He’s not good enough to be a Chelsea player, sell him immediately: Pundit slams £68m-rated Chelsea star

He’s not good enough to be a Chelsea player, sell him immediately: Pundit slams £68m-rated Chelsea star.

Marc Cucurella, a defender for Chelsea, has come under fire from BBC analyst Garth Crooks, who claims the left back is unfit to play for Chelsea.

This occurred following the team’s 2-0 victory at Villa Park, where Cucurella cut a miserable figure with his poor performances while filling in at center defense.

Steven Gerrard’s team put persistent pressure on the Chelsea defense, and only Kepa Arizabalaga’s man-of-the-match performance guaranteed they returned home with all three points.

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Crook expressed his displeasure with Cucurella following the game with the following words:

“After taking a 1-0 lead at Villa Park, Chelsea made it difficult for Aston Villa in the first half. I have no idea what Marc Cucurella is doing for the team, let alone on the field at Villa Park.

“Graham Potter has acquired the player at Chelsea after selling him while managing Brighton, but the Spaniard is not a top-notch defense, and it is obvious.

“On the other side, Thiago Silva must also serve as a mentor to Trevoh Chalobah and Kalidou Koulibaly in addition to being a world-class defender. The Brazilian is superior to everyone in Chelsea’s back line in terms of calm, serenity, and sophistication.”


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