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Chelsea FC Squad, Team, All Players 2021 – Chelsea Squad 2020/21

Chelsea FC Squad, Team, All Players 2020

Chelsea FC Squad, Team, All Players 2021

Here we have the full Chelsea FC Squad, Team, All Players 2021 list. We have included the squad from previous years too if you want to take a trip down memory lane. But first, we have the Chelsea FC Squad, Team, All Players 2020/21 list.

Chelsea FC 2020 Squad – First Team 2021

Chelsea FC new player in and out 2021. Here is Chelsea FC First Team Squad 2021.

Chelsea FC Squad, Team, All Players 2021

Chelsea FC current squad 2021

Here is Chelsea FC current squad 2020 and the Chelsea First Team Squad 2020

Chelsea FC Goalkeepers

  • 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga
  • 13. Willy Caballero

Chelsea FC Defenders

  • 2. Antonio Rudiger
  • 4. Andreas Christensen
  • 28. Cesar Azpilicueta
  • 24. Reece James
  • 6. Thiago Silva
  • 21. Ben Chilwell
  • 33. Emerson Palmieri
  • 14. Fikayo Tomori
  • 3. Marcos Alonso
  • 15. Kurt Zouma

Chelsea FC Squad, Team, All Players 2020/21

Chelsea FC Midfielders

  • 5. Jorginho
  • 17. Mateo Kovacic
  • 7. N’Golo Kanté
  • 8. Ross Barkley
  • 12. Ruben Loftus-Cheek
  • 10. Christian Pulisic
  • 19. Mason Mount
  • 23. Billy Gilmour
  • 22. Hakim Ziyech
  • 29. Kai Havertz

Chelsea FC Strikers

  • 20. Callum Hudson-Odoi
  • 9. Tammy Abraham
  • 11. Timo Werner
  • 18. Olivier Giroud

Chelsea FC Squad 2021 – First Team 2020/21

Chelsea FC new player in and out 2021. Here is the Chelsea FC First Team Squad 2021. Chelsea FC new player in and out 2021. We have the Chelsea FC First Team Squad 2021. Here is where you will find the full Chelsea FC Squad for the 2020/21 season. You can view other Chelsea articles here, such as viewing Chelsea’s kits for the 2021 season.

Lampard has taken over the reins at the Bridge and has now signed 6 new players already for the 2020/21 season. Werner, Havertz and Ziyech are all expected to make big inroads!

Previous seasons:

2019/20 was a good season for Chelsea. After losing Hazard, Luiz, Cahill, and getting a transfer ban, the Blues managed to get a top four finish. They played a lot of their academy stars and Mount and Abraham and James were the outstanding ones. Pulisic also showed his potential!

2018/19 season was a rather mixed season for the Blues. They finished third in the league only behind the big two of Liverpool and Manchester City. In the Carling Cup, they reached the finals and in the FA Cup they got knocked out early by Manchester United. However, their biggest win came in the Europa League where they beat Arsenal 4-1 in the final to lift the trophy.

The Blues were also introduced to a new style of football by Italian boss Maurizio Sarri. The Italian was however, not famous for his relation with the fans as he was very stubborn about his ways even in tough times. This saw Sarri feel frustrated by the Chelsea job and he left the club in search of greener pastures once Juventus came knocking.

The 2017/18 season before that under Conte was not a good one either. The Blues finished fifth in the league and missed out on Champions League football. In CL itself, they were knocked out in the round of 16 by Barcelona. In the FA Cup however, Antonio Conte broke the record he held of not winning knockout competitions by getting his hands on the FA Cup silverware.

The year before. 2016/17 was a very successful season for Chelsea FC. They reached the FA Cup final, and most importantly, won the Premier League in their first season managed by Antonio Conte. There were doubts at the beginning of the season that Conte was the right man, after losses to rivals Arsenal and Liverpool. However, after a change of formation, Conte had a very successful season and in the end, Chelsea ran out comfortable winners of the league.

Of course, 2016/17 season they had no European football after a poor 2015/16 season. This meant they had fewer games than most of their rivals and players had more recovery time between each game. In the long run, this probably helped them but this season will be different. Having qualified for the Champions League group stages, most weeks they will be playing two games per week.

Last to last season, however, Conte’s tactics completely fell apart as the manager could not lead his team to defend their title. Later the manager fell out with the board and was finally shown the door and Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri entered the scene. Though he started well with his new “Sarri Ball” tactics, the Blues failed to live up to the expectations midway through the season with Sarri being criticised for his tactical changes by fans and experts alike. Now they have their dear Frank Lampard in charge.

Frank has done a brilliant job on the team by introducing big changes to the team. He got in players like Fikayo Tomori, Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount, Chelsea youth academy graduates all of them. These players are getting a good chance now to prove themselves and they have taken their opportunities well.

In 5 matches so far, the Blues have scored 11 goals, and all 11 goals have been scored by Chelsea graduates, a record for Chelsea as only 14 of their last 427 goals until last season in the last few years had been scored by graduates.

In the face of a transfer ban, it is this attitude by Frank Lampard that has made him an even bigger fan favourite than he already was. The Blues have exciting young players up front in the likes of new American signing Christian Pulisic and Callum Hudson Odoi while old heads like Pedro and Willian are also in the mix. Tammy Abraham not only leads the Chelsea front line but also the scoring charts in the Premier League with 7 goals in 5 matches.

In midfield, Chelsea have the ever-dependable Kante and Jorginho has also improved by miles this season. They also have the new and upcoming Mason Mount who is proving to be a world beater. Finally, in defence, there has been problems so far but Chelsea will be looking forward to the return of Antonio Rudiger. In goal, the ever-dependable Kepa will want to make it big.



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