Melbourne Victory Suffering from Self Isolation in New Zealand

Melbourne Victory have expressed their anger and confusion at the way they have been asked to self-isolate in New Zealand. Victory recently stepped on to the New Zealand soil for the game against Wellington Phoenix. The game ended in more disappointment for Victory, who suffered a 3-0 defeat. This was the second consecutive loss for Victory, who had lost 4-1 against Sydney a week ago. There was no response from Victory against Wellington Phoenix, who scored three goals through Ulises Davila, Gary Hooper, and David Ball. This was the second time in the last nine games in which Victory have conceded three or more goals.

Lampard says he could have loaned out Mount and Tomori

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has revealed that Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori could have pursued temporary deals away from the club, had there not been a transfer ban. The west London side were handed with a two-window transfer embargo during the backend of last season and that meant that they could not spend on new players last summer.

Ashley Cole recommends Chelsea to sign Ben Chilwell from Leicester City

Chelsea legend Ashley Cole has advised his former club to look into a deal for Ben Chilwell from Leicester City next month. The Blues have stuttered in the Premier League since returning from the international break last month and they are currently holding a slender three-point advantage over Tottenham Hotspur in the race for the final Champions League spot.

Ashley Cole Praises Harry Kane’s Brilliance after Hat-Trick

Ashley Cole has come out with lavish praise of Tottenham striker Harry Kane after the forward came up with a brilliant hat-trick in the 7-0 victory over Montenegro. England came into the game with hopes of qualification to Euro 2020 style. The team already had a sizable advantage over Czech Republic in the group A and this has only extended after this big win.

Alan Smith Compares Kieran Tierney with Ashley Cole

Former Arsenal forward Alan Smith claims that the Kieran Tierney can become the new Ashley Cole considering the impact that the former Celtic defender has made in the first few months at Arsenal.Tierney became the value purchase in the summer after making the switch to North London for just £ 25 million. This is a very low transfer fee compared with the insane money demanded by young English players in order to join a top team like Arsenal. Tierney was unable to feature in the first games for Arsenal, but he has made a remarkable impact since finding its feet.

Christian Pulisic expecting good things with Chelsea this season

Chelsea midfielder Christian Pulisic is expecting good things with Chelsea this season despite the Blues starting the season on a disappointing note. The west London giants have begun their campaign with defeats against Manchester United and Liverpool but their performances were contrasting in both of those games.

Cole backs Mount to make the breakthrough with Chelsea

Former Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole has backed Mason Mount to make the breakthrough with Chelsea this term after taking the chance to impress during the pre-season campaign. The England youth international has spent the past two seasons on loan with Vitesse and Derby County respectively and he has now been rewarded with a first-team spot ahead of the 2019/2020 season.

Speaking to TalkSPORT, Cole described Mount as a top player and stated that the midfielder will have a part to play for the Blues in the upcoming season, he said: “Mason Mount is a top player. He’s produced the goods on loan in Holland [with Vitesse] and in England [with Derby]. Every challenge he’s had he’s met. For me that’s a sign that a player is going to go places. Every time a question is asked of him, he performs. You’ve got to take your chance if you’re a young lad. It might be five or ten minutes, that’s the nature of the beast. “You get the feeling if Mason gets the nod he will produce.”

Christian Pulisic expecting good things with Chelsea this season

Chelsea midfielder Christian Pulisic is expecting good things with Chelsea this season despite the Blues starting the season on a disappointing note. The west London giants have begun their campaign with defeats against Manchester United and Liverpool but their performances were contrasting in both of those games.

The Blues suffered a disappointing 4-0 loss to United in the Premier League opener but they managed to make up for the same with a strong performance against Liverpool in the European Super Cup. Frank Lampard’s side played out a 2-2 draw against the Reds up to added extra-time but they could not pull off the victory after suffering a penalty shoot-out loss.

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