After his performance against Shrewsbury the other night and subsequent quotes from Jose Mourinho after the game, we are all wondering if Mohamed Salah has a future at Chelsea.
The whole situation in my view for Salah at the moment is that it's very sad and does not seem to working out for him.
According to various reports in the last few days, Chelsea are preparing to raid Barcelona again and this time to place a bid of around £24m for defender Gerard Pique. I am wondering how you feel about these reports?
If it's true, then you would have to believe that Andreas Christensen (after his impressive debut yesterday) would be allowed to leave on loan, which is a shame.
Nathan Ake, Didier Drogba and Willian all took to Social Media last night during the four hour journey home to celebrate the victory over Shrewsbury. Chelsea await the draw for the next round later this evening.
Chelsea progressed through to the next round of the League Cup after beating plucking Shrewsbury 2-1 with Didier Drogba scoring in his third match running. It wasn't our best performance but we are through!
Jose's team selection.
As stated earlier in the evening, Jose Mourinho made seven changes to the side that faced Manchester United just two days previously.
A little over 48 hours since we walked off the pitch at Old Trafford, Chelsea are back in action against Shrewsbury and there are plenty of changes but Didier Drogba rolls back the years to start his second game in two days which is a surprise to all of us.
No disrespect to our opponents but any team put together by Jose Mourinho from our current squad should literally "walk" this one and beat Shrewsbury tonight.
Diego Costa, Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois have been shortlisted for the Ballon D'or awards for their exploits last season but, let's be honest have little chance of winning.
When you look at some of the others names (notably from Real Madrid), you will realise that despite all having brilliant seasons, it will more than likely be Ronaldo that wins it.
Jose Mourinho has been complaining (rightly so) about the fact that just over 48 hours after Old Trafford, Chelsea have to travel tonight to face Shrewsbury in the League Cup.
"I have only one day, we travel to London and we are travelling to Shrewsbury.
At times, it's nice to bring a bit of humour to our game and 442oons on YouTube have done exactly that! They have put together a video about the Keane and Mourinho hand shake incident, coupled with our 1-1 draw with United.
Take a look! (Watch the language if there are children around though!
On SkySports "Monday Night Football" last night, Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher took an in depth look at Chelsea's draw with Manchester United last Sunday and have some very interesting observations.
I think they have both made some real valid arguments. The way United started the game, adopting the 4-3-3 formation that Chelsea struggled to come to terms with in that first half.
Everyone on the planet could see that Chelsea should have been awarded a penalty for not one but TWO holding incidents on John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic yesterday.
John Terry took to his Instagram account last night and posted a message and tribute to Didier Drogba for his goal BUT also posted a hastag at the bottom of the message - "#JTandIVAgotdoubleheadlockedfromeverycorner"
Clearly, he feels the same as all of the Chelsea fans on the planet!
Robin Van Persie scored a 93rd minute equaliser to earn Manchester United a point after Didier Drogba gave Chelsea the lead and it's two points dropped for Jose Mourinho's men.
On the plus side, we gained a point on Manchester City in the title race to take us six points clear but it still feels that we blew a chance to have extended the lead even further.
Chelsea fans all over the world will be looking for one name in particular on Jose Mourinho's team sheet this afternoon - Diego Costa. Should Jose throw him straight back into action?
I believe 100% that if he has come through training yesterday at Cobham, ahead of the trip to Manchester that followed, Diego Costa WILL start for Chelsea.
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It was another packed week in the academy this week with games played across all 3 ages levels and the squads being used to their fullest as the needs of the first team plus international commitments restrict selections.
The week started off with the U18's who have had a very good start to season and are currently sitting on the top of the Southern section of the U18's league despite suffering defeat to the hands of Brighton this week.