Chelsea has terminated Arsenal’s title challenge, but perhaps not in the way we expected.
Brighton recently defeated Arsenal 3-0 in the final game in a thrilling weekend of football, and Levi Colwill was instrumental in the triumph. The on-loan Chelsea defender shone at the back for the Seagulls, and his manager, Roberto De Zerbi, singled him out for praise in the post-match news conference:
“Colwill was the best example of bravery.” We defended man to man for 90 minutes with Odegaard, 80 meters away from Jason Steele. “This is courage,” the commanding Italian coach stated.
While the appointment of Graham Potter was a disaster for Chelsea, it turned out to be a miracle for Brighton and Colwill. They were compelled to take a risk by hiring De Zerbi, which paid off well, and the manager has utilized the young defender as much as we could have wanted.
He should be in our first-team squad next season, but if not, he’ll be sent back to the Amex.