Loftus-Cheek relishes regular play at Crystal Palace after Chelsea 'journey'

Doug Mendoza
November 12, 2017

"The manager has said do your best".

Against a well-oiled machine, they will have periods in the game where they control possession but I didn't think they hurt us.

"At times it was hard for them to press us because of the composure we showed and the system we played, so I think it was a brilliant experience for our players".

The stats make for good reading as Loftus-Cheek had a 96 percent pass completion rate, completing 50 successful passes out of 52. I have to say huge credit to the clubs for developing the sort of players they are developing, but we would be foolish not to see the signs of Spain and Germany being successful following on from success at youth level and sticking with some continuity with the way they play and the people involved.

Dier, 23, wore the captain's armband in the worldwide friendly clash that finished 0-0 at Wembley, and although it was a goalless game, it definitely gave some encouragement ahead of the World Cup in Russian Federation next summer as Gareth Southgate was forced to field a second-string side. "I was with him for almost three years in the Under-21s, so it wasn't too much of a new thing coming here", a visibly exhilarated Loftus-Cheek stated. "I have to keep learning and getting better and hopefully there's a chance to get on the plane".

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"I see things in him that lead me to believe he can play at this level and I think he showed that tonight".

"Tammy [Abraham] and Ruben Loftus-Cheek, as much as they are Chelsea players, they're on-loan somewhere else, they've gone somewhere else", Wright said.

Solanke made the switch from Chelsea to Liverpool after the World Cup triumph but has found first-team opportunities hard to come by. "I have a good relationship with Eddie Newton [Chelsea's loan technical coach] and Eddie is helping me behind the scenes".

But it was not just Loftus-Cheek who caught the eye. I'll find out whose played well tonight, who warrants the decision. He was really happy for me and just said go and enjoy it. "He can be really pleased with his performance". I want to develop skills and get better as a player. So we came to an agreement.

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