – 18/11/10 A
Tue Dec 28 Bolton Wanderers 22/11/10 – 25/11/10 B
Sat Jan 1 Aston Villa 29/11/10 – 02/12/10 B
Sat Jan 15 Blackburn Rovers 13/12/10 – 16/12/10 B
Sat Feb 5 Liverpool 03/01/11 – 06/01/11 A
Sat Feb 26 Birmingham City 24/01/11 – 27/01/11 B
Sat Mar 19 Manchester City 14/02/11 – 17/02/11 A
Sat Apr 9 Wigan Athletic 07/03/11 – 10/03/11 B
Sat Apr 23 West Ham United 21/03/11 – 24/03/11 A
Sat Apr 30 Tottenham Hotspur 28/03/11 – 31/03/11 A
Sat May 14 Newcastle United 11/04/11 – 14/04/11 B
  Please note that all fixtures are subject to date and time change
    O’SEAS MEM (Euros) Others (Euros)
COST – CATEGORY A GAME 85.00 100.00  
COST – CATEGORY B GAME 80.00 100.00  
If seats are allocated at West Upper there will be a supplement of Euro 20.00 per ticket

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Annual General Meeting 2010

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THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS SEASON SUCH A BRILLIANT ONE …… PS for the past three years the team that eliminated Chelsea in the Champions League have gone on to win it….

Chelsea Supporters Club Malta at Wembley

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The game will be shown LIVE at the MOSTA CLUB at 16.00 hrs.

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Barring the biggest FA Cup Final upset since Sunderland, god bless ‘em, beat Leeds in 1973, a week from today we will have won the double. Over the last few years there has been talk of trebles and quadruples but for one reason or another we have failed in our attempts. Carlo Ancelotti will have led Chelsea to their most successful season ever. The ghost of Jose’ Mourinho will be banished for ever. Not from our hearts, that will never happen. More importantly it will be banished from the manager’s office.

The day Jose’ Mourinho waltzed into Stamford Bridge in the early summer of 2004 the manager’s seat at Stamford Bridge was never the same again. His now famous quote that he was a special one, not one out of a bottle, broke a mould. As a Chelsea fan what made me even more excited that day was his other bit of brashness. When asked if Chelsea would win the title the next season there was no pussyfooting around. Yes we will, because we have the best manager and the best bunch of players. Very refreshing after a year of listening to Claudio Ranieri talking about learning to walk before we could run and all that crap.

Once the trophies were delivered as promised, the deification of Jose’ was complete. Every other manager in the Chelsea hot seat would have Mourinho as an albatross around his neck.

I admit to having had my doubts when Ancelotti was appointed. His last league win was in 2004 and he had endured an abysmal last couple of seasons at AC Milan. But from the day I saw him crack a couple of jokes with the assembled press in his broken English I thought straight away that we were on to something. It was a complete metamorphosis of the image he gave in Italy.

At the end Carlo showed three qualities that have led us to success this year. First of all he came in with little fuss and decided, or perhaps accepted, to work with what he found. No entourage of backroom staff and no barrage of new signings. He had a go at getting Andrea Pirlo but once that came to nothing he just got on with the job. Yuri Zhirkov, Daniel Sturridge and Ross Turnbull were not his signings so it was really a case of making do with what was available. In January, with four players at the African Cup of Nations plus a few others out injured, he still didn’t go to Abramovich for money to sign new players.

Secondly he had a Plan B. No manager anywhere in the world is ever going to win anything sticking to just one system. He started with a midfield diamond, moved on to a Christmas tree formation and ended the season with a 4 – 3 – 3. His ego didn’t prevent him from, in a way, admitting he was wrong. We started off like a house on fire but very soon, as had happened with Scolari, teams sussed the system out and came up with counter measures to cope with it. Our full backs were blocked from making their runs and we started to look predictable. No problem, just change the system, the goals flowed and we were back on course.

Thirdly he knew how to pick the team up after a difficult time. The first came in December during which we were knocked out of the League Cup and won only two out of six league games. In January we won five out of five. Even worse was the period when we got knocked out of the Champions League, lost at home to Manchester City and drew at Blackburn. But that was followed by eight wins in nine, winning the league, getting into the FA Cup Final and scoring thirty six goals in the process.

Forget the rubbish that this wasn’t a great Premiership season qualitywise. So many points were dropped not because the top teams were weaker but rather because so many of the so called smaller clubs got better. Fulham in the final of the Europa League was testament to this. This really was the year were there were no easy games and the fact that we scored so many goals was proof of our quality and not the other way round. In the Champions League both United and Chelsea were unlucky. We were as usual denied clear cut penalties in both legs against Inter, and as much as Robben’s goal against United had me jumping out of my seat in joy, United were by far the better of the two teams over both legs. So while no Premiership team made it to the semis it could and should have been two.

Yes we all wanted to win the Champions League but there is always next year. For the time being we can content ourselves with being champions of the strongest and most competitive league in the world. And of having at last found a manager big and good enough to fill Jose’s boots.

At last we can say – the king is dead, long live the king.

(Article by Richard Micallef)

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After the thrashing of Wigan Chelsea are crowned the new premiership Champions. Thanks KING CARLO….. eat your hearts out United….

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