The opening fixture of the UEFA Champions League where Chelsea host Sevilla at Stamford Bridge ended in 0-0 stalemate. Jorginho led the team out; the main captain Azpilicueta featured on the bench. Werner kicked the match off after both teams perform the required Black Lives Matter duties. He played the ball to Zouma who instantaneously … Continue reading Chelsea 0-0 Sevilla – What We Learned
The cunning faint moves; the lively dribbles, the adorable passes are the theme of Pulisic’s constant drama. It is a necessity to stay hooked to the TV when he is on the pitch. He’s such an enjoyable player to watch. The entertainment he produces earned him the ‘fan’s favourite’. I’m not forgetting the MLS icon, … Continue reading Christian Pulisic’s Under-Appreciated Character and Work Ethic
Warning: This is NOT written out of hate, criticism or bias, every point is an opinion backed with facts. You have the right to: weigh, filter, agree or disagree to it but not to change the context. Football’s biggest feature is its dynamism. I guess its shape explains it better; spherical, all rounded with no … Continue reading Hakim Ziyech may NOT be consistently needed in Lampard’s plan.
Successful, growing and it will take the place in the world that it deserves. We can’t stop the evolution. I had the honour to interview Jamie-Lee Napier’s mother and got an inside view of the sacrifices they made to get her to where she is today. There’s interest, the World Cup had a little over a … Continue reading Special – The Unstoppable Growth of Women’s Football
When the Timo Werner transfer links to Chelsea first emerged in July, everyone implausibly presumed that he is a left-winger. Perhaps an opinion they gripped to shield Cobham-made Tammy Abraham’s position from danger OR misunderstanding Naggelsman tactics. The entire Blue was anxious to watch him replicate his RB Leipzig’s role; possibly except me. I know … Continue reading The Incertitude on Werner’s Position: Winger? Striker?
According to the Chelsea fans, there is no excuse for Frank Lampard in the coming season. Win titles or leave. He has the next 9 months to lift a silverware or #LampardOut. Not even a consideration for a club legend. With these businesses in the transfer market, he has been placed an ultimatum by the … Continue reading OPINION: What should be expected of Frank Lampard?
Ethan Ampadu has secured his second loan move away from Chelsea. This time to an English club and a Premier League club. He will spend his 2020/21 season under the guidance of the talented Chris Wilder. It’s hard to predict that a player who made his senior debut at the age of 15 years will … Continue reading Opinion – Ethan Ampadu To Sheffield Utd
Arguably no better feeling beats watching a home-grown player represent the first team for football fans. Same could be said of Chelsea fans and their affinity towards Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mason Mount. Both players became blue at a kiddy age of 8 and 6-year old respectively. The main likeliness of these stars is they both … Continue reading RLC 18/19 vs Mount 19/20: Breaking Through
Several additions have been into the first team. These players all have distinctive styles of play which could cause some headache for the manager. For instance, Hakim Ziyech is a creative wide player who isn’t pacy enough to be a threat in transition. Also, Timo Werner is a natural striker who feels better playing out … Continue reading Lampard Potential 2020/21 Formations
Angelo Mangiante of Sky Sports Italy has tweeted that Paris Saint-Germain 36-year old veteran defender Thiago Silva has been offered to Chelsea. The defender will be leading his team in the Champions League final this Sunday but his contract expires after. Hence his future is currently clouded. It’s no surprise he was offered to Chelsea. … Continue reading Opinion: Thiago Silva offered to Chelsea