Poet, geologist, eternal slayer of dope beats.
It's all left to play for in Amsterdam, as Chelsea and S.L. Benfica combine for nothing much of anything during the first half of the Europa League final.
The Europa League final is not quite what Chelsea had in mind when it began this promising season, but hey, the Blues are here so they might as well win the damn thing, right?
Mr. Midnight Sun (aka Tom Henning Ovrebo) hoists Champions League of Hate trophy in stunning upset over tournament favorite Rio Ferdinand.
The ever-evolving, never-to-stop Jose Mourinho murmuring has continued today, with the current Real Madrid scapegoat endorsing new Manchester United boss David Moyes and giving yet another hint about his next destination.
The favorites did what favorites do. Now it's time to see who emerges from two highlight ties in the semifinals of the Champions League of Hate.
Could we have asked for a better time to see voting for the quarterfinal round of the inaugural Champions League of Hate commence? I think not. Vote or die, people.
T.G.I.F., my ass. You people better still be angry enough to vote on our second set of ties in the first knockout round of the inaugural Champions League of Hate.
In a good mood following yesterday's result at Craven Cottage? Snap out of it. It's time to vote to see who advances to the quarterfinals of the inaugural Champions League of Hate.
The group stage of the Champions League of Hate has concluded. Bitches. So, let's take a look at how it unfolded and what's on tap when voting for the first knockout round begins tomorrow.
There's still plenty of hate to go around. Vote now for your most despised in Groups E-H of the Champions League of Hate.
We let the hate simmer overnight and now it's time to begin the community voting process, with Groups A-D up for debate. Feel the abhorrence.
March Madness is done (in a few hours). The Champions League is closing in on its own final four. Seems like an appropriate time to unveil the latest piece from We Ain't Got No History — the Champions League of Hate.
Mystifying team selection from the honorable Rafa Benitez against Southampton resulted in what has become largely expected of this side under his stewardship - an embarrassing defeat.
The Daily Mail has been writing again. You, of course, know what that means. They're saying Torres is worth some money. We're not sure. We're hoping you can help us solve this conundrum.
The We Ain't Got No History family turns to an age-old Japanese tradition to pay tribute to Rafael Benitez.
The Daily Mail reckons Manchester City have made a late play to hijack Chelsea's proposed transfer for Metalist attacker Taison.
Former Chelsea player Miroslav Stoch denies Neymar second consecutive Puskas Award thanks to spectacular volley.
A turgid opening 45 minutes has Chelsea and Fulham goalless. Will the hosts wake up in the second half?
Chelsea could use a win Tuesday night at home against fellow Londonders Fulham. Rafa Benitez could use a win, too - and some Hydroxycut.
The staff at We Ain't Got No History weighs in on the appointment of Rafa Benitez. Hint: It's not pretty.
The talking heads may want to go ahead and prepare Chelsea's Champions League obituary for the 2012-13 season after the Blues were thrashed 3-0 by Juventus in Turin.
Chelsea are in some serious trouble in Turin after a first half in which they were thoroughly outplayed and trail through a Fabio Quagliarella goal. Join us for the second half.
The Old Lady welcomes Chelsea to Italy on Matchday 5 of the Champions League, with the Blues knowing full-well what's at stake - and dropping Fernando Torres in the process.
Winter is coming. And you know what that means: a run of unexplained futility from Chelsea Football Club.
Chelsea fail to unlock Swansea City in the opening half at the Liberty Stadium. Join us to see if Eden Hazard and Co. can improve for the second half.