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
With Timo Werner finally confirmed on Thursday, Chelsea now have four strikers among their ranks. Werner will undoubtedly be top of the pecking order, with the German scoring more goals than the other three combined in an outstanding season at RB Leipzig. Tammy Abraham offers even more goalscoring prowess, with his 15 goals making him … Continue reading Michy Batshuayi: Chelsea’s forgotten man hidden in the shadows
On May 15, 2019, Chelsea were set to take on New England Revolution in a friendly match played for the 'Final Whistle Against Hate' campaign in the USA. Although Chelsea won the game 3-0, it was a very frustrating day indeed for supporters, as Ruben Loftus-Cheek, visibly in pain, was walked off the pitch with … Continue reading Ruben Loftus-Cheek – The Return of the King
Welcome back everyone. In the last two parts, we analysed what Lampard would need in defence and midfield for next season, but in this article we’ll move further up the pitch into the attacking positions. As said previously, Lampard wants his style of play to be similar to the one at Derby: a 4-3-3 formation. … Continue reading Chelsea 2020-21 Part 3: What Frank Lampard Will Need in Attack
It's a time of platonic rebuilding at Stamford Bridge. The club are now gearing up to be battle-ready to combat our foes, both European and domestic in the Champions League and Premier League. Frank Lampard has made it his prerogative to put his stamp on the new-look Blues while reconstructing the side by piecing together … Continue reading The New Look Chelsea Spine under Frank Lampard is Geared For Glory
We are still stuck in this lockdown period, but Chelsea are keeping us entertained with their recent transfer rumours. Chelsea have nearly completed the signing of Timo Werner from RB Leipzig and they still have some business left to do. In recent days, rumours have really started to heat up about the possibility of signing … Continue reading Who Should Chelsea Sign: Kai Havertz or Jadon Sancho?
What was the plan that Chelsea had for him? How was a one-month adventure to a relegation struggling team going to help a prospect’s development? It's not ideal - the stress of listening to two different managers’ pre-match instructions in one month should not be overlooked. He can't be Ruud Guilt if he's sitting on … Continue reading Breakdown: Development System with Ampadu, the Overlooked Glitch on Ake.
“Football is Back, The Premier League is back!” I assume many of you were as excited to hear or see those words as I was. Typically those words appear in early August and signal the start of a new Premier League season, and thanks to the 5 hour time difference between London and Florida, the … Continue reading 4 Keys to Top 4 – The Biggest Factors in ensuring Champions League football for the Blues next season.
Cesar Azpilicueta, Chelsea legend or only a great servant? Quite frankly, it depends on who you ask, as the Spanish international and Blues captain has arguments both ways. The Case For 'Legend' Credit: Manuel Azpilicueta, Azpi or Dave even has won almost everything under the sun since joining Chelsea before the 2012/13 season. In eight … Continue reading Cesar Azpilicueta – Chelsea Legend Or Great Servant?