During the first half of their victory over Serbia, the young player who formerly played for Manchester City suffered an injury. It appeared as though he emerged from the half with a bandage wrapped around his right leg.
Tino Livramento came on as his replacement after only six minutes had passed since the start of the second half. He was taken off the field. This caused anxiety among Chelsea supporters as well as Mauricio Pochettino prior to the match against Arsenal on October 21, which would be played at Stamford Bridge following the international break.
On Sunday afternoon, Carsley, who is in charge of the England Under-21 team, presented a report to the audience. The former Everton defender wasn’t too concerned about the injury, but he did say that he wouldn’t take any chances because the game his side will be playing the next weekend is so crucial to their season.
Carsley was quoted as saying, “I think Cole would be fine, but we don’t take any chances with any of the players.” Cole is a member of the football team.
If there’s even a remote possibility that they won’t be able to attend a weekend game, we make everything to send them back to their respective teams as quickly as we possibly can.
“We could have stayed with Cole for one more day to see how things went, but we didn’t.” The only ones who aren’t doing well are the few that have come down with various illnesses.
Armando Broja, who was playing for Chelsea this week, left the Albanian squad early so that he could go back to Cobham earlier than it was scheduled to be.
During a friendly match against Aston Villa in the middle of the previous season in December, the 22-year-old player suffered an injury to the knee ligaments.
His return to the Chelsea team has been handled with extreme caution by the club. The striker was given a call up to the Albanian national team in preparation for their upcoming friendly matches against the Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Since Broja did not play for the side that won 3-0 over Albania on Thursday night, he traveled back to London the wee hours of Tuesday morning.
The other striker for the team, Nicolas Jackson, also arrived home early from serving his country in international competition. After being spotted playing with a split wrist during victories against Fulham and Burnley, the player who was acquired from Villarreal in the summer underwent a very modest operation on his wrist.
This week, he withdrew from participating in the games that Senegal was scheduled to play against Cameroon and South Sudan.