CHELSEA fans do have some things to rejoice about as latest news from Stamford Bridge could mean so much for the followers of the club.
Blues fans do have something to be happy about since the last couple of games, after they defeated Brentford with a convincing 2–0 victory in the Quarter finals of the Carabao cup, to progress to the semi finals of the competition.
In recent games, the Chelsea’s poor form, and covid-19 crisis that has affected most of their top players, has left the Chelsea fans very unhappy, as they have lose grounds in the Premier League title race to Manchester City, finding themselves six points behind the Guardiola’s men just before Christmas, and also lost the top spot in their Champions League group to Juventus in the last game week.
Chelsea would hope to rediscover their early season good form as soon as possible, but despite their difficult times, there are still some good news about the club that the fans would be delighted to know.In this article, we will be looking at the three good news that the Chelsea fans would be happy about, at this current stage of the season.
1. Chelsea Are Still Competing In Five Competitions So Far This Season
No other English club is participating in more competitions than Chelsea this season, as they are currently still well placed for the Premier League title, Champions League, Club World Cup, Carabao cup and the FA cup.
With Chelsea still active in five competitions at this stage of the season, it means they have more chances of winning silverwares than their Premier League rivals this season.
2. Hakim Ziyech Won’t Be Going For The Afcon Tournament
It is great new for the Chelsea fans that Hakim Ziyech was not included in the Moroccan squad that would participate in the Afcon tournament, scheduled to hold in Cameron, from the 9 of January to 6 of February.The Chelsea attacker is not in good terms with his national team coach, which has made him not to be called on International duty since June, and has now been left out of the Moroccan squad for the Afcon tournament.
Hakim Ziyech exclusion from the Moroccan team is a good news to Chelsea, as Thomas Tuchel would need the squad depth he brings to the team.
3. Romelu Lukaku, Callum Hudson-Odoi, And Andreas Christensen Are Back To Training
Chelsea has missed some of their first team players due to injury and being affected by covid-19, which has led to their ugly form in recent games.But the good news is that, Romelu Lukaku and Callum Hudson-Odoi tested negative to covid-19, and are now back to training with the squad, while Andreas Christensen has recovered from his back injury, and is also back in training.
Thomas Tuchel would be glad to have them back to the squad, as they prepare to play against the rejuvenated Aston Villa side in their next Premier League game.