Twelve months ago, following the conclusion of the 2018/19 season, Chelsea had just dispatched Arsenal in the Europa League final and had rejoined Europe's elite in the Champions League, after finishing third in the Premier League. If you would have told a Chelsea supporter that a year on club icon Frank Lampard would be overseeing … Continue reading Player Profile: Tammy Abraham
Matisse: Hi Chris! Thanks for joining us at All Things Chelsea. Firstly, let's start with your career within the sporting world. I think many of our readers will be familiar with your work with the 'Miked Up Podcast' for Chelsea FC USA. Firstly what's it like working with the club, and how did you get … Continue reading The Chris Wittyngham Interview.
Read Part 1 and Part 2 here. The story so far: Prolific midfielder Lewis Baker has starred for Chelsea’s academy, been promoted by MD Dons and won the KNVB Beker with Vitesse Arnhem. He returns to London after a stunning loan spell in Holland. “As you start playing more and more games the momentum starts … Continue reading The Tragic Odyssey of Lewis Baker: What Went Wrong for Chelsea’s Great Hope – Part 3
Although Chelsea nowadays are regarded as a premiere choice for youth players to learn their trade, due to the world class coaching and training facilities, and the relentless push for success at every age group, it wasn't always like this. The change in approach in the late 2000s towards supporting the academy infrastructure is finally … Continue reading The Star That Never Quite Shined – Why Jérémie Boga Never Did (And Should) Have Got a Proper Chance
I think it’s fair to say that one of Chelsea’s best performers this season has been Tammy Abraham. The young Englishman has had a very solid sophomore year of Premier League football, and has defied all critics in becoming a talisman for Frank Lampard’s young Chelsea team. So far, Tammy has notched up 13 goals … Continue reading In defence of Tammy Abraham.
With the title of this article nearing dangerously close to something out of Harry Potter, Tammy Abraham has rejected the club's latest contract offer. With the season being cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, many players’ good seasons haven’t had the chance to be fully realised. At just 22, Abraham has led the front … Continue reading Tammy Abraham and the Contract Dilemma
It’s fair to say that Tammy Abraham has been a bit of a revelation this season, but it appears no one is safe from the Chelsea injury curse at the moment. After landing awkwardly from a jump, Tammy left the stadium on a stretcher against Valencia with a hip injury. This left Lampard with a … Continue reading Chelsea’s Striker Depth
At the end of last season, the Number 9 shirt was thrown down into the depths of disappointment once again, this time by Gonzalo Higuaín. No shame in walking away from what many Chelsea fans believed to be a cursed jersey. Big-name players Falcao, Torres, Morata and Steve Sidwell to name a few would tell … Continue reading Tammy Abraham. A familiar story…
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
Going into pre-season, many fans, including myself, didn't have a firm choice on who should be the club's first choice striker this season. The options of Olivier Giroud, Michy Batshuayi and Tammy Abraham seemed an uninspiring list to choose from, and on the face of it, it was. There was an acceptance from large parts … Continue reading Tammy Taking His Chance