Even though some people will state that Chelsea have started the new campaign unconvincingly in terms of performance, few will doubt that the Blues have started proceedings in excellent fashion in relation to results. One man who is very satisfied with how things are going is John Obi Mikel, with the midfielder stating that he
Even though the Blues have just come off the back of an emphatic 4-0 victory over FC Nordsjaelland in the Champions League, Roberto Di Matteo has announced that it will still be difficult for the club to progress to the latter stages of the tournament.
Having splashed £32m on Eden Hazard, there was already little doubt that Roberto Di Matteo was a huge fan of the player. However, the Blues boss has paid the Belgium international the greatest compliment yet, stating that Hazard could even become as good as Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola.
Even though Chelsea have experienced a hugely busy summer in the transfer market, many Blues supporters have still issued concerns over veteran midfielder Frank Lampard. Despite being one of the club’s best performers over the years, Lampard has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge with just twelve months remaining on his current
It would be fair to say that Daniel Sturridge has flattered to deceive somewhat following his move from Manchester City several years ago. However, having now been with the Blues for three years, the 23-year-old claims that he wants to establish himself in the first team this term and get a good run of games
It would be fair to say that Chelsea have been one of the most active clubs in the transfer market this summer, having spent over £64m on new players. Moreover, with many expecting that figure to increase with the acquisition of two more players in recent weeks, some people have questioned just how the Blues
Since Roberto Di Matteo’s official appointment several weeks ago, there is no doubt that things have quietened significantly on the transfer front. However, if reports are to be believed, the Blues could be set to enter the transfer market once again with Internacional’s Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junio supposedly set to switch to Stamford Bridge.
The club-versus-country row has been ongoing for a number of years now and it is no secret that domestic managers are completely against their players overdoing it for their country. It appears Roberto Di Matteo is part of this brigade, stating that the upcoming Olympics are not ideal for his squad as he prepares for
It has been dragging on since the club’s memorable Champions League victory last month, yet Blues supporters can finally rest easier after Roberto Di Matteo was officially announced as Chelsea’s new manager. Having initially taken over from Andre Villas-Boas in March, the former West Brom boss oversaw a terrific improvement at Stamford Bridge and eventually