Date: 9th October 2013 at 1:32pm
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Two good wins this week, against Norwich and Steua Bucharest, as Jose looks to have settled upon the back seven on the team sheet. But when Norwich equalised, Jose showed us the difference between a poor manager and a great one by introducing subs and tactics which turned the match in our favour bagging all three points in the process. As a result our odds in soccer betting at Sportsbook for the title will have shortened considerably!

Our special guest this week was voted Chelsea FanCast’s most popular guest last season. When he was last on the show in September 2012 he predicted that Jose would return and he talked so much the show lasted 3 hours. He is the on-pitch announcer who winds up the opposition fans – a warm Chelsea FanCast welcome to Neil ‘Spy’ Barnett.

We discuss the wins against Norwich and Steua Bucharest and we also award our match day awards for the Norwich game – The Fannies – for Man of the Match; Chant of the Match; Guinness and Celery Moments. And of course to wrap up we’ve got more stats from Chelsea Chadder and all the latest Chelsea supporter related news.

You can now listen to the show live at 19.00 every Monday by tuning in to or you can watch the TV show at the same time at Tweet us @ChelseaFanCast or if you have any questions, or want to sit on the ‘Benches’ or have any video clips from the pub or the terraces for us to run in the show then email us at If you want to Skype us on the show then add us on Skype: chelsea.fancast or email us to arrange it on the Monday.

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