Chelsea’s 2017/18 season was filled with inconsistency. A very dull season with ups and downs resulting in a 5th place finish in the league. However, a small redeeming compensation of the FA Cup trophy closed the season on a good note and gave the controversial Antonio Conte a parting gift. Going into the 2017/18, big … Continue reading BLUE DAYS PART SEVEN: 2018
In the fifth part of a new feature, Justin guides us through his favourite Chelsea kit and what it means as a lifelong fan of the club.
Over the past seven years, there has been one player that has consistently been reliable and always giving his all. Whether you think that he is not starting material or not, it is safe to say that Mr. Consistent himself, César Azpilicueta, has not failed to impress again. He might not be in his prime … Continue reading Player Profile: César Azpilicueta – Mr. Consistent
It is safe to say that there is no time to linger on to the disappointing 3-0 loss against Bayern Munich. Instead, all our focus should be on the Bournemouth clash. Having lost 1-0 at home last time to Bournemouth, it is without question that this clash will be a tough one again. Chelsea really … Continue reading One to Watch: Harry Wilson.
Chelsea’s biggest problem currently is consistency. But the underlying cause of this problem is the lack of creativity and the inability to break down teams with low defensive blocks. With Ruben Loftus-Cheek returning to training and set to be back on the pitch soon, could he be the solution to Chelsea’s biggest problem? The Issue … Continue reading Could Loftus-Cheek be the solution to Chelsea’s biggest problem?
Tariq Lamptey, the 7th academy graduate to make their senior debut under Lampard, is set to earn himself a new contract amid transfer rumors. After coming off the bench in Chelsea’s exhilarating comeback against Arsenal and his brief cameo against Nottingham Forest, it is safe to say that Tariq Lamptey’s future looks bright. This is … Continue reading The Story of Tariq Lamptey
Timo Werner has been spectacular for RB Leipzig this season and has proven to be one of Bundesliga’s most fierce attackers. With Giroud looking to leave in January and Batshuayi struggling to prove himself, Timo Werner is a must signing for Chelsea. The man most Chelsea fans dub as, “The German Jamie Vardy”, has been … Continue reading Why Timo Werner is a must signing for Chelsea
Scotland has provided numerous talents for Chelsea in the past. Pat Nevin is probably the Scottsman that came to mind. However, it has been more than 14 years since a Scottish player has made their Chelsea debut. Until the emergence of young midfield magician Billy Gilmour this season. On August 31st, a young Scottish midfielder … Continue reading The Scottish Magician – Billy Gilmour
Going into this season, one of the biggest concerns facing Lampard’s Chelsea side was how they were going to replace Hazard’s goal contributions. Frank knew that he couldn’t directly replace him with one player and that it had to be a collective effort. In recent seasons, Chelsea have heavily relied on Hazard’s masterclasses. With him … Continue reading How Lampard is collectively replacing Hazard’s contributions
October 26th of 2019. A day Pulisic will remember forever. In his first start in 2 months, Pulisic starred for Chelsea’s 7th win in a row by completing a perfect hattrick. With 3 goals, 2 assists and 1 crucial pre-assist in his last four games for the Blues, it is safe to say that “The … Continue reading The Pulisic Train Has Officially Arrived