Cole Palmer doesn't care about Man City as crucial Chelsea man returns from injury

Mauricio Pochettino claims that Chelsea star Cole Palmer doesn't care about the pressure of a reunion with his boyhood club Manchester City. The Blues playmaker is said to be fully focused on the upcoming match according to his head coach. Meanwhile, The Pride of London talk of the importance of CFC's No.1 returning from injury and being available for selection once more. PoL also want to make it clear that Todd Boehly's supposed public and humiliating singling out of players is unacceptable, if true.
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First of all, Cole Palmer. Sorry, 'Cold' Palmer. I describe him as a natural baller. Pochettino, on the other hand, designates the player as "emotionally intelligent". Meaning the ex-City man is unfazed about playing his former team. Let's see if that nonchalance aides another attacking return!

Talking of 'Poch', he's had a goalkeeping injury boost prior to the Man City match:

"Pochettino confirmed that both Thiago Silva and Carney Chukwuemeka are out of Chelsea’s clash with City.

'[Silva] is out for tomorrow with a minor injury. After tomorrow, we need to assess him day by day. Robert Sanchez is available, which is good news.

'Carney Chukwuemeka twisted his ankle two days ago and is out.'"

Who does Chelsea chairman Todd Boehly think he is?

I was pretty much staunchly positive and supportive, along with impressed at the CVs, when Todd Boehly and his collective took charge at Stamford Bridge. Obviously, due to mistake after mistake, they have chipped away at my impartial confidence over almost two years. As well as that, they've lost considerable support from individual supporters.

Boehly doesn't seem to comprehend the seriousness nor the established paradigm of the English Premier League. He's made silly changes, implemented strange practices and sold out wholly. Even if his intentions were good - which they must, of course, be. Although, the jury remains out with regard to the youthful recruitment: the acquired starlets might still become great.

What the American financier cannot and should not do, is alienate personnel,
especially those seasoned and senior professionals. Let's take a look at some revealing details after an embarrassing defeat during the previous campaign:

"Chelsea owner Todd Boehly reportedly singled out Raheem Sterling for a dressing room dressing down after the Blues' 2-1 defeat at home to Brighton last April.

According to The Telegraph, Boehly gave Sterling a personal pep talk first rather than speaking to the whole squad.

The American reminded Sterling that he is a world-class player - having won four league titles at Manchester City - but demanded more from him in terms of performance and leadership.

Sterling was closest to the dressing room door, which may explain why he was spoken to first, but it also could have been interpreted as a major statement from Boehly as the England winger was his first major signing in July 2022.

Sterling is understood to have taken the criticism well, with Boehly then turning his attention to the rest of the group.

Speaking to the squad, Boehly lashed out in the dressing room rant, calling their performances across the course of the campaign 'embarrassing'."