10) Diego Costa One of the most talented strikers of his generation, Diego Costa time at the pinnacle of football could have been much longer had the Spanish striker not let his fiery temper and poor attitude get the better of him. Photo credit: Google Photo credit: Google
The 2020/2021 Uefa Champions League winners, Chelsea might play against Atlético Mineiro from Brazil in the FIFA Club World Cup competition, which means the London club who have been unbeaten so far in the 2021/2022 football season, and might play against two-star players (Costa and Hulk) who have graced top European clubs in the past.
Photo Credit: Twitter Chelsea are currently at the top spot of EPL table, they won Southampton 3-1 on saturday while Liverpool and Mancity played draw. History sometimes, repeats itself in football. There was a great connection between Chelsea's 2012 season and that of 2021.
Several English premier league clubs have considered Chelsea football club to be a major danger for several years now. Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard, N'Golo Kante, John Terry, Petr Cech, Eden Hazard, Makelele, and Diego Costa are just a few of the world-class players that have played for this club.
The Spanish international, Diego Costa, remains one of the most successful strikers to have played for Chelsea. He signed for Chelsea in the year 2014, and he went ahead to score quite a number of goals for Chelsea over the two seasons he spent at Chelsea.
Not all players usually have it all rossy for them after leaving a particular club, as some find it hard to replicate the form they had with their former teams in their new clubs. Such instances usually lead to them being labeled as "flop signings" by pundits or rival supporters.
Michy Batshuayi (#3) Photo Credit: Getty Images Michy Batshuayi joined Chelsea from Marseille in the summer of 2016 for a rumoured £33 million deal. He got off to a good start to the season, scoring in his first two Premier League outings. However, he was never able to unseat Diego Costa as the team's main striker, and his season ended with five goals in only 236 minutes of Premier League play.
Photo Credit: Twitter Sources have confirmed that Chelsea are eyeing a move to re-sign Eden Hazard from Real Madrid, It is also believed that Roman Abramovich is a huge fan of the Belgian Superstar. However, Real Madrid are currently facing a lot of problems with Eden Hazard.
Chelsea has had an embarrassing list of failed strikers in recent times. We will take a look at six strikers who had it tough at Chelsea. And there goes another striker. Chelsea has had an embarrassing list of failed strikers in recent times. There have been big hits such as Diego Costa and club legend Didier Drogba.
Football is a very delicate game that needs balance and coordination to achieve objectives. It requires teamwork which means players must complement one another so that there will be a proper foundation for success. Chelsea has signed so many strikers over the years. Elite strikers like Didier Drogba, Gianfranco Zola, Diego Costa and so on have led the attack for the blues ever since their establishment in March 1905.
Diego Costa is regarded as one of the most prolific strikers in the history of the English Premier League. The Spanish star scored so many important goals during his career at Stamford Bridge. However, he is also regarded as one of the most aggressive footballers on earth.
Every season, a coach is faced with the decision of determining the players who are part of his plan for the new season. Sometimes, coaches have to make tough decisions about cutting out top players due to various reasons. It is common courtesy to inform these unlucky players in person.
Following back to back wins over Southampton and Brentford, Chelsea's next Premier league game will see the Canaries visit Stamford Bridge this weekend in what will be the nineteen meeting between these two sides since 1992. The Blues who will be without some key attackers in Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner will be hoping to make it three consecutive top flight wins, one that will see them consolidate their position at the summit of the table.
Chelsea started the defence of their UEFA Champions League title with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Zenit St-Petersburg, here are 5 things observed from the match: 1. Lukaku Is The Difference-maker Since the departure of Diego Costa, Chelsea has not had a decent striker until now.
In the Premier League, there are quality players at every position. But who has the ability to single-handedly affect the outcome of a game? There have been some absolutely outstanding individual efforts over the years that have won games and even championships. Here are seven more players who can all deliver when it matters the most.
Photo Credit: Getty Images The Blues have a reputation for spending a lot of money, but they've also been known to sell a lot of players. The majority of these players were released while still in their peak, while some left the club while still in their prime.
Former Chelsea striker, Diego Costa who currently plays in Brazil, graced the top European football club in his prime age and was one of the most feared strikers in the world at that time. Costa who won three major trophies with the blues celebrates his 33rd birthday today.
Since the beginning of the Roman Abramovich era, Chelsea football club has developed into a strong force both domestically, and in all of Europe. A major factor that prompted this development is to be credited to Portuguese maestro, Jose Mourinho, who instilled that deep laying football into the system of the Blues, as they are fondly called, which has passed on from every coach that has being at Chelsea.
Reasons Why Chelsea Should Have Tried To Sign Nigerian Striker, Victor Osimhen Ahead Of Romelu Lukaku
Strikers have been integral to the style of play and winning mentality that has become synonymous with Chelsea.The likes of Didier Drogba, Diego Costa and so on have made their mark at the Stamford Bridge stadium Chelsea chose to re-sign Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan for 97 million pounds after bringing the centre forward for his first stint in the Premier League in 2011.
3. Diego Costa Chelsea football Club struggled to replace Ivory Coast international Didiger Drogba when he left Stamford Bridge in 2012, it was until Portuguese golfer Jose Mourinho bought Diego Costa from Atletico Madrid 2 years later that the Blues found a striker capable of scoring goals like Drogba.