Callum Hudson-Odoi was unlucky to be chosen by England team
Callum Hudson-Odo has been told he could be classified as unlucky because he was not selected as England's senior team for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Poland.Instead, the Blues winger was accepted into the U21 group for the group stage of the European Under-21 Championship,but manager Aidy Boothroyd praised the 20-year-old's attitude and dedication after returning to his youth.
Not only that,one or two players on our standby list for this team could be considered unhappy.That's good for me because the quality of the players is very high,he said.But it's all part of sport and life.You get a chance, you take advantage,things don't go well,you step back, you have to get on the bike and go again.
Callum definitely did,we hope Mason does that and everyone who gets into the senior team and comes back to us.We have the exact same expectations as mature teams and all tracks.We want you to be the best you can be and dealing with frustration is part of that.
Jose Mourinho's prediction for Eden Hazard turned out to be correct.
Jose Mourinho seemed to have predicted Eden Hazard's injury problems when the current Spurs boss was in the Stamford Bridge.The former Blues winger has sustained a number of injuries after replacing Chelsea with Real Madrid in 2019,despite his near-perfect fitness record in seven years in London.Back in 2015,Mourinho lamented the lack of protection Hazard received in the Premier League,suggesting that untested harsh treatment will have a long-term effect on players.
I think game by game he was punished by the opponent and not protected by the referee," he said at the time.Maybe one day we won't have Eden Hazard.
The Blues face a spur battle for the Juventus star
Chelsea could be the market for Juventus striker Paulo Dybala this summer as Thomas Tuchel looks to strengthen his front line.
The France Football report said the blues would be prepared to pay around £50 million for the Argentine striker linked with a Turin move,according to Sport Witness.
The report claims that Juventus want to make money from the player while aiming to restore their team.Dybala, 27,is out of contract in 2022,but the Blues are reportedly in competition with rivals Tottenham for the contract.
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