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.
The 2019/20 was a season of drastic change at Chelsea Football Club. A club whose perceived ethos was to buy the best in the business – manager or player – had suddenly lost their manager and marquee player. An inexperienced Frank Lampard took over the reins at the door of a year-long transfer ban. He … Continue reading REFLECTIONS OF THE CUP: A MICROCOSM OF LAMPARD’S CHELSEA
On Sunday, Timo Werner landed in London in order to watch Chelsea's crucial game with Wolves from the stands. Yesterday, he trained with the First Team squad and today Chelsea have released his first interview with the club. Here are five things we learned about our exciting new talisman. 1. Lampard's pull power is real … Continue reading 5 Things We Learned From Werner’s Welcome Interview.
The rollercoaster ride ‘Stealth’ at Thorpe Park is perhaps the perfect epitome of our season this past year. There have been ups such as the demolition of Man City at The Bridge, but also downs like the recent losses at Sheffield United and West Ham after the season restarted. Nonetheless, we managed to finish in … Continue reading Premier League Champions Within 3 Years?
Sports Editor of The Saint and Liverpool Fan Adam Robertson previews tomorrow's game at Anfield from the opposition standpoint. You can get in touch with Adam on Twitter (@AdamRob500) or Online (www.thesaint.scot). Liverpool Liverpool’s form since the Premier League restart at the end of June has somewhat split opinion. This might seem remarkable given that … Continue reading The View from The Kop – #LIVCHE Opposition Preview
Iram reflects on Chelsea’s urgent areas for improvement going into the final two matches of the Premier League Season. Chelsea are in a bit of a bind at the moment. We slipped up against West Ham and Sheffield United, with Manchester United and Leicester breathing on our necks as we speak. With the importance of … Continue reading Opinion: A Lacklustre Showing
Red vs. Blue. Power vs. Style. It's Chelsea vs. Arsenal from the Red side as we interview lifelong Gooner and Snack Media Journalist, Dylan Walsh.
Yesterday, Frank Lampard was hapless. Outfought, outthought and outplayed by Chris Wilder, our manager looked out of his depth. Chelsea fans must ask serious questions of Lampard after an all-too-familiar defensive collapse at Bramall Lane. I love Frank Lampard. He is my favourite Chelsea player of all-time, scoring iconic goals and always giving everything for … Continue reading No Identity, No Consistency: Lampard MUST Improve
Nima and Alex discuss Chelsea's Italian stars from history and who are the next names to watch from the Serie A.