It has been a week and a bit to forget for Chelsea, as having started the season brightly under new manager Antonio Conte, the Blues have now failed to win in consecutive games.
A hard fought 2-2 draw – in which it must be said the Blues can feel somewhat hard done by at Swansea was followed by a humbling defeat to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, who walked away from Stamford Bridge with all 3 points.
In an attempt to re-find their form, the 2015 Champions take on last year’s surprise winners Leicester City tonight at the King Power in the League Cup.
While it certainly isn’t panic stations yet, the Chelsea faithful can’t help but flashback to the horror show which was the beginning of last season, where as defending Premier League Champions they found themselves in a relegation dog fight they didn’t want to be in.
The club finished 10th in their worst ever Premier League finish.
Too early to really start worrying, but no problem in commenting, as have done many a Chelsea fan in the wonderful world of Twitter. Here are 9 we think you’ll agree with ..
Thierry Henry: "I would bench Ozil for Fabregas."
— iChelseaTweets (@iChelseaTweets) September 20, 2016
Courtois saying he could leave Chelsea after being awful for 18 months. He can his take his giraffe self out of the club, I wouldn't mind.
— Dami (@TheChelseaWay) September 20, 2016
Say what you want about Diego Costa, he’s always entertaining… pic.twitter.com/u8D7wbhB4U
— JOE.co.uk (@JOE_co_uk) September 16, 2016
— iChelseaTweets (@iChelseaTweets) September 13, 2016
Antonio Conte has revealed #Chelsea have been frustrated this week at having to watch the Champions League on television. [Mirror]
— Chelsea HQ (@Chelsea_HQ) September 15, 2016
Meanwhile, David Luiz is like that child you send abroad for studies & instead, he returns with his Demo CD. No certificate.
— Kingslee. (@Kingslee__) September 16, 2016
When David Luiz goes on a 60 yard run pic.twitter.com/9AzjUM9q9r
— Ben (@CriminalCosta) September 15, 2016
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