A poor September

More fixture changes with the announcement from both SKY and BT, with regards our October and November games too now. Lets hope our results and performances improve big time on September’s game. Losing the way we did yesterday to Arsenal with truly awful. Conte need to look at his selection and formation potentially before this season goes the same way of last season.


Our only win of the month away to Leicester

After a flying start to the season and the opening month of August we started September with a draw away to a poor Swansea side. I know we have lost to Swansea in previous campaigns, but this is by far the worst side they’ve had in the Premier League, so even a draw was a bad result.

Liverpool at home we just never got going from the beginning and with their high pressing and tempo, they took full advantage. Being 2-0 down by half-time was not good and although we tried in the second half, the game was gone. Even with Liverpool’s sometimes dodgy defense.

The Leicester game was a strange and very open which could of easily had more goals, thankfully it didn’t and we got the away win against last years champions. I’m not mentioning Saturday’s game as I don’t think I’ve recovered as yet. Let’s just hope things can improve and we can get some stability ready for all of the following fixtures:

Saturday 1st October
Hull City away at 15:00hrs

Sunday 16th October
Leicester City at home at 13:30hrs on Sky Sports

Sunday 23rd October
Man United at home at 1600hrs on Sky Sports

Sunday 30th October
Southampton away at 16:00hrs on Sky Sports

Saturday 5th November
Everton at home at 17:30hrs on BT Sport

Sunday 20th November
Middlesbrough away at 16:00hrs on Sky Sports

Saturday 26th November
Spurs at home at 17:30hrs on BT Sport

Cheers from Chelsea Tuesday @CFCbetting

Updated: November 14, 2016 — 3:27 pm

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