Chelsea academy graduate Armando Broja told he has ‘big future’ after scoring in Wolves win
Posted by  badge Boss on Oct 08
Armando Broja scored his first goal for Chelsea (Picture: Getty)

academy graduate Armando Broja has been told he has a ‘big future’ after scoring his first goal for the club in their routine Premier League win over Wolves.

Former Chelsea and Scotland winger Pat Nevin said on BBC Radio 5 Live: ‘That is an important goal for him, these Chelsea fans love Armando Broja because he comes on and puts in so much effort. He is selfless but is also a target man.

‘A lot of people have been talking about Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but do not write off Broja. I think he has got a big future.’

On Chelsea’s win in general, Nevin added: ‘Potter makes seven changes pre-game and all them substitutions now and Chelsea don’t look any weaker.

‘That is one thing Chelsea have right now is that they can make seven, eight, nine changes and they don’t weaken the side noticeably. I don’t think Chelsea fans were ever worried by the changes.’

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