“He’s in good company” – These Chelsea fans react to negative Tammy Abraham stat » Chelsea News

Chelsea are currently off on their holidays, enjoying a week away on the newly introduced winter break in the Premier League.

Whilst many of them will be off sunning themselves in warmer climates, the fans at home are left to debate and discuss the season so far, and look forward to the second half and the clubs top four challenge.

The team will be back training again next week getting ready to face Manchester United on February the 17th.

So there will be a lot more time for debates on Twitter yet. One caught my eye from yesterday, and that is off the back of a statistics chart putting Tammy Abraham top for ‘big chances missed.’

Now, as you will see from the comments, there are two ways of looking at this despite it appearing a negative.

As some Blues fans point out, it is good that he’s been getting into the right positions. But as Frank Lampard has highlighted this season, a big problem is Chelsea not finishing chances, so here lies the negative.

Chelsea fans had their say…

A lot of top players are up there with him, so I wouldn’t be too bothered by it.

— Tomas Black (@TomasblackCFC) February 4, 2020

Shows that he’s in the right areas. Finishing needs to improve but he will know that. Plenty of time for him to get better.

— Chelsea Extra 🏆 (@CFCExtra) February 4, 2020

Imagine Tammy in 3/4 years in his prime, he’ll get there, I have faith in him.

— Joe (@Joe_blues25) February 4, 2020

it’s natural, id even say that’s a good sign…

— Nick (@nichohoIic) February 4, 2020

Good sign, shows you’re creating chances

— ManéSzn (@ftbl_george) February 4, 2020

He’s in good company and he’s getting in the right positions. It’s encouraging

— Pete Borota (@Borotas_spirit) February 4, 2020

At least he’s getting in the correct positions mate, Morata/Higuain would’ve gone down with 6 injuries by now trying to run

— 🥱 (@SnehFC) February 4, 2020

That was the positives, now for the negatives….

No suprise that’s why we needed a…