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Chelsea forward and loanee Izzy Brown has torn his ACL in the last FA Cup clash against Crystal Palace and will miss the rest of the season, as Brighton Hove&Albion confirmed earlier this morning.

Speaking about the 21-year-old, who made 14 appearances with his new club before picking up a serious injury, Brighton manager Chris Hughton said: “It’s one we didn’t expect. It’s really disappointing news for all concerned, but obviously more for Izzy than anyone else.

“He’s a young lad who has made a really good impression at the club and in the second half of the season he would have played more games.
 “It’s still very fresh for everyone, but we are grateful to Chelsea for the loan, and to Izzy for the impact he has made during the first half of the season.”

On the other hand, Brown wrote on Instagram: “Not the news I wanted to hear, I have torn my ACL & it will need surgery to fix. I will come back fitter & stronger and hopefully be ready for next season. Thank you to everyone at Brighton for the love and support they showed towards me, the fans, the staff, & all the players. I’ve met some amazing people here & these memories will be with me forever. See you all next season.”

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Chelsea striker Izzy Brown, on loan to Brighton and Hove Albion in this campaign, is out for season after a knee ligament injury occurred in the FA Cup clash against Crystal Palace.

The 21-year-old is now expected to return to his parent club where he will undergo surgery, before a programme of rehabilitation.

Brown commented on his Instagram profile:

“Not the news I wanted to hear,” he wrote on his post.

“I will come back fitter and stronger and hopefully be ready for the new season.

“Thank you to everyone at Brighton for the love and support they showed towards me, the fans, the staff, & all the players. I’ve met some amazing people here & these memories will be with me forever.”

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Chelsea announced the loan of young striker Izzy Brown to Brighton and Hove Albion.

The English forward got a contract extension with the Blues until 2021 before moving on loan to Premier League newcomers until the end of the season.

The 20-year-old is an FA Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League winner with Chelsea and made his senior debut for the club in May 2015: he played an important role in Huddersfield promotion to Premier League in the last season.

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Chelsea just confirmed a loan move for a 19-year-old forward: in fact, Blues forward Izzy Brown will spend the rest of the season at Huddersfield Town, where he will find another Chelsea academy boy, Kasey Palmer.

The striker, who ended his loan spell at Rotheram United after 20 appearances, will join the Yorkshire side until June.

Huddersfield boss David Wagner said: “Just like his teammate Kasey Palmer, Izzy is another big, big English talent and it is great that Chelsea was so keen to send him to us. Thanks to them for all their help in making this transfer happen so quickly.

“He is a very exciting attacking player who can make things happen for us in the attacking areas and we are very excited to have join our squad for the rest of the season.

“We have had a few injury problems in the wide positions, with Sean Scannell needing an operation and Joe Lolley only just returning from injury.

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Chelsea youngster Izzy Brown has just put the pen to paper on a loan deal with Rotherham United until the end of the season, the Championship side have confirmed the deal.

The 19-year-old was the captain of Chelsea Under-19s team which won the UEFA Youth League in 2015 also lifted up the FA Youth Cup in 2014 and 2015.

Brown spent last season on loan at Eredivisie side Vitesse and is set to continue his development with the Millers before returning to Stamford Bridge.

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Tammy Abraham, Jake Clarke Salter, Fikayo Tomori, Dominic Solanke and Izzy Brown were summoned for the match against Mexico.


Dominic Solanke and Izzy Brown, who have both been on loan at Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem, have been included in the squad.

Jake Clarke-Salter and Tammy Abraham who all recently made their senior debuts for Chelsea land in Mexico. It is a first call-up for defender Tomori, who has previously represented Canada.

England will play against Mexico on 4 and 6 June in preparation for this summer’s Under-19 European Championship.

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Chelsea youngster Dominic Solanke made his England U21 debut as the Three Lions drew 0-0 with Bosnia-Herzegovina in their Euro 2017 qualifier.

The 18-year old partnered Arsenal’s Chuba Akpom upfront, as fellow Chelsea players Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Nathaniel Chalobah and Lewis Baker also started in midfield in Sarajevo.

Baker, who is on loan with Solanke at Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem, fired one of the few chances of the game wide of the post and was replaced with 20 minutes to go by Sunderland’s Duncan Watmore. Loftus-Cheek and Solanke were both replaced in the dying stages, with Chalobah playing a full game.

Ola Aina, who was promoted to the U21 squad from the U20’s earlier this week, was an unused substitute and John Swift, another late addition to the group, wasn’t involved. Gareth Southgate’s side currently top their group.

At U19 level, Tammy Abraham scored an equaliser two minutes from time as England came back from two goals down in a friendly away in the Netherlands, having come on in the 70th minute. Izzy Brown played the whole game.


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lewis baker vitesse

Chelsea player Lewis Baker declared to TheFA.com that he’s enjoying his experience at Vitesse Arnhem –where he’s on loan along withalongside Izzy Brown, Nathan Allan, Dominic Solanke and Danilo Pantic.

The offensive midfielder impressed in this first three months and he claimed that he’s learning a lot, hoping to come back to the Blues as a better player:

“I’m really enjoying it, the football is slightly different and is a lot more technical and tactical out there.

“When we play the bigger teams, it’s also a physical game and I think I’m going to learn a lot out there. 

I’ve already learned a lot in the first few months and hopefully that can increase and next season, I’ll return to Chelsea as a better player. 

“The Eredivisie is a top league and I think it’s a good learning place for me, on the pitch and off the pitch, seeing different cultures and the way players live with the different playing styles.


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Mourinho states Loftus-Cheeck was the best trophy of Chelsea Academy this year

Speaking to Chelsea website before WBA game Chelsea boss José Mourinho discussed the importance of the Academy and the development of player like Ruben Loftus-Cheek, who will start again tonight after his perfect debut with Liverpool and that will be a very important player for next year squad, as Mourinho always stated also in the past months:

“I am excited but I keep emotional control because if I don’t I can lose the players or I can help the players to go the wrong way. So yes I am excited but with emotional control and stability because in this moment they need stability”

“The Academy is a process. The process starts with the facilities but it doesn’t end there. It ends with the cooperation between the Academy and the first team area, and at the moment we are working well and I think the players feel it. They are the best witnesses of that work and we know we are going in the right direction”

“This year the most important title for the Academy is Ruben, not the UEFA Youth League or the FA Youth Cup – the best trophy is Ruben and we know that we are doing things well”

Speaking about what can interrupt the growing of a young talent and what can ruin his career, Mourinho is sure the main causes are two:

The agents and the parents, because when the players are almost there and are in the process to be almost there, parents and agents think they are already there and they make the players think they are there, and they are not there”

“So instead of thinking about money during a career, they think about money before a career starts and everything gets every confused. That doesn’t help the players because the players need stability”

“It is not the case but imagine Ruben’s family or Ruben’s agent in this moment pushing the kid to go, or that the kid has to go on loan. That is not what he needs, he needs stability. He played against Liverpool, he plays against West Bromwich, next pre-season he starts with us, and next pre-season he is stable because he is part of the squad, he is not trying to win a position in the squad”

“He knows he is not going on loan, he knows he is going to stay, and players need this kind of stability unless they play in small clubs where at the age of 17 or 18 they can go directly to the first team”

Mourinho also revealed that Izzy Brown is going to play at West Bromwich, where he had his debut two years ago, before signing for Chelsea:

“Izzy Brown may not start but he plays”

“I want him to have his debut for Chelsea at West Brom because it is his old club and it means double for him – to play for Chelsea, to be a champion and play against his old club”.

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Ruben Loftus-Cheek in action against Liverpool

Speaking to Chelsea TV Blues youngster Izzy Brown explained how him and some young fellow-mates like Ruben Loftus-Cheek could improve in the last months, where they often work with the first team squad:

“The last few months have been the best in my football career, the way I have been playing”

“I have definitely improved this season and the last few games showed I have matured as a player and played some of my best football. To win the Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League and score in the finals is a big thing for me. I am happy with my performance so far but it doesn’t stop now because there are some big games coming up”

Brown was named among the first team subs by José Mourinho on several occasions this season and watched carefully his friend Loftus-Cheek starting and impressing against Liverpool:

He was great in the game, he didn’t give the ball away once”

“He has been an excellent player this season. In training he shows what he is capable of and to go out and put it on the pitch is something different. He marked his claim why he is one of the best young players in England. I am so happy for him to have played 60 minutes against Liverpool because I think he deserved it as well”

“We had a laugh and a joke afterwards about him being a bit tired because he said he had never witnessed anything as quick as that, but he handled it well and coped with it excellently”

“You have got to use your body and your fitness. You have to be so fit to play in the Premier League”

“Everyone at the Academy, that’s where they want to be, they want to be Ruben – to play for the Chelsea first team. For me to be with him every day is good for me because I can learn what I have to do to be where Ruben is. I think I am ready to play whenever I am called upon”.


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