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kernn63
Post #1
Wednesday April 5, 2017 2:43pm

Joined Feb 2013
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What's going on with Kyle Scott? Last year, we hear that he's asked to transfer from Chelsea. He then trials with a Dutch club (Willem II).....and then......nothing. There's no evidence that he did leave Chelsea, but I don't see any match reports involving him from their side either. I see on twitter that he was actively rooting for the U-20's, that he had a recent injury, and that his twitter profile picture is still him in a Chelsea kit.

Any news?

Here's the latest news article that I have. http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/525...

Know Nothing
Post #2
Wednesday April 5, 2017 3:16pm

Joined Jan 2013
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I believe he may have had an ankle injury a few months back.

He has played 3 of the last 4 developmental Squad (U-21) for Chelsea in Central Midfield. On the Chelsea fans chat page he got a lot of stick being the weak link in the side that lost to the Man City DS 4-3. He was an unused sub in the 4-1 loss to Arsenal but has played the last two matches, a 0-0 draw with Southampton and a 2-0 loss to Liverpool.

The Development Squad is the equivalent of the old Reserve team. The parent clubs may opt to play a few over age players in the side to keep match fitness or regain it after injury. In the past Chelsea have usually used this squad for youth players but this year they have occasionally used it to get players matches to either get them fit or put them in the shop window.

I find it odd he is not on the training camp roster for the London training sessions. Looking at his twitter account he retweeted the U-20 CONCACAF triumph posting from the youth team account, so it looks like he may be interested.

kernn63
Post #3
Wednesday April 5, 2017 3:44pm

Joined Feb 2013
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Thanks for the update. Wonder if it's time for a new club for him.

Know Nothing
Post #4
Wednesday April 5, 2017 6:30pm

Joined Jan 2013
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Original post from kernn63

Thanks for the update. Wonder if it's time for a new club for him.


I would say the chances of him breaking through at Chelsea are remote so a change is inevitable. He is only 19 though so he will probably end up on loan next season. Where will be interesting.

IMO, if they want to take a closer look at him to see how he handles the physical side of the game (he is small), they will send him to the lower leagues. If they want to put him in a shop window I dare say he will end up in Vitesse.


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