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Chelsea’s 18-year-old youngster is now a first-team player

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Chelsea youngster Lewis Hall have received praise from the manager Graham Potter. The 18- year old seems to have become a permanent first-team player after making a few appearances for the Blues before the break. The player was admittedly the best player in their match against Manchester City in the League Cup, with him admitting that he should have scored in the first half. He later made his Premier League debut against Newcastle. He reported to first-team training among the stars who are not at the World Cup.

Chelsea youngster to receive praise from the club manager

It appears that the squad manager Potter was heard acknowledging Hall’s work in a video uploaded on Twitter by the club. This could be encouraging to other youth players at the academy, it would encourage those players after seeing Lewis Hall’s drastic rise in fortune. Those players will be hoping for this step up in the upcoming months. Omari Hutchinson is definitely one such player after being in a matchday squad on a few occasions this season. Despite being named in the squad he is yet to make an appearance for the first team.

With injuries continuing to plague Chelsea’s Ben Chilwell’s playtime with the Blues, the combination of Cucurella’s poor form have made it more likely for Lewis Hall to get a place in the first team at Stamford Bridge.

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