While the bad luck of the Pensioners is no more news to the footballing world, their recent ‘luck’ in the last two matches also seems not to be new. But recent reports oozing out of Cobham (baring the recent purple patch), seem not too good to the dressing-room morale.
The Chelsea boys are reportedly not too happy with the manager’s selections of late regarding his decisions on an academy graduate. Kick-off in particular and final whistle in general have recently been in the absence of an indispensable midfield boss - Mason Mount.
Graham Potter has been leaving him out of his team for recent matches, and the sentiment with some of the players is the belief that the one-time Brighton boss is making a huge mistake, despite Mount not being in his best form, believing he is choosing to drop Mount, because of his quiet nature.
Mount, much more reserved than louder players like Hakim Ziyech, who whine about not getting enough playing time, will likely leave the Bridge according to reports, as he has not agreed to a new contract. Potter is also under fire for barely playing big-money winter signing, Mudryk.
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