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SPORTS: TOMORI WINS THE PRAISE OF CHELSEA COACH


Chelsea coach, Frank Lampard, has praised the performance of Fikayo Tomori in their game against Wolverhampton on Saturday.

The Blues smashed Wolves with five goals to two at Wolves' home ground. Tomori scored the first goal before Tammy Abraham went on to scored a hat trick.

Frank Lampard spoke well of his, Tomori, who is still eligible to play for Nigeria, England, and Canada, for his goal...




"I know he’s comfortable doing that from having him last year. I didn’t know he could stick it in the top corner. That was a surprise I am very happy with. At the start of last season, he was already a good young player, but the confidence in him and the personality on the pitch is a great story from seeing it first-hand. I know he can step in because he has pace, he has recovery pace, he defended really well as well. I’m delighted for what today can hopefully do for him."

He also had this to say to the young players.


"If they keep playing with the same attitude and training every day as they have trained as young players then they are going to have fantastic careers, all of them. But they must sustain that. They should aspire and feel the opportunity is there if they deserve it, and they should see their team-mates doing really well and want to get in there. They are there because they deserve it. It’s important we also respect the experienced players who have played a huge part. Willian was fantastic today, absolutely brilliant."

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The coach went on to say that although the young players are doing a good job now, they cannot be relied upon if the club is going to make it this season.

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