REFLECTIONS OF THE CUP: A MICROCOSM OF LAMPARD’S CHELSEA

The 2019/20 was a season of drastic change at Chelsea Football Club. A club whose perceived ethos was to buy the best in the business – manager or player – had suddenly lost their manager and marquee player. An inexperienced Frank Lampard took over the reins at the door of a year-long transfer ban. He … Continue reading REFLECTIONS OF THE CUP: A MICROCOSM OF LAMPARD’S CHELSEA

Opposition Report: Wolverhampton Wanderers

The final day of the Premier League season is here. Chelsea play Wolverhampton Wanderers at home. The reverse fixture was a delight to watch, especially considering the shaky start to our season. Chelsea snatched a comfortable win, scoring five goals, with Tammy Abraham bagging a hat trick. Since the restart, Chelsea’s fortunes have been up … Continue reading Opposition Report: Wolverhampton Wanderers

A-Z: Q is for Quaresma – A Tryst with Insouciance

Portugal has given the world several talents - from Eusebio to Luis Figo, from Rui Costa to Deco - each carving his own niche in the rich technical tapestry of Portuguese football. Their history of technical prodigies have given this generation Cristiano Ronaldo and Ricardo Quaresma, both purported to reach the heights of football stardom … Continue reading A-Z: Q is for Quaresma – A Tryst with Insouciance

Super Frankie Lampard – Down Memory Lane

“Hazard.. Mata.. Hazard.. And here’s Lampard.. Could this be the moment? It is! Frank Lampard makes Chelsea history, his 202nd goal for the club, equaling the record set by the great Bobby Tambling!” Villa Park. Saturday, May 11, 2013. Every Chelsea fan remembers the day well. Super Frankie Lampard was finally Chelsea's all-time leading goalscorer. … Continue reading Super Frankie Lampard – Down Memory Lane