There have been a lot of interesting line-ups that Frank Lampard has put forth as Chelsea manager, and he has probably tried every different combination in the book (literally everything possible). There are a lot of positions in the team where there hasn't been a set first-choice pairing or trio, which sees a staggering amount … Continue reading Does a Jovacic double-pivot really work?
Chelsea bagged their first home win of the season in style as Ben Chilwell produced an inspirational display on league debut to defeat Crystal Palace by four goals
Back in February I wrote a piece for All Things Chelsea about the imbalance in Chelsea’s midfield group, attempting to make the point that, while collectively talented, Chelsea’s midfielders did not fit well together. While the piece was on the group as a whole, the intentionally unintentional focus was on two players, Jorginho and N’Golo … Continue reading The Kanté Conundrum – Will he stay at Chelsea?
Chelsea have managed to capture three points at the Amex after a 3-1 victory on Monday night. We take a better look here at the individual performances from the scrappy opening game against Brighton. Kepa Arrizabalaga - 6 The Spanish goalkeeper was given another chance to play between the sticks and give Lampard more reason … Continue reading Brighton vs Chelsea Player Ratings
The Premier League is back! Chelsea are back with a positive start to the 2020/21 campaign with a 3-1 win over Brighton at the Amex. It was a far from comfortable display, but it culminated in a worthy three points for the Blues to take back to West London. Chelsea opened the scoring with Timo … Continue reading Brighton & Hove Albion 1-3 Chelsea – Match Review
Could Marseille's powerful ball-playing defender be a solution to Chelsea's defensive disarray? Ameya examines the talented young Croatian Duje Caleta-Car.
With the dust settled on the FA Cup Final, Rob reflects on injuries, lacklustre performance and poor refereeing.
Nima and Alex discuss Chelsea's Italian stars from history and who are the next names to watch from the Serie A.
Amidst all of this talk about the fine form of Chelsea attack, with all three of Christian Pulisic, Willian and Olivier Giroud being in excellent form for the Blues, there is another area of the team that seems to be constantly evolving. Despite some mixed performances, Chelsea's new midfield seems to be taking shape nicely. … Continue reading Opinion: Jorginho DOES have a Chelsea Future
Since football returned, no Chelsea player has endured more differing fortunes than Jorginho. Before the coronavirus pandemic brought life to a halt, the Italian was a firm favourite for Frank Lampard. He had made the second-highest number of appearances, featured in 88% of games and was only behind Tammy Abraham for goals. Yet now, it … Continue reading Jorginho: Cause for concern or tactical decision?