When Frank Lampard was being interviewed after the Rennes victory last night and was questioned on the criticism of Mason Mount once again, I could see just where it was going.
Chelsea made a whole host of new signings this summer after a very successful transfer window.
Chelsea kick off against Rennes in the Champions League in under two hours from the time of writing.
Chelsea are all but just a couple of hours away from taking on Rennes in the Champions League as I type.
Ben Chilwell is a player that brings the vibe to the training ground.
Yesterday you would have spotted a lovely Mason Mount mural painted outside Stamford Bridge circulating online.
It is certainly becoming quite hard to ignore the fact that as it stands, Chelsea can certainly be classed as being in the Premier League title race.
Chelsea return to Champions League action tonight facing up against Rennes over in France.
The story of online criticism of Mason Mount is becoming far too repetitive.
BREAKING NEWS! According to The Daily Mail, Football stadiums will be allowed to re-open from December 2 with 4,000 fans allowed in Tier 1 areas and 2,000 in Tier 2 areas.
Chelsea are back in Champions League action tomorrow night against Rennes.
The latest round of Premier League matches are over and the focus immediately turns to Champions League football for Chelsea.
Chelsea were experiencing some real defensive problems last season, something that they have not been overly used to in recent times.
Chelsea currently have five centre backs in their first team squad, and all five of them would class themselves as regular starters but only two of them really are right now.
Premier League football returned with a bang at the weekend, with some great games on show for the fans.
Ok, we can all relax and enjoy our Friday evenings in peace now, Timo Werner DID train today.
Chelsea are heading north to face Newcastle United in the early Premier League kick off tomorrow lunch time, and Frank Lampard will be holding his breath on some last minute inclusions.
The international break came at a time when Chelsea probably would have preferred to have kept playing, despite the hectic schedule.
There is a situation brewing up in modern football that is rightfully gaining a lot of traction and Premier League managers are starting to give their views.
It was always going to be an impossible issue for Frank Lampard to keep every single one of his players entirely happy this season.