Welcome to my fourth FIFA 12 player ratings review article. So far, I've reviewed Tottenham Hotspur, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, and plan to review Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Manchester United if time permits later this week.
Historically, Chelsea have always been one of the strongest teams in the EA Sports FIFA games. Guys like Frank Lampard, Michael Essien, Didier Drogba, John Terry, etc, have boasted big ratings for years now and have made Chelsea one of the toughest teams to play against on FIFA.
But as the big-name players have grown older, their form has dropped and Chelsea as a whole is now seen as a team in transition, trying to ween itself off its reliance on its "golden oldies" and shift more of its reliance on its younger generation of players, like Daniel Sturridge, Fernando Torres, Juan Mata, etc.
So what effect has this transition had on the Chelsea's individual player ratings?
Let's find out.
Note: Players rated below 70 are excluded.