“Better” Enzo Fernandez discusses the changes at Chelsea that have been very beneficial to him.

“Better” Enzo Fernandez discusses the changes at Chelsea that have been very beneficial to him.

Enzo Fernandez, a midfielder for Chelsea, has now stated that he has benefited greatly from changes made at the team last summer.


He stated on the club website that the midway point of his first season here, the club went through a manager change, which greatly aided him in starting to perform at his peak at Stamford Bridge.


Fernandez, who turned 23 today, is getting ready to commemorate his first season as a Chelsea player after joining the team from Benfica in a then-club record transfer.


The transfer came after his incredible performance at the World Cup, where he was named the competition’s young player of the year and helped his nation win.


Some, though, might have concluded that they haven’t witnessed those levels during his sojourn in West London.


However, a different player of the match performance against Fulham last time out might start to shift those opinions.


Fernandez on his positive transformation

Fernandez has now asserted that he has benefited greatly from the managerial change that occurred over the summer.


“The second half of last year was better; the first six months were challenging,” he remarked. I’ve benefited greatly from the current coaching staff’s Spanish language skills. I’m trying my hardest to reach my potential and hope that I can live up to the club’s standards.


The Blues hired Mauricio Pochettino to replace Graham Potter after taking their time finding the right candidate for the position prior to the start of the current campaign.


Although all the reports seem to indicate that the club’s supporters are still content with the Argentine manager, this viewpoint might shift if Middlesbrough eliminates them from the EFL Cup in the second leg at Stamford Bridge the following week.




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