How Chelsea Future Looks Brighter Next Season than This season.
Chelsea FC has dropped from Grace to Grass this season, which was an unexpected event. The team records 16 losses and 10 draws, a very poor statistic for a top team like Chelsea. The team sits 12th on the table and is currently playing their last game for the season. The team has undergone a lot of aggressive change throughout this season, which has led to their mediocre performance this season. Political reasons also caused the change of ownership from former owner Roman Abramovich to Todd Boehly. This caused
Mauricio Pochettino reach agreement as Chelsea head coach
As Todd Boehly continues to look for Graham Potter's replacement, Mauricio Pochettino appears to have cemented his position as the clear frontrunner for the permanent managerial role at Stamford Bridge. According to the most recent reports, Mauricio Pochettino, the former manager of Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain, is now signing a contract, and an announcement about his appointment as Chelsea manager is expected this week.
Chelsea's Best Player of the Season: 4 players that could win the award
One win from their last ten Premier League games, it is indeed troubling times for Chelsea. Thomas Tuchel was in charge of Chelsea at the start of the current campaign, Graham Potter was appointed as his successor as things began to get worse under the German coach.
Why Boehly should try to organize a meeting with Abramovich.
There is every tendency that Chelsea football club's new owner, Todd Boehly should try to organize a meeting with Chelsea's ex Owner, Roman Abramovich. Reason: To seek Roman Abramovich's true forgiveness relative to the unfair treatment of England towards him (Roman): It is not wrong for anyone to say that Chelsea football club's new owners deserve to specifically seek the true forgiveness of Roman Abramovich who was forced to relinquish the right of ownership of an asset (Chelsea football club) that he (Roman) never wanted to relinquish.
Michael Owen predicts where Chelsea will finish next season under Mauricio Pochettino
Despite a disappointing season for Chelsea, Michael Owen believes that the club will return to the Premier League top four next season with Mauricio Pochettino as their new head coach. Owen stated that the key to success for Chelsea is to get rid of some players and focus on a smaller pool.
Why Todd Boehly may miss Chelsea's final game of the season against Newcastle
Chelsea owner Todd Boehly will not be present for the club's last Premier League game of the season against Newcastle United, according to reports. Boehly, the U.S. billionaire who purchased Chelsea for £4.25 billion last year, has endured a challenging first year at the helm of the football club.
Pochettino to Chelsea: The pros and cons of Chelsea hiring a former Tottenham Hotspur coach
Baring any last-minute changes, Chelsea FC will announce former Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio Pochettino as their new coach. Pochettino is expected to take over from Frank Lampard, whose deal as Chelsea interim manager will expire at the end of this season. Pochettino emerged as Todd Boehly's favorite for Chelsea's vacant managerial position after he and his co-owners met with more than two coaches.
Chelsea Would Have Regretted Selling Levi Colwill To Brighton In Order To Get Cucurella Last Summer
Levi Colwill was tipped to make Chelsea's First team at the beginning of this season but, Thomas Tuchel wasn't keen on adding the England International to the first team. Chelsea wasn't also ready to sell him, so a loan was the only real option for the England International last summer.
Three Things that ruin Chelsea's campaign despite spending 600 million
It's no secret that Chelsea have spent big in the current campaign. In fact, the club have invested a whopping £600 million in new players and managers since Todd Boehly’s takeover from Roman Abramovich. However, despite all the investment, the team still struggles to reach its full potential.
Why Boehly should ensure that he gives equal to Chelsea men, women and Academy.
During the Chelsea takeover by Todd Boehly, rumors had it that he (Todd) promised to give his maximum support to the Chelsea squad (men, women, and academy). To this, it'll be nice if such a promise (that is giving equal support to the Chelsea squad) will be met following the huge expenses (signing of players, and sacking and appointment of managers) made at the men's side alone this season.
EPL: 5 players that could join Pochettino at Chelsea next season
Chelsea are set to appoint former Tottenham and Paris Saint-German boss, Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager next season, with the Argentine expected to sign a three year deal. The Argentina international is set to join another London club despite his unconditional love for Tottenham Hotspur".
Chelsea Owner, Todd Boehly Spotted At The Los Angeles Lakers Game Last Night.
Last night which was Saturday, the 20th day of May, 2023, Chelsea co owner Todd Boehly was seen watching a Basketball game, and he was looking good in the Lakers outfit as well. See the photo of Todd Boehly watching the Los Angeles Lakers game last night below.
Why Boehly should ensure that he signs Osimehn or Harry Kane.
With the end of the 2022/2023 season campaign coming to an end in the next few days. Chelsea will be among the clubs that will be busy in the transfer market. However, Todd Boehly should ensure that he signs Osimehn or Harry Kane. Reasons: The Chelsea squad has everything except a prolific finisher (Striker): One would be right to say that the Chelsea football club's squad was limited in scoring goals and winning games because of the absence of a prolific finisher that always converts created chances into goals.
How Thomas Tuchel Almost Gave Levi Colwill Away Freely Last Summer
Levi Colwill has been a great revelation in the Premier league at Brighton and Hove Albion this season. The England International was sent on loan to the Amex Stadium by Todd Boehly last summer as part of the deal that saw Marc Cucurella arriving at Stamford Bridge. Levi Colwill was supposed to join Chelsea's first team last summer, especially with the exits of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen but Thomas Tuchel didn't consider the Cobham academy graduate a first team material.
Transfer: Done deal; Chelsea willing to swap Kovacic with Onana; Arsenal eyeing move for Cancelo
Done deal: Mathias ‘Zanka’ Jorgensen signs new deal with Brentford Mathias ‘Zanka’ Jorgensen has signed a new contract, extending his stay with Brentford until the summer of 2025. The Denmark international has made 28 appearances in all competitions since joining the club as a free agent in September 2021.
EPL: 8 clubs Pochettino rejected before accepting Chelsea
Former Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-German head coach, Mauricio Pochettino, is set to be announced as the new permanent manager of Chelsea football club. It is also understood that the Argentina international will sign a three year deal at Chelsea in weeks to come. Mauricio Pochettino has been out of duty since May 2022, when he was released by the French capital, Paris Saint-German, despite winning the Ligue 1 title.
Neyma's transfer: premier league clubs battles for his signature
Neymar who is the subject of interest for several Premier League clubs and in particular Manchester United. Elsewhere, Manchester City are reportedly looking to hijack Liverpool’s move for Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, Arsenal are weighing up alternatives to Declan Rice, and David Moyes wants a Manchester United defender to boost his options next season.
Transfer: Chelsea still pushing to sign Victor Osimhen this summer
According to Sky Sports Germany journalist Florian Plettenberg, Chelsea are still trying to recruit Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen, who would cost their incoming new manager Mauricio Pochettino "at least" €150 million. Since Todd Boehly joined Chelsea as a co-owner last summer, the club has spent more than £600 million, and it appears that this trend will continue.
Mauricio Pochettino Returns to the Premier League as Chelsea Boss
Chelsea Football Club has announced the appointment of Mauricio Pochettino as its new manager for next season. This will mark his third spell in charge of an English club, having previously managed Espanyol, Southampton, Tottenham, and Paris Saint-Germain. Pochettino takes over from Todd Boehly, who became the club's owner 12 months ago and has already appointed three permanent bosses, including interim coaches Bruno Saltor and Frank Lampard.
EPL: Chelsea offered AC Milan two players in exchange for Rafael Leao
According to reports coming from DAILY POST, Chelsea reportedly offered two players in an exchange deal to sign Rafael Leao from AC Milan last summer. In the report, the Blues tried to lure Leao away from the Rossoneri by giving out Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech. The report has it that at the time Chelsea was in their first transfer window under the Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali-led ownership, with the group thereafter spending more than £600 million on several players across the summer and winter transfer market.