UEFA Champions League Post-Match Questionnaire: Rennes 1-2 Chelsea

Our fellow ATC writers share their thoughts and answer some questions on our 2-1 victory against Rennes in the UEFA Champions League. Vayam Lahoti (@VayamLahoti) Question 1: We didn’t play our best today and credit to Rennes but how important is getting wins like these especially in a jam packed schedule? It's really important to … Continue reading UEFA Champions League Post-Match Questionnaire: Rennes 1-2 Chelsea

Rennes 1-2 Chelsea: Player Ratings As Olivier Giroud Bags Late Winner For the Blues

The Blues from the Bridge leave Roazhon Park with all three points after edging out Rennes in a cutting, hard-fought match and thereby advance to UEFA Champions League Round of 16 stage. The home side were resilient and relentless in their press and caused havoc in midfield. After Sehrou Guirassy cancelled Callum Hudson-Odoi's early opener … Continue reading Rennes 1-2 Chelsea: Player Ratings As Olivier Giroud Bags Late Winner For the Blues

ATC – Chelsea’s Blueprint for the Future –Analyzing our first 8 PL games

   The grueling International break has given us the moment to analyze Chelsea’s current form and their first 8 Premier League matches this season. Frank Lampard was given a strong backing this past summer after last year’s transfer ban. Unfortunately, many of those new signings had to wait and as consequence, Chelsea had to get … Continue reading ATC – Chelsea’s Blueprint for the Future –Analyzing our first 8 PL games

From Manchester to Krasnodar – Reflection on Chelsea so far

The Blues leave Old Trafford with a hard fought point after prioritizing defense over offense. Chelsea did have their bright spells throughout the match but the home side looked the more comfortable and dangerous on the ball creating several opportunities on net. Despite this, the Blues made it difficult for Manchester to break them down … Continue reading From Manchester to Krasnodar – Reflection on Chelsea so far

A Brave New Chelsea – What We Have Learned So Far

The international break has arrived and with it, the opportunity to assess Chelsea’s first stint of games in Frank Lampard’s second season as head manager. Chelsea’s busy transfer window and shortage of sales have enlarged the squad vastly putting several names under pressure for this upcoming season. The new acquisitions are still finding their ground … Continue reading A Brave New Chelsea – What We Have Learned So Far