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.
Football’s long-awaited return is just around the corner, as the clock ticks down to Chelsea’s trip to Aston Villa. It’s vital that the Blues get off to a good start, with only three points between them and a Europa League spot, currently occupied by Manchester United. Frank Lampard has decisions to make about who to … Continue reading Chelsea’s critical yet confusing centre-back dilemma
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
As soon as news broke out that Chelsea were going to proceed with their appeal against the ban, normal service has been resumed with regard to transfer rumours. The hearing has been scheduled for the 20th of November, whose outcome will determine whether we can register new players in the winter window commencing in January … Continue reading Are our centre backs good enough to compete with the best?
Unfortunately it’s that time of year again when international breaks seem to be coming thick and fast. Another round of Euro Qualifiers and international friendlies have been and gone so it’s time once again to review the performances of all the Chelsea players called up for International Duty. Kepa Arrizabalaga Although he appears to have … Continue reading International Round-up
Kurt Zouma. A big topic in the Chelsea fan base but do we all agree he deserves to be in the Chelsea squad? Zouma had an amazing spell at Everton last season showing great promise which genuinely hyped the Chelsea fan base, but has he lived up to it so far? Well let’s look back … Continue reading Assessing Zouma
A piece from Sam Nanopoulos and James Smith As much as international breaks are hated amongst the footballing community, they still happen none the less. There’s nothing we can do to stop them, so we might as well embrace them. Some of Chelsea’s own have been keeping themselves busy over the break; some through Euro … Continue reading Blues on Duty