On Saturday, Chelsea will travel to Bramall Lane, with Frank Lampard’s men hoping to extend their chances of securing Champions League football next season. This campaign, Sheffield United have exceeded expectations - proving their worth in England’s top flight and putting in some worthy performances against the top teams in the division. Having only been … Continue reading Opposition Report: Sheffield United
As Project Restart rolls on, Chelsea have been on a roll. In spite of the defeat at West Ham, the Blues have risen to third in the table with four games to play: now above Leicester City and Manchester United. Last Time Out: Credit: BBC Chelsea drew 2-2 at home to Sheffield United, throwing away … Continue reading Sheffield United vs Chelsea: Match Preview
In what has been a topsy-turvy campaign to say the least, several players are guilty of inconsistency. Despite being impeccable in a particular game, they follow that performance with arguably their worst in a Chelsea kit - and manage to top it every time. While that is expected of a youthful squad, certain individuals, who … Continue reading The Goalkeeper Conundrum – Potential Kepa Replacements
Chelsea’s most featured centre-half pairings have been either Zouma and Tomori or Rudiger and Christensen. This appears to be a decision on the basis of experience, and with little genuine tactical foresight. Rudiger and Christensen have been at the club for the last three years and have during that time played under three different managers, … Continue reading The Centre Back Dilemma
Ryan profiles Kai Havertz amidst more heavy links with the Leverkusen youngster. I feel like I have been here before, having this strong sense of Déjà vu. It was only a few short weeks ago that I was sitting right here working up my thoughts on a certain German goal machine. I was trying to … Continue reading Kai Havertz – Our Next German Sensation?
Amidst all of this talk about the fine form of Chelsea attack, with all three of Christian Pulisic, Willian and Olivier Giroud being in excellent form for the Blues, there is another area of the team that seems to be constantly evolving. Despite some mixed performances, Chelsea's new midfield seems to be taking shape nicely. … Continue reading Opinion: Jorginho DOES have a Chelsea Future
Chelsea collected a fortunate victory at Selhurst Park to move up to third. Rey Stevinho provides the lowdown on the individual performances of the team. Kepa Arrizabalaga - 5 Underwhelming performance. Not convincing enough and was indecisive at times with aerial balls. Chelsea's whole backline weren't much different as they all looked nervy. It could … Continue reading Crystal Palace 2-3 Chelsea: Player Ratings
Chelsea leave Selhurst Park in third place after a fortuitous win over the Eagles.
Crystal Palace (4-3-3): Substitutes: Meyer, Townsend, Sakho, Hennessey, McCarthy, Woods, Mitchell, Pierrick, Riedewald Chelsea (4-3-3): Substitutes: Rudiger, Alonso, Jorginho, Abraham, Pedro, Loftus-Cheek, Caballero, Hudson-Odoi, Batshuayi
The All Things Chelsea Team give their score predictions for today’s Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Let us know your predictions in the comments below!
Since football returned, no Chelsea player has endured more differing fortunes than Jorginho. Before the coronavirus pandemic brought life to a halt, the Italian was a firm favourite for Frank Lampard. He had made the second-highest number of appearances, featured in 88% of games and was only behind Tammy Abraham for goals. Yet now, it … Continue reading Jorginho: Cause for concern or tactical decision?
Chelsea and Crystal Palace have shared a rather symbiotic relationship over the years, with several high profile players trading the leafy enclave of West London for the sweeping city views south of the city. Palace's promotion to the Premier League in 2013 has provided Chelsea with an abundance of opportunities to test raw talent in … Continue reading Crystal Palace vs Chelsea: Top 5 Players
Tom takes a look at the run in for the top four challengers, and identifies where Chelsea, Wolves, Leicester and Manchester United may slip up in the final weeks.
On Tuesday evening, Chelsea travel to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace. The Blues bounced back from a loss at the London Stadium in style with a comfortable 3-0 home win over Watford. There are now just five Premier League games left for Chelsea, and with an away trip to Anfield followed by a visit … Continue reading Opposition Report: Crystal Palace
Tom Overend makes a journey across Europe to give us a lowdown on the performances from our loan army over the past weekend.
In the third part of a new feature, Nischal guides us through his favourite Chelsea kit and what it means to him as a lifelong Chelsea fan.
Chelsea cooly swatted the Hornets aside on Saturday night to reclaim their position in the top four that had briefly been occupied by Manchester United earlier on in the afternoon. Tom Overend provides the lowdown on the individual performances of the team.
Frank Lampard will be delighted as Chelsea brushed past the Hornets with ease on a mild summer evening in West London. After positive results for rivals Leicester and Manchester United, a win was of the greatest necessity to regain momentum after the hiccup in midweek Starting off the game in fifth position, Chelsea needed no … Continue reading Chelsea 3-0 Watford: Match Report
Chelsea (4-3-3): Substitutes: Rudiger, Alonso, Jorginho, Abraham, Pedro, Loftus-Cheek, Caballero, Hudson-Odoi, Gilmour Watford (4-2-3-1): Substitutes: Gomes, Cleverley, Welbeck, Masina, Cathcart, Joao Pedro, Gray, Holebas, Pereyra
The All Things Chelsea Team give their score predictions for today’s Premier League fixture against Watford at Stamford Bridge. Let us know your predictions in the comments below! This new feature will see three of our team explain the thinking behind their predictions for the game, and let us know what they are looking out for in the … Continue reading Chelsea vs Watford: Score Predictions
As Willian's Chelsea future is up in the air, Jack (@isoncfc) sets out his case as to why Willian should stay at the club beyond the end of the season.
This Saturday, Chelsea return to action Stamford Bridge against Watford. Jack analyses our opposition, and tells us which of the Hornets to watch out for. The Background Credit: Premier League Last season's FA Cup finalists currently sit 17th in the Premier League table after an absolutely horrendous start which saw manager Javi Gracia lose his … Continue reading Opposition Report: Watford
Rey Stevinho previews Chelsea's upcoming fixture game Watford at Stamford Bridge on Saturday kicking off at 8pm. With four matches under his belt, Lampard has seen what his current Chelsea side is capable of. The Blues were able to hold off a feisty gauntlet of opponents - winning their first three matches - before collapsing … Continue reading Chelsea vs Watford: Match Preview
Chelsea links with Kai Havertz have intensified in the past days, with reports now suggesting the Blues are determined to beat Bayern to bring him to West London. Tobi Promise sets out his case as to why Chelsea should NOT acquire Bayer Leverkusen's man this summer.
What have we learnt from Frank Lampard’s Chelsea this season? Chelsea can beat the best teams in England, and produce some outstanding performances when it matters. The injection of youth players has paid off, proving that after all, the kids are alright. This squad has huge potential among its ranks, and can challenge at the … Continue reading Chelsea’s set-piece struggles and why it matters
In the second part of a new feature, Konark guides us through his favourite Chelsea kit and what it means to him as a fan.
Jack (@isoncfc) reviews Declan Rice's performance against the Blues and the role he might play at Chelsea under Frank Lampard.
After three back to back wins against Aston Villa, Manchester City, and Leicester, we end our fourth with a 3-2 loss to West Ham. The same West Ham side that hasn’t scored any goals since the restart, yet managed to score three against us tonight. Let’s take a look at the individual performances of the … Continue reading West Ham 3-2 Chelsea: Player Ratings
Chelsea travel to the London Stadium to meet West Ham later this evening, and Sam Tabuteau recount his favourite moments in fixtures between the two sides.
In the first part of a new feature, Alex guides us through his favourite Chelsea kit and what it means to him as a lifelong Chelsea fan.
Chelsea Football Club have had a good June, with 2 wins in the Premier League and a win in the FA Cup Quarter-Finals following the return of football after the COVID-enforced hiatus. Next up, Chelsea face West Ham at the London Stadium on Wednesday. The Blues are currently in the sat in 4th place on … Continue reading Opposition Report: West Ham United
Alex previews Chelsea's upcoming fixture against West Ham at the London Stadium, which will kick-off at 8:15pm on Wednesday.
Ever since the deals for Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner were announced by the club, the onus now seems to be on improving the defence. The Havertz chatter, however exciting, has made us turn a blind eye to our defensive frailties, and our dire need for a left back and a centre back. While Lampard … Continue reading Scout Report: David Alaba
To celebrate the launch of our new home kit, we are teaming up with The Kit Supplier (@thekitsupplier1) to give away FOUR retro shirts of your choice. To enter, click here and follow the instructions! For a bonus entry, comment your favourite Chelsea strip of all time down below. My Favourite Chelsea Shirts 2016/17 Home … Continue reading Retro Shirt Giveaway – Enter Now!
“The gaffer said that the first-half was simply not good enough to wear the Chelsea badge. We needed to fix up.” The words of match winner Ross Barkley summarised the dissatisfaction of Frank Lampard following Chelsea’s poor first half display which the 42-year-old Head Coach labelled “the worst” since taking over nearly 12 months ago … Continue reading Actions Speak Louder than Words: Frank Lampard’s Strong Statement to Young Players Sets High Standards
Chelsea have been drawn against Manchester United in the FA Cup Semi Finals. This will be played at Wembley on the 18th and 19th July, behind closed doors. This will be the fourth time we have faced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side this season, with the Red Devils victorious in the three previous meetings. Full Draw: … Continue reading FA Cup Semi Final Draw – Manchester United Part 4
Check out our player ratings as Chelsea qualify for the semi-finals of the FA Cup after a narrow win at Leicester
Chelsea have been drawn against Manchester United in the FA Cup Semi Finals. This will be played at Wembley on the 18th and 19th July, behind closed doors.
The All Things Chelsea Team give their score predictions for today's FA Cup Quarter Final against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. Let us know your predictions in the comments below!
Leicester City and Chelsea finally meet this afternoon at 4pm in the FA Cup Quarter Finals. The game itself may be a few months later than we were expecting, but that doesn't make it any less important! With less than 12 hours ago, now would seem an appropriate time to put together a list of … Continue reading Leicester City vs Chelsea : The Top 5 Moments
Tom Overend makes a journey across Europe (from his own living room!) to give us a lowdown on today's performances from our loan army.
Following the return to the 2019/20 season under Project Restart, Chelsea Football Club have started with 2-1 wins against both Aston Villa and Manchester City. Now they turn their attention to the FA Cup Quarter Finals, where they’ll be taking on Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. Both sides have drawn home and away … Continue reading Opposition Report: Leicester City
Iram previews our upcoming FA Cup Quarter-Final tie against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium for All Things Chelsea.
Tobi Promise analyses the colossal impact of Christian Pulisic on Frank Lampard in his limited playing time this season, and discusses his prospects for next season.
After a nervy yet imposing win, Chelsea managed to snatch 3 points this last weekend against Aston Villa. They managed to increase the gap to 5 points for a while after United were able to thwart Sheffield United comfortablely 3-0 yesterday evening. This closed the gap to 2 putting the pressure on Chelsea early once … Continue reading One to Watch: Riyad Mahrez
With Timo Werner finally confirmed on Thursday, Chelsea now have four strikers among their ranks. Werner will undoubtedly be top of the pecking order, with the German scoring more goals than the other three combined in an outstanding season at RB Leipzig. Tammy Abraham offers even more goalscoring prowess, with his 15 goals making him … Continue reading Michy Batshuayi: Chelsea’s forgotten man hidden in the shadows
Football’s long-awaited return is just around the corner, as the clock ticks down to Chelsea’s trip to Aston Villa. It’s vital that the Blues get off to a good start, with only three points between them and a Europa League spot, currently occupied by Manchester United. Frank Lampard has decisions to make about who to … Continue reading Chelsea’s critical yet confusing centre-back dilemma
For all of Chelsea’s defensive woes this season, it’s been a privilege to watch the breakthrough and development of Fikayo Tomori. Over the summer, the controversial departure of David Luiz and the end of an era for Gary Cahill opened up two new centre-back spots at Stamford Bridge. Kurt Zouma returned from his loan at … Continue reading Player Profile: Fikayo Tomori – Chelsea’s Commanding Centre-Back of the Future
With Chelsea's youth taking centre stage at the beginning of the season, Reece James had to bide his time before stepping into the limelight for Chelsea. Fans had to wait to see the 20-year-old in action due to injury, but it was definitely worth the short wait. Since then, he has established himself as a … Continue reading Player Profile: Reece James – The New Era.
Very few players at Chelsea have divided opinion as much as Kepa Arrizabalaga. The Spanish goalkeeper enjoyed a stellar debut season under Maurizio Sarri, playing a key role in the Europe League triumph. Yet this season could not have been more different, with contrasting performances reflected in the fans’ conflicting views. Chelsea’s rollercoaster of a … Continue reading Player Profile: Kepa Arrizabalaga – The Spaniard’s Roaring Redemption
Billy Gilmour has been ruled out of the rest of the current campaign by injury. Jordan (@brighty160) analyses whether he has a future in defensive midfield on his return. In recent times Chelsea have been blessed with exceptional young players across all departments. None more than in central midfield. The likes of Michael Essien, Michael … Continue reading Tactical Analysis: Can Billy Gilmour excel in Defensive Midfield?
Chelsea FC Women; 2020 Continental Cup Winners. Source: news.abs-cbn.com Before I go on to answer this question, I'd just explain what a “Lyon” is. It’s not complicated at all, stay with me. Olympique Lyonnais Féminine plays in the D1 Féminine, the highest tier of Women's football in France. Unlike their famous male counterparts (who once … Continue reading Are Chelsea Women building a Lyon?
Nima and Alex discuss Chelsea's Italian stars from history and who are the next names to watch from the Serie A.
In the fifth part of a new feature, Justin guides us through his favourite Chelsea kit and what it means as a lifelong fan of the club.