Young Chelsea stars can help club get rid of bad image.
It is fair to say that in recent months, Chelsea’s image has been damaged by all the bad publicity it has been getting, but that can all be blow away if we just continue to play our football and let the young talent strut their stuff in a blues.
Every blues fan is sick of hearing everybody talking smack about their club and just want to enjoy watching the exciting football their team is playing and look ahead to the future.
The likes of Thaibut Courtois, David Luiz, Ryan Bertrand, Oscar, Eden Hazard, Juan Mata and Victor Moses have all got great futures ahead of them and they could eventually bring the spotlight away from all the things off the pitch and bring it to where it really matters, on the field.
They are all brilliant talents and all have the kind of ability that will bring more success to the club.
Yes Courtois hasn’t played for the blues yet, but he is number one at Atletico Madrid and is already a Europa League winner, so when he returns next season he will pose a tough challenge for the brilliant Petr Cech.
David Luiz is having a tough time of it at the moment, but can anybody doubt his quality? He needs to improve in a few areas, but the Brazilian has bags of ability and the same can be said about Ryan Bertrand, who will eventually become the clubs number one left-back.
I don’t need to say anything about Oscar, Eden hazard and Juan Mata because we have all seen just what they can do, and what they are capable of. But there is so much more to come from them.
Young Victor Moses has shown us what he is also capable of in recent weeks and I’m sure he will get more of a chance if boss Roberto di Matteo decides to rotate. But I have enjoyed watching him play and believe he will be part of the big picture in the future.
Chelsea’s image is not great right now and it is not good for the club, but as I have stated, these bunch of stars will help to repair the damage done by what has been done in the past and give Chelsea the image that really matters, its success and its football.