“Poch” urges Palmer to absorb the impact before dueling with his old team.

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Mauricio Pochettino, head coach of Chelsea said in a press conference before meeting Manchester City (April 20). The semi-finals of the English FA Cup, that Cole Palmer is a talented player. You have to carry a lot of expectations and pressure. It is considered a test of authenticity.

Palmer is the signing of the season for the Blues, having moved from City for 42.5 million pounds, scoring 20 goals in the league, leading the joint top scorer. and carried the team to the semi-finals of England’s oldest cup. It’s like luck meeting the old team. UFABET 

Asking the Argentinian coach’s heart, he doesn’t think the 21-year-old will be able to get on board quickly. But when you’re in the spotlight, you have to deal with it when the important match comes.

Pochettino said. 

“Cole Palmer’s performance exceeded all expectations in a good way.”

“That guy is consistent even though he’s still young. But we must also pay attention. Because children still need to upgrade and develop their performance. Of course, what he expressed went further than we first expected.” 

“Cole has played against Manchester City twice this season in the league. He talks about his former agency. and Manager Josep Guardiola in high regard. He is perfectly aware that he still needs to prove himself at his new club.” 

“The past has come and gone. Because the child is very grateful to Manchester City and Pep.”  

“From now on, he needs to manage what is required. Especially personal life.” 

“You are the team’s top scorer. He must be resolute. Because it will influence performance. How do you prepare yourself before competing. What food do you eat, how well do you sleep, do you rest or recover? ”

“When a young boy grows up to be a star, If he doesn’t play for a few months, maybe someone will ask me what happened?”  

“From now on, he needs to learn from direct experience. It will be completely different from the past.” 

The England international played 41 matches for Chelsea in all competitions. Scoring 25 goals and providing 13 assists in his first year at the Bridge.