At Old Trafford on Thursday night~, the west Londoners were soundly defeated, marking the 16th time this season that they have been defeated in the Premier League. Since his return to Stamford Bridge, Frank Lampard has already suffered defeat in eight of the ten games he has participated in. As a result, Chelsea is currently in 12th place heading into the final weekend of the season.
During a year that has been full of upheaval both on and off the pitch, the Blues have gone through four different managers while also shelling out a total of 600 million pounds to acquire new players. However, one Chelsea player has had a phenomenal season, and that player is Colwill, who is about to finish off his loan stint with Brighton after being an integral part of the Seagulls’ push for a spot in the Europa League.
Since Roberto De Zerbi took over as manager at the Amex Stadium, the twenty-year-old has been playing a significant role in the team’s lineup. talkSPORT has it on good authority that Chelsea considers the defender to be one of the most important players for the club given his recent stellar showing. As a result of a message that he made on social media after Chelsea’s embarrassing loss, Colwill runs the risk of offending fans of the team.
In an interview with The Athletic, he stated, “Brighton have done a lot for me.” They trusted me when others didn’t, and I’m the kind of guy who relishes the opportunity to repay that trust. We’ll see. “I have no idea what is going to take place (at Chelsea).” When asked about the possibility of another loan agreement, he responded, “Who knows, we’ll see what happens in the summer.” “I adore the Brighton faithful, and I adore everything else about the club as well,” he said. I’m going to have to think about that.”
During the game, a prominent Brighton supporter sent him a tweet that read, “Hey mate, how’s your evening going?” After the final whistle, he answered with a picture of himself and his teammate Billy Gilmour, who had moved to Brighton from Chelsea the previous summer. Both of them were beaming with happiness. Colwill captioned the picture with the word “Brilliant,” showing four fingers raised and smiling broadly. This comes after the young player lauded Brighton for having faith in him when other clubs had not.
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