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

Sunderland v CHELSEA: Talking to the opposition

Ahead of tomorrow’s game against Sunderland, The Chelsea Blog had a chat with Colin from Salut! Sunderland.

Salut! Sunderland: Welcome back. I think it’s been five years since you sat in the “Who are You?” hot seat and you’ve had a lot better than the present season. It cannot all be Mourinho’s fault.Read More

CHELSEA v West Ham: Talking to the Opposition


Ahead of today’s game TheChelseaBlog had a very uninspired Q & A session with West Ham blog westhamtillidie.com on everything from our best hopes this season to their stadium deal and of course, today’s game.

You can have a read here if you feel so inclined. … Read More

Leicester v CHELSEA: Talking to the opposition

Ahead of tomorrow’s game against Leicester, The Chelsea Blog had a quick chat with Leicester blog The Cunning Fox.

You can read the whole article here Read More

Chatting Courtois

Almost through the season, so thought I’d take a look back at one of our key player’s contribution – Thibaut Courtois – and to help me do that, I’ve had a chat with Ah Lau, better known in Singapore as Home United keeper Mohamed Hyrulnizam Bin Jumaat. So, here’s his take:… Read More

CHELSEA v Man City: Talking to the Opposition

Ahead of this evening’s late game against City, The Chelsea Blog very politely answered a few questions for Blue Moon – and then got duly slated on the City forum for everything from being arrogant to not being cocky enough! As bad as their neighbours really.
Anyway, you can have a read of Her Boring-ness here.… Read More