The Chelsea News Team

CBS journalist who has covered multiple World Cups, Olympic Games, Grand Slams and Majors and interview the likes of Lionel Messi, Usain Bolt, Roger Federer and Tiger Woods.

Eetu Ikola is a FInnish sport writer who has written for about the Premier League Valioliiga in his native country, and for Chelsea News since 2016.

A keen footballer in his spare time, he's likes nothing more than overlapping down the right for his club side in Helsinki.

He has supported Chelsea since 2009, and still hopes they will one day sign a Finn.

Frank Leboeuf won the 1998 FIFA World Cup and 2000 European Championship with France as well as a number of domestic trophies, most famously during his five years at Chelsea. He is a pundit for ESPN and a columnist for Si Phillips Talks Chelsea and Chelsea News.

Jamie is a recent Journalism graduate from Coventry University and delivers cutting edge coverage of the greatest club on the planet to millions of fans worldwide. He had Asier del Horno on the back of his shirt in 2005 - says it all, really.

Thierry Nyann is a TV broadcaster and journalist from Ghana.

He has supported the Blues for many years, and especially loved legends from his home country.

Super Frank is a football mad journalist from Surrey who comes from a family of True Blues and has been going to the Bridge since Ken Bates was still the man in charge.

Now he has his dream job - writing about the club all day every day for Chelsea News! He tries his best to keep you all up to date with the latest events and opinions on the club, 24/7.

His favourite player? Didier Drogba, of course.

Will Faulks is a football writer based in Madrid. He grew up walking distance from Stamford Bridge and loved Chelsea since Di Matteo in the '97 cup final.

After reading English at University he has worked covering football at newspapers, for sites Chelsea News and TalkChelsea, and at the 2018 World Cup in Russia for CaughtOffside.

He also features regularly on LoveSport radio discussing both Chelsea and Spanish football; and on Real Madrid TV's English channel.

His favourite player was Gianfranco Zola, after whom he once named a cat.