Pochettino credits James for making Chelsea a lot more stable.

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Chelsea head coach Mauricio Pochettino gives credit to Reece James, right-back, captain. Who returned to the starting line-up in the Carabao Cup fourth round game to defeat Blackburn 2 -0 Yesterday said it was full of influence. Both about stimulating the net or keeping the score alive.

The ‘Sing Blues’ captain injured his hamstrings in the season opener against Liverpool on August 13 and has just returned to the field as a substitute for the last two games before the duel with ‘Kublabhai’. 

James’ overall picture throughout the hour, both offensive and defensive dimensions, impressed ‘Poch’, citing it as an important factor for the team to build on from now on ทางเข้า UFABET

“After Saturday’s game (0-2 loss to Brentford) it was really important that we beat Blackburn to progress to the next round of the competition,”

Pochettino said. 

“Seriously, there are many more chances to score. That we need to be more decisive. When you couldn’t do it on Saturday, you made excuses for yesterday. It takes time to regain confidence.”   

“However, we also see many positive aspects.” 

“It is important that we stay on course and qualify for this tournament. Because it builds confidence.”

“To see guys like Benoit Badiasil and Reece James get hours of action, that’s important.”

“Specifically, he is your captain. If you can maintain your fitness to compete, you will be able to help the team a lot.”

“Reece is an important player for us. Amazing player – I personally consider him the best full-back in the world.” 

“I discussed with the staff. Speaking of which, it’s the pre-season that kicks off in November. Because of the situation that happened Players are gradually returning to the team.” 

“It is a good thing to continue. From now on we need to look to the next round. But until then there are still 2 more games to play before the national team breaks.” 

Chelsea have a tough job in the league , waiting for two more matches away at Spurs ( 7 Nov. ) and at home against Manchester City (12 Nov. ).