All posts tagged with: Nathaniel Chalobah

Premier League Season Preview 2018-19

Manchester City dominated the Premier League last season; their route to a third title in seven years being a mere procession. Elsewhere, Liverpool thrilled the neutrals, Arsene Wenger bowed out at Arsenal, Huddersfield and Brighton survived their first campaigns at this level in the modern era while Burnley attained European football. What’s in store for… Read more →

Watford Season Preview: ambition at Vicarage Road

Watford finished 17th last season with 40 points, five fewer than the previous year. There appears to be a mainstream viewpoint from non-Hornets that the club’s fans and owners should by definition be happy with mere survival. Supporter Bradley Hayden, from superb Golden Boys site The Watford Blog, challenges that assumption and discusses why change was… Read more →

Why Chelsea need Fabregas

Chelsea’s sixth English league title is drawing ever closer. They will likely win it with the same starting eleven that has played virtually every game since September, including a midfield double-pivot of N’Golo Kante and Nemanja Matic. If Chelsea’s previous two seasons have taught them anything however, it is that tactical consistency can only bring success for… Read more →

Burnley Season Preview: signings needed

Burnley won the Championship title last season, but optimism gained from that 23 game unbeaten run has not quite sustained itself throughout the summer. With Joey Barton departing for Rangers and no high-profile additions, Burnley’s current squad has arguably been weakened. Do they have enough to beat the drop? The Football Lab gets the views of… Read more →