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Mason Mount is a force that has come to stay

The transfer ban against Chelsea did them a lot of good and continues to do so even after the departure of Frank Lampard. The Englishman was tasked with managing the Blues during the torrid period of no major acquisitions and he chose to stick with one young English player who has proven that he has the quality to thrive on the biggest stage if handed the opportunity. Chelsea have never been known to rely on players from their academy but had no choice but to do so in the 2019/20 football season as the likes of Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori, Reece James, and Mason Mount took up important roles in the team. Mason Mount was one player who never got the credit he deserved in his first season as a regular first-team player at Stamford Bridge. Many pundits and fans believed that he was ...

The development of Mason Mount shows the benefits of a successful loan spell

Mason Mount has scored the first league goal of Frank Lampard's reign as both Derby County and Chelsea manager. The chosen one. pic.twitter.com/MF37epX6iA — Squawka Football (@Squawka) August 18, 2019 A loan move from the Premier League to the Football League can often be hugely beneficial in helping a player’s development. The opportunity to play every week and gain confidence is often seen as far better than playing in under-23 and under-18 matches. Mason Mount played a huge part in Derby County’s run to the Championship play-off final in 2019. The young English attacking midfielder impressed everyone including his parent club, Chelsea. READ: Klopp challenges Reds to return to the UCL next season Mount's return to Chelsea Mount went on to return to Chelsea in 2019 and has ...

5:2 defeat could be a one off, as Mount impresses against Porto

Chelsea put the 5:2 bashing by West Brom in the Premier League behind them as they ran out 2 nil winners against FC Porto in the first leg of their UCL quarterfinal encounter at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán in Seville. The Blues were heavy favorites for a win after the draws were made but doubts came up after the defeat to West Brom. However, the Blues went into the game with the intent of clearing those doubts and did it, thanks to goals by Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell. They'll now go into the second leg which puts them technically at home at the same venue with a 2 goal lead. Day 2 of the quarterfinal fixtures was the day for the away sides to shine as Paris Saint-Germain also beat Bayern Munich 3:2 at the Allianz Arena. READ: FIFA suspends Chad and Pakistan due to poor ...