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Reasons why Chelsea will be better despite ban

Timothy Aiyeku

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The transfer ban handed to West London outfit Chelsea might end up being a blessing in disguise owing to some potentials that are already being identified.

The West London outfit were found guilty of involving in a transfer deal for an underage player and will not be allowed by FIFA to sign any new player for the next two transfer windows. This means the Blues will only sign a player starting from 2020 summer window.

However, all of the negatives about the Blues team might end up being a blessing and a miracle as it has been suggested that the trying time for the Blues is to enforce the attention of manager Maurizio Sarri to other young players.

The likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi has already begun revealing his potential which makes it at a better advantage as there will not be any new signing that will come in to oppress him making him sit on the bench.

More so, the Sarri-ball that has been introduced by Italian boss Maurizio Sarri has been difficult to adapt to and learn. It would be an opportunity to have it learned and mastered.

Also, West London have got a number of players on loan. This is just the best time to have them return back to the Stamford Bridge.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.