Why selling Antonio Rudiger makes sense.

Antonio Rüdiger has often divided opinion among the Chelsea fans. He signed for Chelsea in 2017 on a five year deal. With over 300 career club appearances, the 27 year old is Chelsea’s most experienced centre back, barring, of course, the new signing Thiago Silva. He has made 80 Premier League appearances for Chelsea and … Continue reading Why selling Antonio Rudiger makes sense.

Chelsea’s critical yet confusing centre-back dilemma

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

Chelsea 2020-21 Part 1: What Frank Lampard will need in defence

Chelsea’s first season under Frank Lampard (the Blues’ all-time top goalscorer and legend for both club and country) is still three months from being finished, as the current coronavirus pandemic has delayed all football competitions in Europe. Whether the season resumes or is cancelled, Lampard will have to dip into the transfer market this summer … Continue reading Chelsea 2020-21 Part 1: What Frank Lampard will need in defence

What will Antonio Rudiger provide upon his return from injury?

Chelsea have impressed and dismayed in equally large portions this season, with the majority of fans discontent being levelled at a defence lacking both experience and organisation. Antonio Rudiger has only played 45 minutes of football this season, but even in his limited minutes, the German's influence on the game was infectious as the Blues … Continue reading What will Antonio Rudiger provide upon his return from injury?