Journalist: Chelsea player so raw you feel like you’ve contracted E. coli just watching him

As far as opinions and conclusions on players go, this one on a Chelsea player today is up there with the most random I’ve ever heard but really, it’s a funny bur accurate assessment!

Chelsea drew 2-2 with Aston Villa in the Premier League last night and they would have felt unlucky not to have walked away with all three points.

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Manager Mauricio Pochettino didn’t have many players to pick from with more injuries causing problems leading up to the game, as they have been all season. So really, the starting line up would have pretty much picked itself in the end with the only available senior players.

Mykhailo Mudryk started the game as he has been anyway in a few games, but the run of minutes has not seemed to help him with his confidence or football intelligence, and he was the one player being criticised the most after this game as the underperformer of the day.

Journalist George Simms believes Mudryk needs to be ‘ejected’ from this Chelsea team in his article for inews this morning.

‘Another player in dire need of an ejection plan is Mykhailo Mudryk,’ Simms wrote. ‘As has been and will be said a million times, he’s undoubtedly talented, but he’s so raw you can feel like you’ve contracted E. coli just watching him.

‘Mudryk might eventually be a perfectly good footballer, but it won’t be at Chelsea. On a night loanee Omari Hutchinson scored two exceptional goals for Ipswich, you could see the path Mudryk should be taking, but his price tag simply wouldn’t allow it.

‘Admitting a £62m player needs a loan spell lower down the table, or even in the Championship, would dent too many important people’s pride to ever be feasible.’

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