Former Chelsea player “I’m not worried” and optimistic of defeating Chelsea tonight

Former Chelsea player "I'm not worried" and optimistic of defeating Chelsea tonight

Former Chelsea player “I’m not worried” and optimistic of defeating Chelsea tonight.

“I know people have watched the Milan games, but going back to Stamford Bridge where it all kind of started, it’s another chance for me to meet familiar faces and to show how I’ve evolved,” he said.

“The year 2030 was challenging, and not just for me; everyone found it challenging because of COVID, of course. I was desperate to return to the field and play, and Milan provided me the chance to do so, so here I am.

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Every football player has a point to make no matter where they stand on the field. Being English and coming from Chelsea are undoubtedly additional motivators. You may argue that I may have performed differently [at Milan] or something along those lines.”

“As I progressed through the academy, I played with Mason, Reece, and Trevor. It will be pleasant to see them again. Raheem included. Although it will be good to see everyone again, I try to view the event as just another game.” According to Tomori.

It’s good to see them again, but if you ask them, I’m sure it’s the same for them as well. Once you cross the white line and the starter’s whistle blows, it’s almost like we’ve lost touch. We’re making an effort to battle for the three points.

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