With the dust settled on the FA Cup Final, Rob reflects on injuries, lacklustre performance and poor refereeing.
Leicester City and Chelsea finally meet this afternoon at 4pm in the FA Cup Quarter Finals. The game itself may be a few months later than we were expecting, but that doesn't make it any less important! With less than 12 hours ago, now would seem an appropriate time to put together a list of … Continue reading Leicester City vs Chelsea : The Top 5 Moments
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?
Over the past seven years, there has been one player that has consistently been reliable and always giving his all. Whether you think that he is not starting material or not, it is safe to say that Mr. Consistent himself, César Azpilicueta, has not failed to impress again. He might not be in his prime … Continue reading Player Profile: César Azpilicueta – Mr. Consistent
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
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?
Despite the successes at Chelsea Football Club thus far this season, there’s a handful of players that need to be shown the door as soon as possible. With a transfer ban in place, Frank Lampard needs all hands on deck when the ban expires or if it is appealed ahead of time, there’s a very … Continue reading Five Players Chelsea Should Sell As Soon As Possible
Frank Lampard earned legendary status at Stamford Bridge during his 648 appearances in Chelsea colours between 2001 and 2014. Five years after his playing days for the Blues concluded, he switched the kit and boots for a tie and suit as he was appointed manager of the club. Although all Chelsea fans will be wishing … Continue reading Future Managers
This season is proving to be the year of youth for Chelsea. With the campaign barely a month old, Frank Lampard’s promise of integrating the next generation of Blues is becoming a reality. Returning loanees Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount have been brilliant, both scoring twice so far. Kurt Zouma and Andreas Christensen are settling … Continue reading Why Reece James shouldn’t yet dethrone César Azpilicueta