Frank Lampard claimed to want to protect Callum Hudson-Odoi from criticism that is rife circulating on social media. The trick is to help the 19-year-old winger find his best performance again with Chelsea.
Hudson-Odoi could not show his best performance when Chelsea defeated Southampton 0-2 on Boxing Day at Stamford Bridge. As a result, the England national team player received criticism and satire on social media.
However, the owner’s full name Callum James Hudson-Odoi could play better at the next party against Arsenal and could help Chelsea win 2-1. This development is what Lampard wants to try to maintain.
The 41-year-old coach stated Hudson-Odoi has no obligation to show something that exceeds his capacity. Even so, he will definitely try to do it. That’s why Lampard intends to help him.
“What happened on social media is very unfortunate. You must have “thick skin” to handle it. But, it must be remembered, he is a young player, still 19 years old. We must be able to be patient and give him more time, “said Lampard.
Although he will protect Hudson-Odoi, Lampard has not been able to ascertain whether the Chelsea academy rollout will be played as a starter when later against Brighton & Hove Albion at The American Express Community Stadium in the continued Luga Primer, tonight.