Chelsea appeal for information from fans after reports of Spanish police and security using batons and supporters being hurt on way to Nou Camp

A growing number of people on Twitter who attended Wednesday’s Champions League defeat to Barcelona have claimed “guys [were] getting batoned by police as they left”. One even wrote that he had “pepper spray all over my face”, leading to Chelsea issuing an official statement pleading for eye-witness accounts. It read: “The

Barcelona legend Carles Puyol fears repeat of 2012 Chelsea Nou Camp upset

The Blues face an uphill task tonight with the last-16 tie poised at 1-1 from the first leg at Stamford Bridge. However, Puyol knows from bitter experience NEVER to write off the West Londoners. The shaggy-haired former defender, 39, was Barca captain when Chelsea came back from the brink in a dramatic

Juventus typically clinical in beating Tottenham, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain proving Arsenal wrong and Cristiano 'The Phenomenon' Ronaldo… this week's Champions League review

But it’s not all bad news. Not only did Manchester City and Liverpool make the quarter-finals but I won money on Tottenham losing too. Result! Next week, it’ll be Manchester United and Chelsea’s turn as they bid to make the last eight. Can they make it? Yes and no. NO QUARTER GIVEN How many years