Premier league clubs have began preparations for the resumption of the domestic league after the World Cup. Chelsea opted for a warm weather training in Abu Dhabi,while Potter included thirteen academy stars for their friendly matches.
Armando being taken off on a stretcher.
Jorginho, Aubumeyang, Cucurella and Chalober are only fit first team players in the squad,since Reece James,Fofana,Kepa and Chilwel are still in rehabilitation,and are yet to resume for full training sessions. The blues are in action against Premier league rivals Aston Villa, currently a goal down.
Broja lying down after the collision.
Unfortunately, Chelsea have suffered another injury setback,as young striker Armando Broja have suffered a serious knee injury. Broja was subbed off on a stretcher at half time, signaling how bad the injury is. This is a huge blow for potter,whose team will face Dortmund in the champions league,on February next year.
This leaves Aubumeyang as the only 100% fit lone striker,only a few weeks to the return of the competitive football.
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