‘They’re going to be ready to win the league’ – Former Chelsea manager tips Blues for title success

Former Chelsea manager Glenn Hoddle believes The Blues will be Premier League champions in the near future.

Chelsea have made a great start to the season under the management of club legend Frank Lampard. The 41-year-old has largely relied on youth by integrating Mason Mount, Reece James, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori into the starting XI.… Read More

Chelsea defender: ‘It’s just about communication and working hard’ – Kurt Zouma on importance of keeping clean sheets

Kurt Zouma has been in fine form recently, after what was a difficult start to the season.

After two-years away on loan at Stoke City and Everton, questions were asked as to whether the Frenchman would be able to adapt to life back at Stamford Bridge, and regain the form he showed prior to the ruptured anterior knee ligament damage he suffered to his right knee in February 2016.… Read More

‘I am loving it, ‘everyone knows how I feel about the club’ – Frank Lampard speaks about life as Chelsea boss

Frank Lampard has made an excellent start to his tenure in the Stamford Bridge hot-seat. It’s been four-and-a-half months since the club legend was appointed as the replacement for Maurizio Sarri.

With a transfer ban in place, and Eden Hazard departing for Real Madrid – You would be forgiven for thinking it was going to be a difficult season for the rookie manager.… Read More

‘He’s been a massive influence for me’ – Chelsea youngster heaps praise on Frank Lampard

Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has spoken of the influence Blues boss Frank Lampard has had on his career so far.

The 20-year-old spent last year on loan at Derby County under the tutelage of the Chelsea legend.

Talking ahead of this evening’s champions league clash with Ajax, Mount was quick to praise The Blues all-time top goalscorer.… Read More

Linked with a move away, now nominated for Premier League player of the month

Chelsea winger Willian has been shortlisted for October’s Premier League player of the month award.

The much-maligned Brazilian has been in great form throughout the month. An assist in a 4-1 victory at Southampton, was followed with a goal and an assist in another four-goal haul at Burnley. The Blues running out 4-2 victors last weekend.… Read More

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard names two young players he plans to work with next season

Newly-appointed Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has said that he would like to work with the likes of Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori next season after watching their progress at Derby County last term.

The duo spent the previous campaign on loan with the Rams where Lampard was the head coach, and they were afforded with sufficient gametime to impress over the course of the season.… Read More

CHELSEA v Spurs: From a Tottenham Perspective

The semi-final of a cup competition should always be something to savour, especially when it is your club that holds the advantage even if it is by a single goal. However, there is an air of trepidation for the second leg at Stamford Bridge as injuries has ravaged the Lilywhites leaving them looking a little exposed. … Read More

Defender slams Conte tactics, as Chelsea let another lead slip

It was more of the same from Chelsea on Sunday, as we let a first-half lead slip at home once again. It wasn’t as bad as Spurs last week, when the visitors scored 3 to take all three points away from Stamford Bridge for the first time since 1990. This time, it was West Ham going home with a share of the spoils after a late equaliser.… Read More

Antonio Conte press conference: Christensen and Courtois doubts against Spurs

Speaking ahead of the must-win encounter against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, manager Antonio Conte delivered some key injury new which could have a bearing on the outcome of the game.

Defender Andres Christensen, who was sent home by the Danish national team last week from fatigue, is still not 100% and will be assessed before this one.… Read More

Two-time Player of the Year labels Chelsea favourites against Spurs

Ray Wilkins is of the opinion that we hold the edge in our upcoming, must-win encounter against Spurs next Sunday. The former Chelsea midfielder, who won the Player of the Year awards in 1976 and 1977, said that Harry Kane’s absence will be a big factor in determining the outcome of the London derby at Stamford Bridge.… Read More