Article published on 2014-01-25 by ChelseaStats in Stats of the Day.
As Salomon Kalou and fellow Ivorian Didier Drogba have now left Chelsea and with Didier being arguably the best footballing export from Africa here is a list of every African to have played for Chelsea. As of January 2014 the table was updated to include Victor Moses, and new signings Bertrand Traore, Samuel Eto’o and […]
With no more league action until the 20th of October, as focus turns to those on international duty and the farcical FA it seems like a good opportunity to take a statistical look back over the Champions League final in May. Chelsea, of course, beat Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalties to become the first club, […]
Article published on 2012-09-13 by ChelseaStats in Stats of the Day.
Last time Chelsea faced QPR, Fernando Torres scored his first hat-trick for Chelsea, and as the Blues travel to Loftus Road this weekend it seems appropriate to look at our last 10 hat-trick scorers. Frank Lampard is unique in the fact he has scored 4 goals in a game twice in 2008 and 2010. Lampard has scored […]
Whoscored.com recently published a free transfers 11, selecting a starting line-up players who have all been released by their Premier League clubs this summer, Formerblue Jose Bosingwa made their list at right back: At only 29 years old, Jose Bosingwa still has a good few years left in him, and having been released by Chelsea, […]
Salomon Kalou played the full match in the victory over Stoke City to mark his 150th premier league appearance. The Ivorian, who also holds the record for the most substitute appearances for the club, made 5 chances during the game and completed 36 of his 42 attempted passes.
Salomon Kalou made his 200th appearance in a Chelsea shirt versus Birmingham City, in those 200 games he has scored 48 goals (0.24 goals per game).
Salomon Kalou has now scored 9 goals in 9 league games after scoring the second in Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Wolves on the 23rd October 2010.
Salomon Kalou has scored eight goals in his last eight Premier League appearances (100%), despite starting just five of those matches.
John Terry, Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole and Joe Cole (unattached) join Nicolas Anelka, Florent Malouda, Branislav Ivanovic, Salomon Kalou and Didier Drogba and others on their exit from the World Cup. In fact only Miroslav Stoch (now of fenerbache) and the Portuguese contingent remain in the World Cup for Chelsea this year. Didier Drogba, Salomon […]
Salomon Kalou scored 12 goals in all competitions in the 2009-10 campaign, his best season to date, Kalou was also Chelsea’s top score in the League Cup with 3 goals.
As the last group games begin today… Nicholas Anelka was the first Chelsea representative to arrive home from the World Cup. Although France are not out of the competition just yet, Anelka has announced he will be retiring from international football after playing in his first World Cup on the back of a fall out […]