In what has been a topsy-turvy campaign to say the least, several players are guilty of inconsistency. Despite being impeccable in a particular game, they follow that performance with arguably their worst in a Chelsea kit - and manage to top it every time. While that is expected of a youthful squad, certain individuals, who … Continue reading The Goalkeeper Conundrum – Potential Kepa Replacements
Chelsea FC Women; 2020 Continental Cup Winners. Source: news.abs-cbn.com Before I go on to answer this question, I'd just explain what a “Lyon” is. It’s not complicated at all, stay with me. Olympique Lyonnais Féminine plays in the D1 Féminine, the highest tier of Women's football in France. Unlike their famous male counterparts (who once … Continue reading Are Chelsea Women building a Lyon?
Chelsea’s most featured centre-half pairings have been either Zouma and Tomori or Rudiger and Christensen. This appears to be a decision on the basis of experience, and with little genuine tactical foresight. Rudiger and Christensen have been at the club for the last three years and have during that time played under three different managers, … Continue reading The Centre Back Dilemma
Amidst all of this talk about the fine form of Chelsea attack, with all three of Christian Pulisic, Willian and Olivier Giroud being in excellent form for the Blues, there is another area of the team that seems to be constantly evolving. Despite some mixed performances, Chelsea's new midfield seems to be taking shape nicely. … Continue reading Opinion: Jorginho DOES have a Chelsea Future
As Willian's Chelsea future is up in the air, Jack (@isoncfc) sets out his case as to why Willian should stay at the club beyond the end of the season.
Chelsea links with Kai Havertz have intensified in the past days, with reports now suggesting the Blues are determined to beat Bayern to bring him to West London. Tobi Promise sets out his case as to why Chelsea should NOT acquire Bayer Leverkusen's man this summer.
Tobi Promise analyses the colossal impact of Christian Pulisic on Frank Lampard in his limited playing time this season, and discusses his prospects for next season.
Before we begin, let’s take a short trip back to Sunday. You wake up, wherever you are in the world, with a wide grin, knowing that it is match day. After 105 long days, the wait was finally over. As usual, an hour prior to kick off, the starting line-ups get announced by the official … Continue reading The Art of Rotation (And Patience)
N'Golo Kanté, the 29-year old French midfielder has always sparked a debate and caused a divided opinion with regard to what his actual position is on a football field. Some believe that he has always been a defensive midfielder, while managers and people who have actually tracked him tend to differ. He has played as … Continue reading Is N’Golo Kanté the answer to our DM problem?
Chelsea fans were treated to a sight they had been long awaiting, Ruben Loftus-Cheek with the ball at his feet, shrugging off opponents and driving towards goal in a warmup game with Reading ahead of the Premier League restart at the weekend where Chelsea will resume their campaign away to Aston Villa. You have to … Continue reading The Long Road Back: Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s Return