Cole Farmer, who hit Pochettino with a water bottle, apologized to Pochettino.토스카지노 주소
“Cole Palmer has apologized to Mauricio Pochettino after throwing a bottle at him during Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal at Stamford Bridge,” British media outlet Goal.com reported on Thursday.
Palmer is a left-footed second choice who can play as an attacking midfielder and winger. Palmer plays clean and concise and has good feet, which allows him to dribble past opponents. He also has a wide range of vision, which allows him to get into the attack quickly, and he often scores with his trademark left-footed shot.
He has been with City since 2009 and made his debut in the 2020/21 season, starting in the Carabao Cup round of 16 against Burnley. He didn’t play much in the 2021/22 season due to injury, but he impressed the fans with his performances before the injury. Last season, he made 25 appearances, albeit mostly as a substitute, and scored one goal and one assist, leaving much to be desired in terms of attacking points.
This summer’s transfer window saw a lot of interest in him, with Dortmund, Burnley, Leicester City, Brighton, and many others all chasing him. With City losing Mahrez but gaining Jeremy Dockoo, there was no place for Palmer, so he needed a move to a team where he could play.
Reports, starting with a report from Ben Jacobs on August 30 and later confirmed by Chelsea insiders such as Matt Law, suggested that Chelsea FC were after Palmer, and Romano later said that talks were ready to begin and that Chelsea now considered Palmer to be their first option over other strikers.
In the end, the 21-year-old midfielder’s move to Chelsea was agreed, with the Blues paying a transfer fee of £42.5 million for a player who has played a total of 10 minutes in the Premier League this season.
Palmer quickly settled in at Chelsea. Coming off the bench against Nottingham Forest on Sept. 3, he was the kind of playmaker Chelsea needed, piquing Pochettino’s interest, and he’s been on the bench ever since.
He started the League Cup game against Brighton on September 28th and picked up an assist, then followed that up with starts against Fulham and Burnley, scoring his Chelsea debut against Burnley and adding another goal from the PK against Arsenal. He now has two goals and one assist in seven games.
Palmer was holding a drink at the time of Trosar’s equalizer against Arsenal, and in the process of throwing it away, he accidentally hit Pochettino with the bottle.
Palmer immediately apologized to the manager, but while speaking about the incident on Chelsea’s official website, he joked that it could cost him his place in the team. “I was drinking water when Arsenal scored the equalizer,” he said.
“I went to throw the bottle away like everyone else, but I didn’t look at it. The bottle spun very slowly and Pochettino was right. I told him after the game that I was sorry and apologized properly. I just hope he doesn’t abandon me for that!” he added.
On his relationship with Pochettino, Palmer said: “We are getting on well. I try to show what I can do in training every day. Pochettino puts a lot of faith in us, so we try to repay him by working hard.”
Chelsea prepare to face Brentford at home on Aug. 28, and Palmer’s performance against Arsenal could help him secure his place in Pochettino’s lineup.