Eden Hazard had an amazing season for Chelsea and one which you would find difficult to improve on. However, Jose Mourinho believes that with his continued improvement season on season, Hazard is now one of the top three players in the world!
What can you say about Hazard last year that hasn't already been said?
John Terry is preparing himself for another season in the Premier League. Despite all our rivals spending big, he believes the signing of a contract extension by Jose Mourinho IS the biggest deal this summer!
Much has been made of Jose Mourinho's past. How many times since he has come back to Chelsea have we heard pundits talk of the fact that he has never stayed anywhere longer than three seasons before he is up and off on his travels once again!
Jose Mourinho has already stoked the fires with our rivals ahead of the new Premier League season by stating that with the money they have already spent, they are all trying to buy the title! I am asking if you agree?
It's a statement that has been labelled at Chelsea ever since Roman Abramovich came in and took over the club in 2003.
Jose Mourinho's post match comments the other night raised some questions in my mind. When asked of possible fragility within the current Chelsea squad he gave a response stating that he is more than happy with his squad of players. Do you agree with him?
"You are speaking with the manager of the best team in England - we don't have fragilities.
Plenty has been made of Chelsea's 2-4 defeat against the New York Red Bulls last night with Asmir Begovic conceding ALL four. However, Thibaut Courtois has lept to the defence of the new arrival and insists that his life isn't any easier now.
Courtois is referring to the fact that Petr Cech has made the move to North London to join Arsenal with Begovic signing for Chelsea from Stoke as his replacement.
As we see numerous strikers being linked with a move to Chelsea this summer, there is one current Chelsea player we all have our eyes on, wondering what is going to happen with him, and that's Patrick Bamford.
Named as the Championship's Player of the Year last term after a fantastic season, Middlesborough Manager Aitor Karanka has revealed that the player will not spend another season in the Championship.
With constant speculation about players coming into Chelsea, we are reading reports of all sorts of players being linked with a summer move to Stamford Bridge. Who would YOU personally like Chelsea to sign?
As supporters, we all have an opinion on who we personally feel the club should be looking to sign based on the areas of the squad that need strengthening.
It's been another week of speculation and rumour for all of us. All sorts of names are being linked with moves in and out of our club but I wanted to get your thoughts on what is being reported as our new strike force for next season.
Diego Costa. First and foremost like all of you, I am pleased that Diego Costa has come out and played down the recent speculation that he was unhappy in England because he was unable to settle.
There are plenty of rumours flying about at the moment and that will intensify after Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho confirmed he has targeted three summer signings.
We have seen plenty of names being linked with a move to the club in the past few weeks. Plenty of it is pure speculation as agents look to fill their own pockets by touting their clients names around to drum up interest and look for a better contract with their current club.
Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side have had a fantastic season. Not only did the Blues reclaim the Premier League title for the first time since 2010, and by an impressive margin ahead of nearest rivals Manchester City, but they also managed to get their hands on the League Cup back in March after beating London rivals Tottenham at Wembley.
Patrick Bamford is back at Chelsea this summer and all of us are waiting to see what happens. He has won the Championship Player of the Year award and pleaded for a chance at Chelsea but it looks like that's not going to happen.
Reports have surfaced over the weekend (and I have to state that they could be false) that Chelsea have stuck a £10m price tag on his head for any interested parties in signing him.
Over the years some truly great forwards have graced the Stamford Bridge turf, even before the big money acquisitions of the Abramovich era. If the rumour mill is to be believed, and United flop Radamel Falcao is on the verge of signing, despite the club v country debate surrounding his performances, he may well have the chance to join the Chelsea elite.
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Can someone tell me why we are still talking about Kevin De Bruyne and his time at Chelsea? I understand that he is being linked with Manchester City in a big money move but what on earth has that got to do with Chelsea?
There is no denying that he has talent. However, he had his chance here and never took it and was sold for a healthy profit that suited all parties so it should be case closed!
By Tyler Strauss One of the many things that Mourinho is known for is his dominance of the transfer market. Just last year, Mourinho had most of his transfer business wrapped up by the time most other teams began to enter the market. The signing of Cesc Fabregas was a masterclass, followed by Diego Costa and Filipe Luis.
Plenty of people have questioned Chelsea' lack of transfer activity so far compared to our rivals. I personally believe that the one in, one out policy the club has adopted this summer will serve us well ahead of the new season.
Having lead the Premier League from day one to the end of the season, Chelsea re-wrote the record books to become the most dominant team in the history of the Premier League in a single season.
I remember when kit launches were low-key affairs, and jerseys were left to speak for themselves. Not that they haven't long been easily marketable beacons of instantly recognisable iconography, stretched thin in something breathe-lite and figure-hugging it's just now the launches have become so increasingly weird.
The US national team finished 4th place at the Gold Cup, the regional championships for CONCACAF. This is pretty sad. However, what's more irksome is the prevalence of circular logic and ad hominem attack in the classic debate on the line between the responsibility of a coach as compared to players.
Looking back at our title winning season and alongside Eden Hazard, you have to state that Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa were instrumental in our success. After an amazing season for both, they have been backed to do even better for Chelsea this coming season!
No one could have imagined the impact Diego Costa would have on Chelsea and the Premier League.
According to a report in The SUN, Jose Mourinho has become increasingly frustrated at Chelsea's lack of transfer business so far this summer. I am wondering as the Chelsea fan reading this article if you feel the same?
Cast your minds back a year ago and Chelsea had their business done and dusted early well ahead of pre season training.
"If Big Pete's Happy, I'm Happy!" that was the statement from John Terry when he talks of Chelsea's Champions League preparations for the final in Munich on 19.05.12. No one will ever forget his role in our history!
On SkySport's tribute programme to Chelsea's Champions League victory in 2012, John Terry was talking about our preparation for the game.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero has openly admitted that he is "trying to get Kurt Zouma" this summer as he looks to bolster the physical presence of his squad. I am asking you the Chelsea fan reading this if you think he should consider letting him go on loan?
Zouma has impressed all of us with his performances in defence and also surprisingly in the defensive midfield role (just ask Marouane Fellaini) this season.