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Loan moves to 26 Chelsea players across the globe

September 3, 2014

Chelsea Football Club‘s transfer activity in this window will be highlighted by the capture of former Arsenal maestro Cesc Fabregas and the much needed Diego Costa. Sneaking Loic Remy from Arsenal’s grasp was also a topping of the cake. However, on inspecting closely, neither of these moves trumps the new policy that the club has… Read More ›

Chelsea Loan stars and their Fate for next season

Chelsea had 27 players on loan during this season, thats a whole squad of players Here we will look at some of them, where they played and their likely fates for next season   Ryan Bertrand – Aston Villa- Loaned out despite our lack of cover for Ashley Cole at LB with Azpiliqueta drafted in to… Read More ›

Loan Watch

Many players from our squad have been loaned out to various clubs around the Europe. With almost a month gone since the transfer window closed, the likes of Thorgan Hazard have made excellent progress while likes of Oriol Romeu have just got one chance to play. Many of the same faces from the past season… Read More ›

Marko Marin – Have Chelsea fans been too quick to judge him?

Chelsea signed the 24-year-old German international from Werder Bremen last summer.  Since then, the  ‘German Messi’ has found it rather very hard to make the first team. Marko showed impressive qualities in the pre-season at America, wreaking havoc with defenses alongside Eden Hazard. The start to the season was very tough for the German, sidelined… Read More ›

Marko Marin: On Loan to Sevilla

Chelsea Football Club and Sevilla Futbol Club have reached an agreement for the loan of Marko Marin. As reported by the official Chelsea Football Club website, the Spanish Club,  who finished 9th in La Liga, have obtained the services of Marko Marin for the duration of the 2013/2014 season. The agreement is subject t legal… Read More ›

Marko Marin, why we should keep him!

Marko Marin came to Chelsea FC already becoming a name worshipped by the Werder Bremen fans. Nick-named as the ‘German Messi’, he rightfully earned this title, not by his goal scoring prowess, but his ability to dribble, and of course laying down goals, and of course, his diminutive height adds to it. He was said… Read More ›

Should Chelsea Look To Offload Marko Marin and Victor Moses?

The summer of 2012 saw Chelsea go all-out and sign a plethora of attacking players in an attempt to revamp an aging squad and introduce a new brand of attacking football. Marko Marin, Eden Hazard, Oscar and Victor Moses all made their way to Stamford Bridge. Eden Hazard and Oscar both made an almost instant impact… Read More ›

Shaping up for Next Season Part 3

In part 3 I am going to talk about our attacking trio. I am going to split them into 3 positions Left Attacking Midfield (LAM), Right Attacking Midfield(RAM) and Central Attacking Midfield(CAM). We have players who can fill these positions in fully and effectively. Left Attacking Midfield In the LAM position we have a few… Read More ›

Dissecting the Mazacar (Part 2)

  Part 1  Time for part 2 on ways to adapt and improve the Mazacar. Lets quickly list the players we have at the club for this trio: Mata undoubtly the most influential and important player for us, Hazard like Mata important and influential, Oscar he has stuttered of late but I do believe he… Read More ›

Dissecting the Mazacar (Part 1)

In this two part series I am going to talk about our lethal weapon the Mazacar. Part 1 I am going to talk about the Pros and Cons of it and how it is an integral part of our play, Part 2 will be how we can adapt it and improve it. The Cons Lets… Read More ›

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