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
Football’s long-awaited return is just around the corner, as the clock ticks down to Chelsea’s trip to Aston Villa. It’s vital that the Blues get off to a good start, with only three points between them and a Europa League spot, currently occupied by Manchester United. Frank Lampard has decisions to make about who to … Continue reading Chelsea’s critical yet confusing centre-back dilemma
If we start listing the names of all the top professionals at Chelsea, a certain French striker surely is on the top or at its whereabouts. Olivier Giroud, who joined Chelsea in January 2018, has often had to settle for the back-up role, but has hardly complained. He’s had some questionable players start ahead of … Continue reading Olivier Giroud: A True Professional
It had been a cold day. The cold winds of Winter blew noisily through the trees and buffeted me as I trudged home after a long day at school. I felt numb. There were no birds, no people outside. The woods were quiet... almost as if they were awaiting something. “Ding” My phone emitted the … Continue reading Jamie-Lee Napier
A quick search of Kasey Palmer’s name in isolation shows you a footballing maverick. Endless compilations of skills, tricks, flicks, mazy dribbles and stunning goals at every level in youth football can’t help but impress and dazzle anyone who watches them. Kasey Palmer is blessed with a level of technical talent not normally associated with … Continue reading Kasey Palmer: Turning A Diamond into Charcoal
When Chelsea triumphed against all the odds on that historic night in Munich in 2012, everyone in blue was invited to party. Young stars and veterans mixed in the limelight as Chelsea became the first, and to this day, the only London club to win European football’s most glorious and prestigious prize. Among the travelling … Continue reading Jamal Blackman: The Goalkeeper That Time Forgot.
With wide reports of Philippe Coutinho being heavily linked to Chelsea circling around social media, it made sense to address the player and his recent career. The proposed offer seems to be a loan move with an option to buy, similar to the Mateo Kovačić deal completed last summer. With many quick to criticise his … Continue reading Philippe Coutinho – Player Analysis
Right, been a while since I’ve done this but let’s give it a crack anyway. You guys already know how this works, let’s look at some strengths and weaknesses of Gabriel and then I’ll give you my take on his potential move to Chelsea. Let’s start with his strengths: Magalhães boasts a great aerial ability. … Continue reading Scouting Report: Gabriel Magalhães to Chelsea.
The young boy from Scotland, Billy Gilmour, has gone about his business in the middle of the pitch for Chelsea with assertive composure and a certain swagger, with which he so rightly has captivated the imagination of Chelsea fans across the globe. Coming from humble beginnings in Glasgow, Gilmour was brought up through the Rangers … Continue reading Billy Gilmour: Xavi Heir Apparent
Ethan Ampadu is one of those players whose age surprises you because it almost feels as if he has been around forever. At nineteen, he's only a year older than Billy Gilmour and is at least a year younger than the likes of Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and even Reece James. In the past two … Continue reading Ethan Ampadu’s Future With Chelsea Is Still Very Bright