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“He motivated me when I came Chelsea, he was like a brother to me and made me a better player-Cole Palmer names the player who has helped him become a better Chelsea player

Cole Palmer identifies as the player who has improved him as a Chelsea player.

Cole Palmer discusses who at Chelsea has improved him as a player.


Cole Palmer, who spent £42 million to join Chelsea last summer, has praised Mauricio Pochettino for developing him into a better player.


Since moving from Manchester City to Chelsea, Palmer has contributed to 16 Premier League goals, including 10 goals and 6 assists.


The 21-year-old, who had trouble getting into the first squad at the Etihad Stadium and hadn’t even scored a goal in the league prior to the transfer, has made an amazing comeback.


Palmer recently provided two assists during Chelsea’s 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace on Monday night. The adaptable striker has now given Pochettino credit for the Blues’ impressive play.


“Every day, the manager assists us all,” the English athlete said to Standard Sport.


It’s basically brief discussions instructing us on what to do.


“He gives us a lot of encouragement, and the manager deserves praise for keeping us together. Right from the beginning, he has been incredible with me.


“Yes, I’m enjoying it. When I first came in, he just put his arm around me and gave me the freedom and confidence to go out there and play.”


Palmer went on to say of Chelsea’s recent performance, “We do have meetings and he [Pochettino] believes in us.”


“We have confidence in ourselves, but if you’re not feeling well, people will talk.” All we have to do is attempt to ignore it and concentrate on ourselves.


You understand the nature of football fans, there’s a lot of chatter, and for good reason. Being a large club, Chelsea has a lengthy history of success. They will turn the tables on us if we don’t show results. However, I believe you have seen from the last two games that we are making an effort to remain a cohesive squad and to continue growing as a unit.






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