Last week, the Athletic published an article claiming that Lampard had blocked a long-term target of Chelsea Football Club who had been extensively scouted. For the past few months reports have been circulating that Lampard is pushing the club to sign Leicester’s Ben Chilwell despite many believing there to be better, cheaper options available. Both … Continue reading Opinion: Should clubs always back their managers in the transfer window?
With Chelsea 3-0 down to Bayern Munich going to Saturday's second-leg and a massive task facing the wounded Blues, we're taking a look at some of Chelsea's previous European comebacks for inspiration. Today we're remembering our comeback against Napoli on the road to our 2012 Champions League success. The Situation Credit: Daily Mail Chelsea went … Continue reading Great European Comebacks #2: Napoli 2012
Chelsea go into Saturday's game with Bayern Munich needing to win by at least 3 goals to overturn the 3-0 defeat from the first-leg. As if this task wasn't monumental enough, they will play the match without 6 to 9 first-team players. Captain Azpilicueta was injured in the FA Cup Final defeat to Arsenal, as … Continue reading Great European Comebacks #1: PSG 2014
10-men Chelsea fell to a disappointing 2-1 to defeat to Arsenal in a 2020 FA Cup Final marked with controversy. Chelsea were dominant for the opening stages of the match and took a deserved 1-0 lead through a Pulisic effort in the 5th minute. However, two goals from Aubameyang ensured that it was the red … Continue reading FA Cup Final (Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea): Match Report
On Sunday, Timo Werner landed in London in order to watch Chelsea's crucial game with Wolves from the stands. Yesterday, he trained with the First Team squad and today Chelsea have released his first interview with the club. Here are five things we learned about our exciting new talisman. 1. Lampard's pull power is real … Continue reading 5 Things We Learned From Werner’s Welcome Interview.
There is a very good chance that the FA Cup Final on Saturday goes to penalties. Both sets of fans would rather avoid them, but the truth is that 120+ minutes of football between Chelsea or Arsenal could be decided by 10 season-defining spot-kicks. If it does come down to that, Chelsea fans should be … Continue reading Hazard, Jorginho and the FA Cup Final: Chelsea’s Penalty Problem