Warning: This is NOT written out of hate, criticism or bias, every point is an opinion backed with facts. You have the right to: weigh, filter, agree or disagree to it but not to change the context. Football’s biggest feature is its dynamism. I guess its shape explains it better; spherical, all rounded with no … Continue reading Hakim Ziyech may NOT be consistently needed in Lampard’s plan.
Chelsea have officially confirmed that defender Malang Sarr has signed for the club on a 5 year contract. The French U21 International may prove pivotal in the future as Frank Lampard looks to bolster up our defence, with a long-term mentality. The deal has been made with a view of sending Sarr out on loan … Continue reading Confirmed: Malang Sarr signs for Chelsea
Rey Stevinho previews Chelsea's upcoming fixture game Watford at Stamford Bridge on Saturday kicking off at 8pm. With four matches under his belt, Lampard has seen what his current Chelsea side is capable of. The Blues were able to hold off a feisty gauntlet of opponents - winning their first three matches - before collapsing … Continue reading Chelsea vs Watford: Match Preview
Chelsea links with Kai Havertz have intensified in the past days, with reports now suggesting the Blues are determined to beat Bayern to bring him to West London. Tobi Promise sets out his case as to why Chelsea should NOT acquire Bayer Leverkusen's man this summer.
This year marks my tenth year supporting Chelsea. I didn't have the chance to watch Chelsea much in my younger days, as TV services can be expensive in my country. I can’t remember the first Chelsea match I saw, but I do recall images of Lampard in a yellow kit, which I later found out … Continue reading The Blue In My Head
Chelsea's form in 2020 has been incredibly inconsistent and as a result of that, there has been a dramatic increase of #LampardOut on the timelines of Chelsea fans on Football Twitter (FT). Intriguingly, fans that were "Pro-Sarri" last season are quite similar to the ones producing tweets with this hashtag in terms of the tactics … Continue reading #LampardOut? Don’t Be Ridiculous
Oliver Giroud, definitely during the winter window was on the verge of moving away from Stamford Bridge as a result of reduced game time. Inter Milan CEO Giuseppe Marotta confirmed the club made effort to land the blue striker - the transfer eventually failed and Giroud had been in the first team regularly since then … Continue reading The Benefits of Offering Giroud A New Deal.
Days after Chelsea’s triumph in the Europa League Final, not many would have thought that the game would be Maurizio Sarri’s last. An agreement was made with Juventus and he was unveiled as the manager of the Bianconeri club on the 6th of June. This left Chelsea with what seemed to be a mountain to … Continue reading Nine months into the Job – How has Frank Lampard fared as Chelsea manager?
Chelsea’s previous three coaches, before Lampard, all had a clear style of play. Jose’s teams are famous for their defensive solidity and ruthlessness upfront (Spurs are just shit). Conte made the three centre backs and wingbacks popular again, and Sarri is perhaps one of the most rigid coaches with an attacking passing style- which works … Continue reading Frankieball Blueprint
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?