A worrying injury on five different occasions resulted in Christian Pulisic playing only 1,727 minutes of Chelsea’s 4,950 season total match minutes (i.e 35 per cent). That is a very low figure given the importance of his quality to the club. While fans try to blame his injury conundrum on excuses like the medical team, … Continue reading Christian Pulisic: Is he injury-prone?
Well well well, after just short of 12 months, Chelsea's season has all but come to close, minus a small game against Bayern Munich next Saturday. It's been a truly unforgettable season, with a three month hiatus between March and June, as well as the homecoming of Frank Lampard to Chelsea Football Club. But without … Continue reading Chelsea FC 2019-20 Season Review
With the dust settled on the FA Cup Final, Rob reflects on injuries, lacklustre performance and poor refereeing.
Chelsea remain in the driving seat for European qualification after an unconvincing win over already-relegated Norwich. It was a frustrating affair for long periods, as a familiar lack of composure and steadfast Norwich defence prevented a more comfortable margin. The first half was underwritten by Chelsea dominance, holding the ball in the middle third for … Continue reading Chelsea 1-0 Norwich: Match Report
Chelsea leave Selhurst Park in third place after a fortuitous win over the Eagles.
Chelsea cooly swatted the Hornets aside on Saturday night to reclaim their position in the top four that had briefly been occupied by Manchester United earlier on in the afternoon. Tom Overend provides the lowdown on the individual performances of the team.
Frank Lampard will be delighted as Chelsea brushed past the Hornets with ease on a mild summer evening in West London. After positive results for rivals Leicester and Manchester United, a win was of the greatest necessity to regain momentum after the hiccup in midweek Starting off the game in fifth position, Chelsea needed no … Continue reading Chelsea 3-0 Watford: Match Report
Chris Smith, Squawka Writer and World Football Index's North America Editor discusses the Blues who wear The Stars and Stripes.
Chelsea came out of the London Stadium empty-handed after succumbing to a late winner from Andriy Yarmolenko. Comingoff the back of three victories since the restart, Lampard made a couple of changes to his lineup - bringing in Ross Barkley and Marcos Alonso for Mason Mount and Emerson. Christian Pulisic was back in the lineup … Continue reading West Ham 3-2 Chelsea: Match Review
After three back to back wins against Aston Villa, Manchester City, and Leicester, we end our fourth with a 3-2 loss to West Ham. The same West Ham side that hasn’t scored any goals since the restart, yet managed to score three against us tonight. Let’s take a look at the individual performances of the … Continue reading West Ham 3-2 Chelsea: Player Ratings