Chelsea striker to be selected for U21 match after extended period on the sidelines

Chelsea are finally starting to get some of their injured players back in training and soon back out on the pitch.

Things are looking up after another torrid times of injuries to key players and whilst some of them are still sidelined for some time, there is some good news on a few of them coming back, in particular striker Armando Broja.

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Chelsea have been seriously lacking firepower up top and players to put the ball in the net, and we all know that an in form Broja can be that guy.

But we also must allow plenty of patience when he returns because he has just had a very bad injury and been out for a significant amount of time. It will take time for him to bed back in and find his confidence and form.

Some U21 games will go a long way in helping that, and this is the plan for him according to The Daily Mail.

They say Chelsea hope Armando Broja will take a big step towards full fitness by playing for their under-21s in the next week.

Chelsea have games against Luton, Manchester City and Northampton Town over the next seven days and Broja is expected to feature in at least one of the games.

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  1. Do we really “know” that Broja can “be that guy?” I don’t actually think we do. I mean, it would be splendid if he was, but I actually think Jackson shows more upside potential than anything we’ve seen from Broja.

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