A contribution piece from Mark Stevens At a time where we should all be proud of our team and more united than ever after seeing how Chelsea has faced, without fear, arguably the best Liverpool team in history, it is shameful to see the abuse and treatment that Tammy Abraham has received through social media [...]
On a day when our defence was awful, the attack posed some serious questions of its own.
A contribution piece from Pratik Mistry Negligible integration of players from the academy to Chelsea first team is a burning question and perhaps one of the most debated topics among Chelsea fans on social media. The conflict between the vision of fans and Chelsea board has never allowed this debate to reach a conclusive closure. [...]
With the surprising news that David Luiz has forced a move to Arsenal on deadline day, I look at whether Chelsea was right to let the defender leave this late on. The 32-year-old Brazilian centre-back has completed his move to Arsenal for £8m. https://twitter.com/Arsenal/status/1159544586747994112?s=20 No one saw this deal happening until yesterday when news came [...]
A contribution piece from Matisse Hofer The debate in the Chelsea community never dies, the divide within voicing strong opinions is something that will always be apparent. A passionate sport that brings out the most indescribable emotions must bring out heated arguments. It’s to be expected. However, there’s two debates that can be perhaps looked [...]
A contribution piece from Vivek Goutham Kannan Before we get started... this is not an article which is a compilation of my prediction of results or a bunch of expectations or an expert analysis on players. This article is written in the view of a Chelsea fan, who is excited for the start of the [...]
A contribution piece from Sumeet Jena Multiple reports have surfaced in the past few days suggesting that Chelsea are the latest club set to enter the race for Wilfried Zaha, aiming to steal him from under the noses of Everton and Arsenal. Palace value Zaha at an astonishing and somewhat laughable price of £80 million. [...]