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Before Manchester City’s Premier League matchup with Cole Palmer’s current team, Chelsea, the midfielder was beaming upon his homecoming.


Palmer, 21, attended City for more than ten years after graduating from the academy before moving to Chelsea during the summer transfer window. Since joining the Blues instead of City, he has been an absolute revelation, scoring 14 goals and dishing out nine assists in 31 games for Mauricio Pochettino’s squad.


Palmer was welcomed by many of his former teammates in the tunnel as he played for Chelsea from the outset in Saturday night’s tantalising contest between the Londoners and the Premier League champions.


Palmer shook hands with a number of City players, including Kyle Walker, Rodri, and Erling Haaland. Palmer was more than delighted to engage in such conversation. However, several Premier League players have come under fire for taking similar stands.


The most vocal commentator on player interactions prior to games in the league has probably been Sky Sports analyst Roy Keane. During his playing career, the former captain of Manchester United was an intense competitor who caused numerous huge escapades in important games.


Naturally, he was not impressed when, prior to Manchester United’s match against Arsenal, he witnessed Andre Onana and Aaron Ramsdale sharing an embrace in the tunnel in September.

At the time, Keane, a Sky Sports analyst, lamented how players behave so differently these days, stating, “You were going to war, you were going to battle.” That was the main focus.




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