He really tolerated at Chelsea, according to Thierry Henry, because “special players desire to feel the love”

Timo Werner suffered at Chelsea, according to Thierry Henry, because “certain players need to feel the love.”

Thierry Henry stated on CBS Sports: “I’ll call it confidence. Some athletes don’t mind if you wrap an arm around them. They’ll show there, do their thing, and then go. Then there are certain players that require love.

“They might need to have the impression that they will play for 90 minutes. When you score again after hearing that Timo Werner couldn’t score at Chelsea, you feel more confident. Then, at the perfect moment, I see him pass it with his left foot.

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“There are times when you go somewhere and they don’t show you that affection. I’m not saying he doesn’t have it, but if he didn’t feel it like he did at RB Leipzig, then you aren’t going to be at your best and won’t make the proper decision.”

Werner, whose Chelsea career never fully recovered, returned to his former team RB Leipzig during the summer transfer window.

The forward increased his season total to 7 goals in 13 games on Wednesday by scoring the game-winning goal against Celtic in a Champions League match.

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