Opposition Report: Sheffield United

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

The Goalkeeper Conundrum – Potential Kepa Replacements

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

Crystal Palace 2-3 Chelsea: Player Ratings

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

Jorginho: Cause for concern or tactical decision?

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 vs Watford: Score Predictions

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

Chelsea’s set-piece struggles and why it matters

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

Actions Speak Louder than Words: Frank Lampard’s Strong Statement to Young Players Sets High Standards

“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

Opposition Report: Leicester City

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

Michy Batshuayi: Chelsea’s forgotten man hidden in the shadows

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

Chelsea’s critical yet confusing centre-back dilemma

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

Player Profile: Fikayo Tomori – Chelsea’s Commanding Centre-Back of the Future

 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

Player Profile: Kepa Arrizabalaga – The Spaniard’s Roaring Redemption

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

Tactical Analysis: Can Billy Gilmour excel in Defensive Midfield?

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?

Are Chelsea Women building a Lyon?

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?