• The Loan Report: March 12-18
  • Under-18 League Cup Final: Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur
  • Development Squad: Arsenal 3-1 Chelsea

Under-18s: Brighton & Hove Albion 1-4 Chelsea

Chelsea are two wins away from their fourth successive Under-18 Premier League South title after a 4-1 win at Brighton on Friday night saw them move twelve points clear of nearest challenger Arsenal. Charlie Brown, Billy Gilmour and George McEachran struck in a devastating four-minute first-half spell to put the result beyond doubt there and then, whilst Clinton Mola thumped home a spectacular fourth to add emphasis in the second…


Under-18s: Chelsea 2-0 Leicester City

Chelsea extended their lead at the top of the Under-18 Premier League to nine points with a 2-0 win over Leicester City at Cobham on a rainy Tuesday lunchtime. With second-placed Arsenal not in action until the weekend after next, the Blues knew that wins against the Foxes and Brighton on Friday would heap the pressure on the chasing Gunners, and second-half goals from Martell Taylor-Crossdale and Charlie Brown ensured…


The Loan Report: February 26 – March 4

A relatively quiet week on the loan front lacked significant headlines and several English-based players saw their fixtures postponed due to heavy snow and freezing weather. With nothing specific to focus on, let’s dive straight in. England Premier League Inclement weather rarely results in postponements in the Premier League, however, and so a full schedule of matches went ahead. Kurt Zouma was in superb form for Stoke at Southampton, but…


FA Youth Cup: Fulham 0-6 Chelsea

Chelsea have often made things look much easier than they actually are in their dominant FA Youth Cup stretch over the past five years, but rarely have they done what they did to Fulham on a bitterly cold Tuesday evening on the banks of the River Thames. Frustrated despite their first half dominance at Craven Cottage, Jody Morris’ young Blues put their West London neighbours to the sword in the…


The Loan Report: February 19-25

A steady pace of loanee goals continued this week, despite Michy Batshuayi being held off the scoresheet for the first time at Dortmund, as Kasey Palmer and Mason Mount chipped in with strong performances instead, whilst Joao Rodriguez also found the net again. Headliners Palmer’s season hasn’t exactly gone the way most had hoped way back in August. Fresh off the back of helping Huddersfield to the Premier League, he…