‘Weak foot rocket’, ‘sensational’ – How some fans reacted to Chelsea loan stars international goal

Chelsea’s production line of young stars is already at an impressive level. Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori, Callum Hudson-Odoi, and Reece James have already broken into the starting XI at Stamford Bridge.

Marc Guehi, and Billy Gilmour have also made appearances as they stake a claim for more senior action.… Read More

‘Goal machine’, ‘Plenty more to come’ – How some Chelsea fans reacted to strikers first international goal

Another milestone has been accomplished by Chelsea’s big striker. Coming off the bench for Harry Kane with 34-minutes remaining, the stage was set for Tammy Abraham to break his duck at full international level.

Making only his second appearance for The Three Lions, the Chelsea academy graduate duly obliged. Arriving in the six-yard at the right time, with six-minutes remaining.… Read More

‘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

‘Immense talent’, Remember the name’ – How some Chelsea fans have reacted to Reece James’ Champions League performance

Chelsea fans were out in force to praise the youngster who salvaged a point, in what was a dramatic night at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues trailed 3-1 at half-time, when the 19-year-old entered the action in place of Marcos Alonso. Little did fans know that half an hour later, James would prove the hero with The Blues coming back from 4-1 down to draw 4-4, thanks to an equaliser from the Chelsea prodigy.… 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

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

Marc Guehi emergence shows defensive depth at Stamford Bridge

Many Chelsea fans wouldn’t have known the name Addji Keaninkin Marc-Israel Guehi, at the start of season. If you follow the youth and academy set-up you will know he has bags of potential.

Last night was a disappointment for Blues fans. A 2-1 Carabao Cup defeat to Manchester United ended a 7-match unbeaten streak that stretched back to the last round of the Carabao Cup, a 7-1 victory over League Two club Grimsby Town.… Read More

Food for thought this season

While the experience of witnessing Didier Drogba fittingly end his time as a blue by finally ending our quest for the illusive Champions League title was a moment that I’m sure only occassions such as weddings and births of children could come close to (unlikely), there was an undoubtable feeling that this was the beginning of something fresh at Chelsea.… Read More

A First Glimpse Of The Future….Or Is It?

So, I finally got around to going to one of our youth games – albeit the first leg of the FA Cup because I’m just a big bloody glory hunter really – and all things considered, I came away pretty impressed. … Read More