England's Abraham, Sancho 'flout' virus rules at party
Chelsea's Tammy Abraham has apologised after footage emerged of him attending a party with England teammates Ben Chilwell and Jadon Sancho in an apparent breach of national coronavirus rules.
Lampard warns Abraham after Chelsea crush Palace
Frank Lampard warned Tammy Abraham to respect the "rules" after the Chelsea striker argued with Cesar Azpilicueta over who should take a penalty in Saturday's 4-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace.
Chelsea face uncertainty over Abraham injury
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has revealed the club "are not clear" on how long Tammy Abraham will be out of action following a recurrence of the England striker's ankle injury.
Chelsea's problems laid bare by Bayern humbling
Frank Lampard faces the first major test of his nascent managerial career after Chelsea were given a chastening Champions League lesson by Bayern Munich.
Chelsea needs a striker as Tammy Abraham is injured
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard repeated his wish to bring in a new striker after Tammy Abraham limped off with an ankle injury against Arsenal.
Lampard says Chelsea have striking options if Abraham ruled out
Frank Lampard says Chelsea can cope without leading scorer Tammy Abraham after the England striker suffered an ankle injury scare in Tuesday's 2-2 draw with 10-man Arsenal.
Relying on Abraham always for goals won’t help us, Lampard advises
Chelsea head coach, Frank Lampard, said the Blues cannot rely on striker, Tammy Abraham, after their shock 1-0 Premier League loss away to Newcastle United.Isaac Hayden snatched a last-gasp winner as Chelsea failed to make their dominance count in a dramatic defeat to Newcastle...
Chelsea will bring 'beautiful football' to Stamford Bridge, says Abraham
Tammy Abraham insists Chelsea will play "beautiful football" at Stamford Bridge for the rest of the season after finally ending their frustrating run on home turf.
Arteta rocked as Chelsea sink Arsenal with late fightback
Chelsea ruined Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta's home debut as Tammy Abraham's late strike sealed a dramatic 2-1 win after Bernd Leno's horrific blunder turned the tide in a thrilling London derby on Sunday.