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Glen Hoddle applauds Chelsea coach Graham Potter for dropping Mason Mount against Dortmund; Here is what he said

Glen Hoddle applauds Chelsea coach Graham Potter for dropping Mason Mount against Dortmund; Here is what he said.

Potter is smart for dropping Mason Mount as cited by Chelsea former coach Glen Hoddle.

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This was after Potter dropped the English star from his team’s starting XI that drew 1-1 with West Ham United in the Premier League over the weekend.

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“I am not surprised. In the length of time I have been in football. I have been waiting for that to happen,” Hoddle said (via Daily Star).

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“He is a very, very good young player, and he has looked sharp for many years. I think he needs a rest at some stage.”

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He added, “He was playing England games. Southgate trusted him and played him a lot. He needed a rest. If you look from his days, even at Derby, Frank [Lampard] played him all the time. He was always in the team. [Thomas] Tuchel was the same. He has had a hell of a lot of football.

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“He is only human, he is a young man, and I have been waiting for him to tail a little bit. The best thing for him is to take him out for a little bit, give him that breather, and then he’ll be chomping at the bit.”

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