Chelsea is once again reportedly keen on re-signing Lukaku this summer. As Antonio Conte gets ready to return to the Champions League, there is speculation that Lukaku, from Everton, will come back to Stamford Bridge. Everton’s Romelu Lukaku stirred Chelsea speculation by engaging in their title-winning celebrations. Chelsea beat West Brom 1-0 late on Friday
The land could be bare but doesn’t mean it won’t produce, The land could be dry but doesn’t mean it’s not fertile. It takes time for some things, it takes time to come clean, Deep inside the beast lives, the land can hold its produce. It can withstand the tough seasons, the truth it withholds.
After a season of shocks and surprises, the 2016/2017 season has been a bit more predictable. The top 6 is what we thought, the three teams who went down are not surprising while everyone else has had finished in or around where we expected bar the odd exception. With the only thing left to decide
With the 2016/17 season coming to an end, it’s only natural to start thinking of the upcoming season. Many teams have already announced their first summer signings, and the tabloids have started their transfer sagas as per usual. Just like some players won’t be at their current teams come August, some teams won’t be in
Another day, another uninspiring transfer target for Arsenal fans to glaze over. The Gunners are reportedly interested in Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham, according to The Sun. Abraham spent last season on loan at Bristol City, helping them to fend off relegation with an impressive 23 goals in 40 appearances. The England Under-21 is said to want
Chelsea FC will soon lift their first silverware of the season. The boss, Antonio Conte, has very smartly and tactically dealt with every shortcoming the squad had been facing as a whole as well as individually. However, the Italian also knows that the strategy which went so glowingly this season may not be as effective
Michy Batshuayi, everyone’s favourite footballer on Twitter, might be set for a move away from the Premier League, just one year after joining Chelsea for £33 million. Despite scoring the winning goal against West Brom last Friday and confirming that the title would preside at Stamford Bridge for a fifth time, Antoine Conte is ready
Right now, Chelsea’s players are most likely out celebrating. So too their staff, fans and, of course, manager Antonio Conte. Who can blame them after winning their second Premier League title in three years? But the hard work starts now when it comes to defending that Premier League title. It’s something the Blues failed to
It’s Friday the 12th of May 2017 and only a few hours were remaining before the Blue Army decides whether to land the English Premiership title or to hold back the celebrations a bit. Following their nearest rivals’ (Tottenham FC) surprise loss to West Ham United last weekend when ‘everyone’ thought they would push Chelsea
Following the performance crisis last season, Chelsea FC is finally on the verge of securing their sixth Premier League title this time under the management of Antonio Conte. His well-executed 3-4-3 system team not only allowed Blues to find their way to another trophy but also helped their individual players to perform to the best
The Critics Laugh After spending two years with Paris Saint-Germain and becoming the most expensive defender of all time for a record-breaking £50 million deal, Luiz came back to Chelsea. The Blues back line was weak, and they failed to land their top targets. Those against Chelsea and Luiz described the £32m deal as ‘embarrassing’
On the last day of April, Chelsea consolidated their four point lead ahead of Tottenham Hotspur by ending Everton’s nine home games unbeaten run. Looking back at the month of April, Chelsea players and fans alike will feel it has been a good month for the team leading the league with four games to go,
Everton were this past weekend on the battering end of an inspired Chelsea side eager to deliver Antonio Conte’s first piece of silverware on English soil. As ever so much over the course of the season, the Blues galloped past their opponents with effortless ease, registering a 3-0 victory over the Toffees at Goodison Park.
Since arriving from French side Lille in June 2012 as a player with massive potential but still bubbling under Eden Michael Hazard has not looked back. Instead, the mercurial ‘wizard’ has shone like a beacon for Chelsea Football Club. Coming to Chelsea as a winger who could easily play on either wing, Hazard has already
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