Responsible for 47.5% of league goals this season, without whom we’d be relegated?

The signing of Cole Palmer has been a godsend.

“Mauricio Pochettino insists Chelsea are not ‘Palmer FC,’ but without Palmer, the Blues would be in the relegation zone,” The Sun reported today.

“Palmer has been responsible for 47.5% of Chelsea’s goals this season. With 20 goals in the Premier League (PL), he is in contention for the Golden Boot. However, Nicola Jackson has 10 goals, Raheem Sterling has six, Mikhail Mkhitaryan has four, and Noni Madueke has three. Take away Palmer’s goal and assist and Chelsea are in the relegation zone.”

To date, Chelsea has scored 61 goals in the league. Palmer has 20 goals and nine assists. If Palmer’s points were excluded, Chelsea would drop to 18th in the league.

Born in 2002, Palmer was a prized youth product of Manchester City. He joined the academy in 2009 and went on to represent England at various age groups before making his professional debut in 2020. Pep Guardiola often used Palmer in the English FA Cup or EFL Cup to help him gradually adapt to the professional game.

Last summer, Palmer made a surprise move to Chelsea. He wasn’t getting the playing time he expected from the star-studded City squad. Chelsea were willing to shell out €47 million, and Palmer arrived at Stamford Bridge.

The ‘Blues’ born Palmer said: “I am delighted to sign and join 안전놀이터 Chelsea. The project the club has put forward is great and I’m here to showcase the talent I have. I hope we can achieve something special in a young and hungry squad.”

The result was a resounding success. Palmer was the only one to deliver while his teammates – Jackson, Sterling, Mourinho, Mourinho, and Madueke – struggled. Now he’s in the race for the league’s top scorer.

Chelsea is undeniably ‘Palmer FC’. In the immediate past round, the Blues suffered a crushing defeat at Arsenal with Palmer out injured. Their reliance on Palmer is growing.

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