Eden Hazard displays Chelsea’s true thoughts with a brazen dismissal

According to express.co, Chelsea supporters liked Eden Hazard’s new comments on the club’s situation. Blues manager Mauricio Pochettino’s team is 10th in the Premier League after a tumultuous season. Stamford Bridge fans revere Hazard, who won the Premier League twice, the Europa League twice, the FA Cup, and the League Cup with 110 goals and 92 assists in 352 appearances.

He signed for Real Madrid for a lot of money, but physical issues caused him to retire at 32.

His analysis of football from the sidelines shows that the former Belgian winger still wants Chelsea. While discussing his previous team’s present situation, Blues supporters welcomed his comments.

Eden Hazard discussed Chelsea’s situation.
On The Obi One Podcast with former teammate John Obi Mikel, he said: “The Premier League is hard, and Man City and Liverpool are better than Chelsea and Chelsea.

Hazard instantly stopped Mikel from mentioning Tottenham. “No, no, Tottenham, no” he chuckled. Mikel said: “But right now they are playing a bit better, they are like third or fourth in the league.”

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Hazard concluded: “They play well, but as a Chelsea great, you can’t say that. No way they’ll win the league. As a Chelsea supporter, you want them to be the greatest, but it’s hard since the team has changed in the previous two years, not just in players but in ownership. We have to push to follow them.”

Hazard made his views amid contrasting camps for Chelsea and their fierce rivals Tottenham. After losing 10 of their first 25 matches and drawing five, the Blues sit in mid-table.

Tottenham are two points behind Aston Villa in fourth and hoping to qualify for the Champions League in Ange Postecoglou’s debut season. The top four will be tight with Man Utd returning after four wins in a row.

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