'We’re not in a period where the transfer window or market is acting like it has done in recent years in terms of how players move or what level they move at. Again, the competitive games have just started. I’m very open to those conversations with the players as the next couple of weeks go … Continue reading Callum Hudson-Odoi: is this his breakthrough season?
Callum Hudson-Odoi has been cause for some debate and is a subject that has sparked another set of split opinions from the Chelsea fanbase. One side backs him to the hilt, and the other questions everything that he has done for Chelsea: his talent, and his loyalty to the club, and his attitude. Konark attempts … Continue reading Callum Hudson-Odoi: The Debate
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
From bursting onto the scene in January 2018 to then earning an international call-up in 2019, Callum Hudson-Odoi is among a plethora of young, talented players in England. Now let’s take it back to late January in the winter of 2018, during the FA cup fourth round tie against Newcastle at Stamford Bridge, the home … Continue reading Player Profile: Callum Hudson-Odoi – Is he Genuine or Overrated?
Matisse: Hi Zac! Thanks for joining us at All Things Chelsea for this interview. Firstly, I've gotta start on your career within the sport before we head onto Chelsea. What a rise it's been so far, starting with Football Daily on YouTube. Standing at 1.7million subscribers, what's it been like being part of such huge … Continue reading The Zac Djellab Interview.
Following a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal in January 2019, former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri publicly criticized his Chelsea players as “extremely difficult to motivate” with a lack of “ferocity”. Fast forward one year and it can be argued that Frank Lampard’s Chelsea, whilst not necessarily lacking in motivation, are certainly lacking ferocity in their game. … Continue reading Mentality: Where are Chelsea’s Cojones?
19 year old Callum Hudson-Odoi, who is a full England international, has recently become the hot topic among the Chelsea community on social media. His poor performances over the past month massively contributing to this debate. While some claim that he is a generational talent and this rough patch will soon be a distant memory, … Continue reading Callum Hudson-Odoi: Blindly Supported or Harshly Targeted?
C.H.O. Three letters that mean quite a lot to Chelsea fans. Since bursting onto the scene under Sarri, Callum Hudson-Odoi has been somewhat of a revelation – there’s no two ways about it. His directness, powerful dribbling and finishing ability has been a breath of fresh air compared to the aging duo of Willian and … Continue reading Hudson Odoi: The boy on fire
At long last, it's finally happened. Callum Hudson-Odoi has signed a new long term contract at Stamford Bridge, tying him to the club until 2024. It's been a deal that's been in the pipeline for months, with small details delaying the process at seemingly every turn. The announcement comes, as expected, before he makes his … Continue reading Hudson-Odoi New Deal!
There has been much debate on how Mason Mount and Ruben Loftus-Cheek will be incorporated into the same team, or rather if they can be. Ruben’s quality last year is clear, in his contributions under Sarri in the number 8 role of a three-man midfield. He added a spark and dynamism to Chelsea’s midfield, taking … Continue reading A Front 4 Made In Chelsea