Check out our player ratings as Chelsea qualify for the semi-finals of the FA Cup after a narrow win at Leicester
If any player can best summarize Chelsea’s roller coaster of a season, it’s Rudiger. Signed in the summer of Conte’s disastrous second year in charge, Rudiger was expected to add some pace and energy to an ageing backline with his youthful exuberance. But time flies so fast that only in his third season at Chelsea, … Continue reading Player Profile: The tide turns on Rudiger.
Chelsea’s youth revolution this season has caught the eye of many fans and neutrals alike. The club and fans had been waiting desperately for a youth product to make the grade since John Terry, and their calls have been answered and how! Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount, Reece James, Christensen and many more have shown that … Continue reading A-Z: Y is for Youth
Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich, a self made billionaire who is better known for changing the fortunes of Chelsea football club, is a man who shies away from the spotlight. He is one of the most influential Russians around, but still not many people know about the real Roman Abramovich. Roman was born on 24th October 1966 … Continue reading A-Z: A is for Abramovich.
Chelsea’s previous three coaches, before Lampard, all had a clear style of play. Jose’s teams are famous for their defensive solidity and ruthlessness upfront (Spurs are just shit). Conte made the three centre backs and wingbacks popular again, and Sarri is perhaps one of the most rigid coaches with an attacking passing style- which works … Continue reading Frankieball Blueprint
Another game against Manchester United and another defeat for Frank Lampard. But this one was more significant than the others, with the race for top 4 getting closer each week. United have now closed the gap to three points, while Spurs’ win over Aston Villa helped them to get within a point of the coveted … Continue reading The Frank Review