Andre Schurrle: Analysing the German’s role at Chelsea

Andre Schürrle reported for Chelsea’s pre-season training in the summer of 2014 having just experienced the single greatest moment in his football career – winning the FIFA World Cup in Brazil with the German national team. In a team packed with stars from Europe’s top clubs – including the likes of Manuel Neuer, Phillip Lahm, Mats Hümmels, Toni Kroos and Thomas Müller – Schürrle managed to stand out, making a telling contribution to Germany’s successful campaign with 3 goals and crucially, the assist for Mario Götze’s strike that ultimately clinched the title for Die Mannschaft.  After such a successful World Cup, it appeared as though the Chelsea midfielder would make the natural progression from the periphery of the Blues’ first team to the starting XI. Unfortunately for Schürrle, things have not quite gone to plan so far this season. A promising start to the 2014-2015 campaign has fizzled out quickly, with the German international finding himself on the bench and […] Read more »


Poyet: We Can End Chelsea’s Unbeaten Run

After beating West Bromich Albion 2-0, Chelsea would face a lowly Sunderland side reeling at the middle of the table. Although, five points from three game have uplifted Sunderland from the relegation places, they face a daunting showdown against league leaders and unbeaten Chelsea. Sunderland’s manager and former Chelsea player Gus Poyet, has already expressed his views on Chelsea, and believes that Sunderland will play with their hearts out again Chelsea, while looking to put an end of Chelsea’s unbeaten run. “I think from now until the end of the season, everyone is going to try to be the one who beats Chelsea first.” said Poyet.  “Now it’s our opportunity and let’s see if we can take it. “We need to be spot-on – don’t make any mistakes, be good, organised and be brave on the ball so you’re not defending all the time. “There are plenty of things that we need to do really well on the day. “But […] Read more »


Fabregas: This Is Just A Beginning For Chelsea

Chelsea’s robust midfielder Cesc Fabregas, expressed his views on the Chelsea’s season so far after their win against West Bromich Albion. The Spanish International, understood that this is just a beginning for bigger and better things. “This is just the beginning. Everyone is talking well about Chelsea now, how great we are and then you lose two games they will talk about how bad we are.” he said speaking to Chelsea’s official website “We have been long enough in football not to fall into this trap and to just keep going the way we want to achieve things.” Meanwhile, Chelsea have already been dubbed as favorites to win the Premier League, but the Midfielder shunned talks of Chelsea already running away with the title. “We don’t look at all the comments from TV, press or fans because if you start looking at it now, everyone will think that Chelsea has already won the title and it is not like that. […] Read more »