- Wed Oct 18 6:48 PM
Bottom club's record buy aims to face Tottenham on November 5 having been out three weeks with ligament problem
- Tue Oct 17 4:50 AM
is set to be sidelined for at least a month with the hamstring injury he picked up during Chelsea’s defeat by Crystal Palace at the weekend, according to reports in the British media. The Sun is reporting that the Nigeria international is set for a significant spell on the sidelines...
- Mon Oct 16 12:27 PM
Moses became the third Chelsea player in just two weeks to suffer a hamstring injury when he hobbled off during their 2-1 loss at Crystal Palace, following Alvaro Morata and N’Golo Kante.
London Evening Standard
- Mon Oct 16 12:19 PM
Wilfried Zaha will put in extra hours on the training ground this week in a bid to get back up to full fitness after his match-winning return.
- Sun Oct 15 2:02 AM
The Belgian striker is a direct replacement for the injured Alvaro Morata, with David Luiz
also back in the starting XI having served a suspension
- Sat Oct 14 6:22 PM
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte describes the injury situation at the club as an "emergency" after his side's 2-1 Premier League defeat to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
- Sat Oct 14 3:57 PM
Another blow for Antonio Conte.
- Sat Oct 14 4:32 AM
The 24-year-old has recovered from an ankle injury and the Eagles gaffer has said he is likely play a part against the Blues at Selhurst Park
|The campaign that has been mounted against Wilf is having an influence and that is sad if it is the case,
said Hodgson. I think he is a player who stays on his feet more than most.
This year he has added goals to his game, but we need to start chipping in with others or we will rely on him too much,
Hodgson told Sky Sports .
At the moment, we still consider him to be our best option in that position,
Hodgson said. It depends what your options are, doesn't it? Had we had other options, maybe we might have considered those.
I don't quite know what I can do about it until such time as we play a game without Wilf and win,
Hodgson said after the game.