Simeon Thomas-Wilson

Lover of football, sports writing, Chelsea FC, and life in general. Currently studying Journalism (amongst other things) at the University of Tasmania.
Simeon Thomas-Wilson has written 11 posts for World Football Columns

Blues Beat: Clinical United Remind Chelsea That It’s Goals Which Matter In Football

Chelsea’s situation isn’t as bad as it may seem after their setback at Old Trafford. Continue reading »

Blues Beat: Wins Over Sunderland & Leverkusen Prove That Chelsea Shouldn’t Be Written Off

Last year, Man United kept a steady pace throughout the season while Chelsea’s roaring flame burnt out too quickly. Interesting, then, what’s happening at the moment. Continue reading »

Blues Beat: Even If England Doesn’t, Chelsea Still Values Frank Lampard

Chelsea fans may welcome Frank Lampard’s departure from the England set-up. Continue reading »

Blues Beat: Is The Addition Of Juan Mata Sufficient To Satisfy Chelsea’s Artistic Bent?

Should Juan Mata conclude Chelsea’s summer shopping, or should one final offer be made for Luka Modric? Continue reading »

Blues Beat: Chelsea Endure a Tough Start At The Britannica

Simeon Thomas-Wilson reckons Clint Eastwood should have managed Chelsea at the Brittanica. The match had a bit of it all; the good, the bad and the ugly. Continue reading »

Blues Beat: Chelsea Are Set Inside With Lukaku, But What About The Wings?

Will opposing sides have the luxury of stacking up the middle against a narrow Chelsea attack? Continue reading »

Blues Beat: The Skinny On Chelsea’s Options After Losing Pastore

As the Fernando Torres saga continues to unwind, Roman Abramovich discovers, through Javier Pastore , that money doesn’t buy everything. Continue reading »

Blues Beat: What Can Javier Pastore Bring To Chelsea?

In his search for a creative midfielder who can put a fresh face on the Chelsea image, Roman Abramovich is now rumoured to be courting Javier Pastore. Continue reading »

To Keep Or Not To Keep: Chelsea’s Villas-Boas Must Decide On Sturridge

Chelsea’s machine needs a few new parts but Roman Abramovich is reluctant to put the old cogs up on blocks, lest he lose ground to his rivals. With the help of Jon Bon Jovi, Simeon Thomas-Wilson asks the musical question, what, then, is Andres Villas-Boas going to do with Daniel Sturridge? Continue reading »

Blues Beat: Essien’s Knee Forces Chelsea’s Hand In Midfield

Michael Essien goes down with yet another serious knee injury, forcing the Blues to rethink or at least ramp up their summer transfer plans. Continue reading »

Blues Beat: For Chelsea, Fabio Coentrao Was An Opportunity Thankfully Missed

Simeon Thomas-Wilson debuts a weekly World Football Column on happenings at Stamford Bridge by examining Chelsea’s good fortune in not landing Portuguese left back Fabio Coentrao. Continue reading »

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