Last season was a season that Gary Cahill will treasure. With Rafa Benitez at the Chelsea helm Cahill was an established starter in the Blues side alongside Branislav Ivanovic and established himself as a sturdy player. However, Jose Mourinho’s return worried me in a way that we all knew that John Terry would be coming back into the frame, meaning that someone had to miss out. However, Cahill has since played five of the club’s nine games and has been brilliant alongside Terry, but is he all he’s cracked up to be?
Being a fan of the Dutch league and a nine-year season ticket holder at Stamford Bridge, here are five players who I would like Chelsea to sign from Eredivisie.
Here are five strikers that I believe could fire Chelsea to the Premier League title.
Love him or loathe him, Mario Balotelli added excitement into the Premier League. His antics on and off the pitch kept us talking and a huge amount of people were saddened by his departure when he signed for AC Milan last year, but reports are suggesting that he could be back sooner rather than later.
Ahead of tonight’s League Cup tie between Arsenal and our beloved Chelsea, here are three players who I believe will be key to us picking up a victory.
Chelsea have made a fairly solid start to life under Mourinho. A last minute Fernando Torres goal gave the Blues a 2-1 victory over Manchester City today and moved Chelsea into second place, two points behind Arsenal. But who can fire the Blues to the title?
With reports from the Metro suggesting that Chelsea will rekindle their interest in Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney this January with a £35m offer, here are three reasons why Rooney should take up the potential offer.
As a rule, football fans often go mental when a young player is making moves in the game. There were times last season when the whole of Europe was fascinated by just how good Italy international Stephan El Sharaawy was and how good he could actually become, considering he was only 19 and what not.
With Chelsea Football Club’s own version of God returning to Stamford Bridge over the summer, big things were expected. Jose Mourinho was back and was expected to bring in a raft of signings to turn Chelsea from Europa League winners to champions of England once more.
Manchester City travel to Chelsea in arguably the standout fixture in the Premier League this weekend.
Chelsea have put their shaky start behind them now and sit just two points behind leaders Arsenal. However, with all the talent in the midfield areas and the defence, the focus has been on the forward positions. Here are three reasons why I think Chelsea should be looking to offload Demba Ba.
When you lose a world class player, it can be very difficult to rectify. You can either go down the route that Tottenham did in the summer when they lost Gareth Bale and reinforce the entire squad, or you can splash money on a single player akin to Mesut Ozil at Arsenal. Talk is still ongoing regarding Chelsea’s frontline this season and whether or not they will splash some cash to bring in a big money striker.
Chelsea travel to Bundesliga side Schalke this evening in the Champions League, so here are five players who could hurt the Blues.
Love him or loathe him, we have all had to learn to deal with John Terry being plastered all over our screens for the last decade. The 32-year-old Chelsea skipper has established himself as one of the top English centre-backs in the game over the last few years and is regarded as one of the most passionate players in the league. However, last season was one to forget for Terry.