Following Swansea’s play-off final victory over Reading, there has to be a question whether the Blues sold Scott Sinclair too soon.
As expected there has been lots of speculation about the Blues over the last week, most of which is concerning the management situation but there is also the odd rumour floating around about possible player movements …
Last Sunday saw the end of the Premier League season and ultimately the last day for Carlo Ancelotti in charge of Chelsea. After a disappointing 1-0 loss away to 10-man Everton, Ancelotti was sacked by the board a few hours after the final whistle.
Jermaine Beckford’s impressive solo goal gave 10-man Everton victory over Chelsea on Sunday.
It’s less than 24-hours since Carlo Ancelotti was relieved from his duties as the Chelsea boss, and the rumours are flying about who will be next to take over.
Will this be Carlo Ancelotti’s last game in Charge Chelsea? The double winning coach of last season will be disappointed with how the season has finished. In November it looked like it was going to be another good year for the Blues, instead they have finished with nothing.
It was Christmas Day 1957 and I was taken by my father and grandfather to see Chelsea play Portsmouth in the old Division One of the Football League.
Since I started supporting Chelsea when I was four, I have witnessed different movements in the Chelsea squad; almost like generations changing.
Steven Taylor’s injury-time goal meant Carlo Ancelotti’s side finished their home campaign with only a point, despite an excellent start to the season this year has been a case of what could have been.
Carlo Ancelotti will be keen to finish the season with a win, he has already said that Fernando Torres will be recalled to the starting line-up on Sunday