• The Loan Report: October 9-15
  • Under-18s: Leicester City 2-3 Chelsea
  • Development Squad: Chelsea 1-3 Swansea City
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The Loan Report: October 9-15

The Loan Report returns from the October international hiatus with a brace of goals for Tammy Abraham, who continues to trend upwards in his maiden Premier League campaign. Headliners As noted during the last Loan Report, Swansea were generally producing good quality scoring chances, but they weren’t producing many of them. Abraham was responsible for two of their three league goals (with another effort coming in the League Cup) and,…

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Under-18s: Leicester City 2-3 Chelsea

Chelsea’s Under-18s retained their 100% league record with a seventh win from seven outings at Leicester City on Saturday, but they had to work hard for it, coming back from a goal behind and then again after conceding a late equaliser to eventually triumph 3-2. Goals from Charlie Brown and Martell Taylor-Crossdale were sandwiched in between a pair of Foxes goals scored by giant central defender from set pieces but,…

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Development Squad: Chelsea 1-3 Swansea City

Chelsea’s Development Squad struggles so far this season continued on Friday night as they suffered a 3-1 defeat to Swansea City at Aldershot Town’s EBB Stadium in the Premier League 2. A classy treble from Oli McBurnie did the damage on an evening where, once again, the Blues failed to play to their full potential, and although Kylian Hazard marked his debut with a goal late in the second half,…

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Under-18s: Chelsea 6-1 Fulham

Chelsea underlined their superiority in the Under-18 Premier League once again on Saturday as they beat local rivals Fulham 6-1 at Cobham to record their sixth successive victory of the season so far The match pitted first against second, with the two West London academies in free-scoring form, but it was the Blues’ pedigree that shone through on a remarkable morning at their training ground in Surrey. Despite falling behind…

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