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Graham Potter shows way to Christian Pulisic

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Christian Pulisic’s first team was commented on by Graham Potter, and he says he will only be commenting and judging players from his own experience.

Players who were adjoined with Chelsea’s first team will be able to leave a mark for Potter. The new coach faces his very first league match in charge at Crystal Palace this Saturday, before the game he was also questioned about the American forward player.

Potter replied, “Some players usually go through a time when they don’t get the game time they deserve for any reason that we say, however, it’s like a part of our job to go through such instances. It is a part of signing that we do for big games like the Premier League. It is not straightforward to be a regular other than unique to stay in the top tier of 4 teams.”

Graham Potter shows way to Christian Pulisic

“I can probably talk about him, he’s a very sophisticated guy with intelligence and always positive and most importantly he knows how to express himself. I’m not going to judge anybody for what happened in the past. I will be making my own mind up and will let the game decide.”

There are many speculations when it comes to Pulisic in the last couple of weeks. He was burdened with a summer move away but he was not materialized however, lucky for him. Tuchel was relieved of his duty in the month of September first week and that opened the doors for him to impress his new manager.

Not cribbing about the game time that he had at the end of Tuchel’s time when he was in charge, this could even be possible that Potter may push him into the starting XI. There’s going to be a certainty for more possibilities, as Chelsea has a hectic schedule between now and the break for the World Cup that we are seeing.

For more of the football news and latest updates, keep watching this space.

Salman Shaikh
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