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Chelsea Players Who will be at the World Cup

June 11, 2014

The Most Prestigious Tournament is days away. The dreams of some Players to represent their Country is about to be Fulfilled As Brazil Host the World from June 12 – July 12. We take a look at Some of the Current Chelsea Stars and Potential Chelsea Stars to watch out for in the World Cup… Read More ›

360 In-DEPTH Analysis: The Pivot

The pivot is the most confused part of a 4-2-3-1 formation. 4-2-3-1 formation itself is a very specialized formation. The formation can’t adapt to players rather the players need to adapt to it. In contrast, a formation like 4-4-2 is more general and every kind of player can find a place in it. As I… Read More ›

Selection Problem Jose? -Part 1

It’s been a decent start to the season, though it’s still early days; and Jose is still tinkering with the side to find the right balance between attack and defense. So, we here at ChelseaFC360 look at, what could be the best possible starting eleven with the help of our  writers, who predict their opinions… Read More ›

Tales from the Terrace #2: The Obi One For Me

  Just like Chelsea’s winning ways, Tales of the Terrace is back. And A LOT has happened since last week, so lets have a quick round up of what went on: – Mourinho wants to convert Juan Mata to a RM, with Oscar his preferred number 10. – Chelsea beat Fulham 2:0 – Oscar and John Obi… Read More ›

What We Learned: West London Derby victory and guess who scored finally?!

Chelsea beat Fulham at Stamford Bridge to secure all three points and in the process go top of the BPL table on the night. The game was build up as a crisis situation for Chelsea and anything less than a win was not acceptable and according to the media Chelsea were undergoing a mini crisis… Read More ›

Defensive Midfielders at Stamford Bridge

The defensive aspect of the game at Stamford Bridge has taken a hit in the past couple of years. Truth be told, ever since Jose Mourinho departed, Chelsea have never really coped and gone back to dominating like how they did under him. I would like to point out the defense and partially midfield. Jose… Read More ›

Jose has got a headache

Remember last season? The ‘dark ages’ under the leadership of Rafa? A lot of people – myself included – were saying how the midfield was our weakest position, where we had no depth? Oh how times change… Going into this season, our midfield looks incredibly congested with options all over the place to slot into our… Read More ›

Mikel – Playmaker or Holding Midfielder?

Nigeria crashed out of the Confederations Cup in the group stages after a fairly impressive tournament, but were unlucky not to make it through to the next round. The Nigerian team had seen 2 Chelsea representatives take the pitch in Brazil – Omeruo and Mikel. The latter was very impressive in his attacking role as… Read More ›

Would playing a 3-man midfield unlock Mikel’s true potential?

I know we all bash Mikel for his inability to pass forward sometimes (even I have) but after watching the AFCON and the Confederations Cup could we play a 3-man midfield and have it benefit Mikel and others in the team? The Evidence If you have watched any of Nigeria’s games you would see that… Read More ›

The Winners and Loser of 2012-2013 Part 2

In part 1 I covered the goalkeeper and defenders, in this part I will do the midfielders and attackers. Please don’t forget these are my views on the team. The Pivot The winner As much as I do not like him as a player as he is too one dimensional for me, Mikel is the… Read More ›

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