This was undoubtedly the worst performance of the season. The twitter timeline is engulfed in 3-0 memes and gifs of Bambi on ice. If you were missing not being able to watch the circus due to quarantine, no worries, Chelsea has you covered! Not even a minute after the whistle blew, the circus began with … Continue reading Sheffield United 3-0 Chelsea: Player Ratings
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
Iram previews our upcoming FA Cup Quarter-Final tie against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium for All Things Chelsea.
Christian Mate Pulisic had gargantuan shoes to fill this season, as he was supposedly the replacement for our former best player, Eden Hazard. The 21 year old star came from America, where the term “Football” is used to describe a sport where they use the indicated body part for less than 5% of the game. … Continue reading Player Profile: Christian Pulisic
Chelsea Football Club has a diverse fan base with many distinct stereotypical classes inscribed. Our founding fathers were, according to 2003 sources, aiming towards a synonymous community where fans could agree with each other and share similar viewpoints on the team and football as a whole. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your viewpoint), in today’s … Continue reading 7 Types of Chelsea Fans
Chelsea has had a unique history with referees. Some of these fine gentlemen have shown great wisdom and sportsmanship, important traits for every sports official. However, modern football is deeply acquainted with game-throwing bribes and bias. Although it is quite easy to make a long list of unjust referees, I decided to choose three unique … Continue reading A-Z: R is for Referees. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
In times of crisis and isolation, there’s always a need for good memories. We fans of Chelsea FC have a plethora of exciting moments and historical landmarks, post-2003 of course. Inspired by the works of Monty Python and Adam Sandler, I bring to you lucky readers my top five Chelsea transfers of all time. Be … Continue reading Ranking the Top 5 Chelsea Transfers: Serious Edition ft. Morata, Cuadrado…
Chelsea's form in 2020 has been incredibly inconsistent and as a result of that, there has been a dramatic increase of #LampardOut on the timelines of Chelsea fans on Football Twitter (FT). Intriguingly, fans that were "Pro-Sarri" last season are quite similar to the ones producing tweets with this hashtag in terms of the tactics … Continue reading #LampardOut? Don’t Be Ridiculous
Ever since VAR has been instituted in the Premier League this season, there has been controversy after controversy in nearly every game played. It’s such a big issue that coin terms are given to teams that people think benefit the most from VAR the most (ex. LiVARpool and VARchester United). Just recently, Chelsea themselves have … Continue reading The State of VAR in the Premier League
After the 3-0 thrashing we suffered against Bayern Munich, it’s time for the squad and coaches to put their chins up and regain focus. Although we are basically on track to be knocked out come March 18, we still have much to do to reach our goals this season. Currently we sit rather uncomfortably in … Continue reading Chelsea Going Forward.