Tammy Abraham reveals feedback from Chelsea and areas he must improve.
Tammy Abraham is on fire so far this season as he netted twice for England Under 21’s on his debu...
Tammy Abraham is on fire so far this season as he netted twice for England Under 21’s on his debut following his blistering start at Bristol City on loan. Speaking after his debut he revealed the feedback he receives from Chelsea.
Plenty is made of Chelsea’s Loan policy at the moment and as we all know in recent years, whether you agree with it or disagree it’s a decision made that we cannot do anything about and we have to live with it. We sit and watch hoping that the young stars of the future gain valuable experience which would hopefully lead to representing Chelsea’s first team as the end goal. For the majority that is never likely to happen.
For Tammy Abraham it surely has to be different after the impressive start he has made to this season. A recent article posted on this site here, looks at the possibility of Abraham being called up the first team sooner than expected.
So to his actual loan agreement, which has no early recall clause, which will disappoint plenty. The big Striker signed a one-year arrangement to join the Championship club with the hope of regular first team football. Not only has he managed to force his way into the side, but his performances and goals had an influence in the decision to sell their number one Striker at the end of the transfer window.
His record so far has been outstanding as he has scored eleven goals in fourteen appearances, plus two goals on his Under 21 debut as stated before.
Speaking of his form and of the feedback he often receives from Chelsea, Tammy Abraham said:
‘The messages that I’ve got from them have just been really positive – but I’ve been getting advice on key areas that I can improve on too. That’s what I try to do, keep going and improving. And luckily that’s what I’ve been doing and showing people what I’m capable of doing.
I think I could have more shots from long range and outside the box.
Not every game you will get chances inside the area, so if I want to keep scoring then I need to vary my finishes.
Left and right foot from outside the box – that’s something I am always working on to try and improve and hopefully keep me scoring.’ - Source: The Sun
The feedback he is referring to comes from Eddie Newton and the team of people employed by the club to keep tabs on all the players out on loan. All of their performances are monitored and feedback given on areas the team believes they can improve on which is valuable information as they play competitive football on a regular basis.
For Tammy Abraham the sky is the limit as we have seen with his ability to score goals. If he continues to develop the way he has, continues to work with the Loan team at Chelsea and keeps scoring goals, he will be in the Chelsea first team sooner rather than later.