Chelsea collected a fortunate victory at Selhurst Park to move up to third. Rey Stevinho provides the lowdown on the individual performances of the team. Kepa Arrizabalaga - 5 Underwhelming performance. Not convincing enough and was indecisive at times with aerial balls. Chelsea's whole backline weren't much different as they all looked nervy. It could … Continue reading Crystal Palace 2-3 Chelsea: Player Ratings
Rey Stevinho previews Chelsea's upcoming fixture game Watford at Stamford Bridge on Saturday kicking off at 8pm. With four matches under his belt, Lampard has seen what his current Chelsea side is capable of. The Blues were able to hold off a feisty gauntlet of opponents - winning their first three matches - before collapsing … Continue reading Chelsea vs Watford: Match Preview
After a nervy yet imposing win, Chelsea managed to snatch 3 points this last weekend against Aston Villa. They managed to increase the gap to 5 points for a while after United were able to thwart Sheffield United comfortablely 3-0 yesterday evening. This closed the gap to 2 putting the pressure on Chelsea early once … Continue reading One to Watch: Riyad Mahrez
Credit; Manuel The most awaited return of Chelsea football sprang into action as the Blues faced a hefty and dramatic Sunday afternoon in Villa Park. Chelsea lined up in a 4-3-3 formation with the uplifting return of Loftus-Cheek in the starting eleven. Loftus-Cheek mainly flanked the left hand side of the front line often drifting … Continue reading Aston Villa v Chelsea Match Review
Over the course of Chelsea’s history, we have witnessed various talented Spanish footballers, such as the left footed genius Juan Mata, the nit and gritty, Cesar Azpilicueta and the brilliant facilitator, Cesc Fabregas. But there is one that has gone under the radar for several reasons, and that is Pedro Rodriguez. We as fans has sometimes … Continue reading Player Profile: Pedro Rodriguez
Prestige and honor are the first words that should come to mind when it comes to football kits. The jersey you put on is the essence of the club and represents the whole team on the pitch. 11 players step on the field all donning the same color besides the keeper, and display to the … Continue reading The Evolution of Blue: Our kit history and its chronicles.
Being a top level team in Europe is difficult especially if you have aims to win the league in your respective league. Various teams have managed to stay at top of the hill for extended periods of time such as Juventus, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Manchester United, and Liverpool before the Ferguson era. Currently, Liverpool … Continue reading Chelsea FC: Importance of Squad depth & Bench outlook for 2020/2021 season
Life without football isn’t the same. Without Chelsea Football Club, a part of my life is missing. As a huge sports fan, living in the moment of a match is something I yearn for everyday. Taking away one sport is one thing, but taking away sports in general has taken its toll on me. The current … Continue reading LIFE AS AN INTERNATIONAL CHELSEA FAN IN QUARANTINE.
OVERVIEW This past summer was a big turning point for Chelsea. The previous year, Chelsea faced many different issues and different types of adversity, but managed to finish third in the Premier League table and win the Europa League in Baku. The firing of Maurizio Sarri gave fans mixed feelings over what the future of … Continue reading A-Z: C is for Cech.
With much hype and praise over the last decade, the Chelsea youth academy has dominated youth cups winning 16 trophies across all tiers. This includes: 2x UEFA Youth League trophies; 2x U18 Premier League trophies in the northern region, and 4x U18 Premier League trophies in the southern region; and 9x FA Youth Cups, with … Continue reading Whom to Build Around: The Future Chelsea Core – Opinion