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Chelsea's Squad Review - Who Stays and Who Goes in Attack

Tuesday 10th July 2018

When Antonio Conte came to Chelsea in 2016, he brought with him a playing style that had not been used in the Premier League for quite some time. The three-in-the-back formation helped him bring success to Juventus and served Chelsea Football Club well in his first term.

One of the key components of the system is how wing-backs provide additional support to the forwards, thereby overwhelming opposition defences. An 85-goal haul in his first season testified to the fact. However, in 2017/18 season, that number dropped to 62 goals. 

In this part of Chelsea’s Squad Review, we take a look at the performance of their forwards. There are some rumours surrounding transfers from the forward line, so we’ll take a look at them as well.

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Sayantan Dasgupta

Sayantan is a professional writer and freelance sports journalist writing for ItsRoundandItsWhite.co.uk, RealSports101, Sportskeeda and Open Veins of Football. He loves covering the Premier League and the Indian Super League and follows Manchester United and ATK (ISL).

He appreciates pragmatic football and unlike most, understands that the football's beauty lies not only in attack, but the balance between defense and attack. However, he does not forget the love, the flair, and drama of football. When not engulfed in the Premier League or the ISL, he loves to watch Italian Serie A and La Liga.


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