‘Emotional rollercoaster’ – How some Chelsea fans reacted to night of high drama at Stamford Bridge

A crazy night at Stamford Bridge that nobody could have predicted. An early own goal followed by an early penalty set the tone to what will go down as one of The Blues most memorable nights in recent history.

Ajax looked in control during the first-half, going in at the break with a 3-1 lead.… Read More

£150m transfer kitty – Report suggests Chelsea will swoop for a host of player’s if ban is lifted

It was announced yesterday that Chelsea’s appeal against the two-window transfer ban will be heard by  CAS (The Court of Arbitration for Sport) on 20th November.

It hasn’t taken long for the rumour mill to get into full flow following the news. The Telegraph are claiming The Blues will have a £150m transfer kitty to spend should the ban be lifted.… Read More

Selling N’Golo Kante is a possibility – Opinion

It might sound unthinkable, but with The Blues currently coping without their superstar Frenchman, it is certainly something that can’t be ruled out.

Since joining Chelsea in 2016, Kante has proved to be a star of the club’s midfield. His incredible workrate is second to none. Breaking up opposition attacks and setting things in motion for Chelsea to get forward.… Read More

Date set for Chelsea’s transfer ban appeal

 

Chelsea’s long-awaited appeal to CAS Court of arbitration for Sport) will be heard on Wednesday 20th November, according to Sky Sports.

The Blues were originally found guilty of  earlier this year over the process of transferring minors. An appeal was heard in April, with FIFA deciding to uphold the punishment of denying Chelsea the chance to sign players for two transfer windows (summer 2019, and January 2020).… Read More

‘Take a bow’, ‘Credit where it’s due’ – Some Chelsea fans react to Frenchman’s impressive form

Kurt Zouma first came to everyone’s attention in 2014. Under Jose Mourinho, the Frenchman broke into Chelsea’s starting line-up shortly after moving to the club in a £12m move from St Etienne.

Despite becoming a lynchpin in The Blues squad that won the Premier League title in his season, injury was to hamper his progress.… Read More

Frank Lampard nominated for Premier League manager of the month award

 

Frank Lampard has been shortlisted for October’s Premier League manager of the month accolade, after managing The Blues to a 100% record.

Chelsea have made a fabulous start since The Blues legend took over the Stamford Bridge hot-seat last summer. Despite a transfer embargo, and the sale of talisman Eden Hazard, the West-London club currently sit 4th in the premier league table with 10 games played.… Read More

Frank Lampard gives Antonio Rudiger fitness update

It was widely thought that Antonio Rudiger would return to action for Chelsea today. Reports suggested the German international had fully recovered from his injury layoff in time for this evening’s visit to Watford.

The big German has barely kicked a ball this season, appearing only once. A 45-minute appearance against Southampton.… 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

Lampard’s long-term left-back dilemma

Marcos Alonso has looked back to his best in recent weeks. Well, until Wednesday night when he gave away what most would describe as a soft penalty. Doing so has led to knives being out with regards to the Spaniards future at the club. (Read here). The burning question is… Do Chelsea need a new left-back?Read More

150 transfer breaches – Staggering amount of rules broken that led to transfer ban

The catalogue of rules Chelsea breached have been released by FIFA. The Blues were originally found guilty  last February over the signing of minors. In May, following an appeal hearing,  FIFA upheld their findings, stating the club would be banned from signing players for the following two transfer windows. Also imposing a fine of £470,000.Read More