Rampant Chelsea not blue as community looks set to roar to the end of the season

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Chelsea have made a near faultless start to the Premier League season and with Diego Costa have finally found a striker in prolific form. Whilst the season is not even a third of the way through with seven games now played it’s difficult to see who can stop the Blues this season.

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Obviously we have a strong reputation for social media from the Footymad forums to the multi-million liked pages we manage for ourselves and the likes of the PFA.

Chelsea have moved forward as a team and what they have now is a world class playmaker in Cesc Fabregas and a deadly attacking outlet in Diego Costa which means they have less need to ‘park the bus’. Against Arsenal they showed they can not only play their game but also disrupt an opponents flow through their tactical discipline. Of all the clubs so far this season in the Premier League few would question that Chelsea are the most improved by their transfer activity. The few players that where quietly brought in early in the window have provided a real swagger in their play and many fans on Chelsea Now debating and celebrating their clubs success. With nine goals, Costa has scored more goals than Aston Villa, Sunderland, West Brom, Stoke, Newcastle Burney and QPR.

Head of Operations at DSG. Matthew Tait has this to say: “The success that Chelsea are enjoying in the league is certainly translating into big activity on Facebook. Many clubs have already started the mind games suggesting it’s now Chelsea’s title to lose which of course is absurd given the point we are at in the season. We are extremely pleased with the way the community is growing, it’s a great place to chat about the team as well as debate the finer points of tactics.”

Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG believes that the Chelsea page will become second only to the official site: “Obviously we have a strong reputation for social media from the Footymad forums to the multi-million liked pages we manage for ourselves and the likes of the PFA. The page is growing far faster than other fan pages and we believe we provide the best balance for our audiences in terms of quantity and quality.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as Football.co.uk, Sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.

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