Did Man City make a mistake selling Cole Palmer to Chelsea? – Analysis of thrilling 4-4 draw

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Sue Smith and Danny Mills discussed Chelsea’s 4-4 draw with Manchester City on an eventful Super Sunday.

Cole Palmer netted a stoppage-time penalty against his former club Manchester City to rescue a point for Chelsea in a pulsating, eight-goal Premier League classic at Stamford Bridge.

Palmer, who swapped his boyhood club for Chelsea in the summer, held his nerve to beat Ederson as Mauricio Pochettino’s side came from behind for a third time in a breathless game.

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00:00 – Chelsea
01:42 – Is Poch the biggest asset Chelsea have?
02:54 – Raheem Sterling’s improvement
06:58 – Did Man City make a mistake selling Palmer?
08:11 – Is Nicholas Jackson what Chelsea need?
09:28 – Are Chelsea still a ‘work in progress’?
11:45 – Manchester City
14:00 – Akanji stats breakdown
15:25 – Can you be a ‘one position player’ at Man City?
17:05 – Will anyone be able to top City this season?

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36 opiniones en “Did Man City make a mistake selling Cole Palmer to Chelsea? – Analysis of thrilling 4-4 draw”

  1. I am a die hard fan of CFC, Man city didn't make a mistake, the young lad needs enough playing time, so he decided to move to CFC to achieve what he desires.

  2. They also bought a player from Chelsea:—Mateo Kovacic. It was just fortunate that Chelsea got the right guy, simple

  3. If strlng play every match like that he is going to be on the top , but player like him one game good and next not and like that

  4. He's above average at penalties. Gen z using that single metric to start the Goodall "next Zidane", "next Roman riquelme", "next Sergio busquets" drama ya'll just stop!

  5. We didn't make a decision to sell him. We offered him what we could and we love the lad and he loves us, but he chose to persue a role in Chelseas starting 11 and tbh he's their best player atm and looking back at his decision right now it doesn't seem so bad. I wish him the best, I'm happy for him. He's Chelseas player now and we're doing good aswell, so that's that.

  6. Guess they can give Cole Palmer the BalonDor…he had the same impact Messi had in a few games at the world cup😂😂!!

  7. He's looking like one of few who leave City to be something somewhere else.
    Sturridge was hit and miss, Diaz has disappeared, Sancho was good at Dortmund and now in a world of pain at the swamp, Milner did ok at Anfield, Sterling has taken time to make a consistent difference, Eric Garcia is ordinary at Barca, so to Torres, Silky Ilkay probably will come good there, and the one pulling up trees at the moment is Aleix Garcia at Girona.

  8. We Chelsea can easily score 4 goals against City at the Etihad because they open up spaces by playing attacking football

  9. I think he fits Chelsea’s style of counter attacking play vs cities pure possession. He still wouldn’t get into the city side. Foden provides the same if not better quality in a purely high possession based team.

  10. They’ve got Haaland up front and Alvarez on the bench. Palmer’s scored three penalties and everyone is acting like he’s the next the Michael Owen. Any young English player has a few decent games and he gets overhyped.

  11. Lets be honest. If Cole Palmer didnt leave City he would be a substitute at best. City have a team that many youth academy players woukd struggle to break into. He left and is getting valuable game time.

  12. As a City fan.. the answer is no.. I tend to agree with Pep to let go unhappy players.. it's only bring toxicity to the team harmony if we keep him..

  13. 🤣🤣definitely no ..do we even need to go ther ..he is not good enough ..not better than mahrez ,Silva and Foden …

  14. Sky love talking bull, Chelsea have 2 gud games and jesus there back. They have leaders this that and the other, go back about 2 weeks, and they are saying the complete opposite 🙄

  15. Maybe not status wise with its history, but Man City squad wise are like Real Madrid they have good players on the pitch and on the bench. Players leaving is never a mistake because it doesnt make difference to their team and they will get a better replacement in asap because they have the cash and pull.

  16. Pep tried to convince him. He wanted to leave. Chelsea are in midtable. City are top of the table. He's not exactly Messi, City have a lot of equally or more good players. He wouldn't even have been this good at City as he won't have gotten that many games. So yes, City didn't miss out on anything. They got good money for a player that wanted to leave and they go on dominating like they always do

  17. Absolutely not. he clearly wasn't good enough to get more play time amongst the city squad. The fact he celebrated his goal shows how ungrateful he is towards the club that made him. Good riddance

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