Football NewsGraham Potter thinks conflicting opinions about Mason Mount are strange
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English footballer Mason Mount continues to earn the full confidence of every manager he works under and Graham Potter is the latest head coach to have faith in the player.


What did Potter say about Mason Mount?

Both at the club level and for his country, Mason Mount has become a mainstay and has recently stood out among the management turbulence at the Blues. However, the English player is still very often the scapegoat for criticism that confuses every one of the head coaches he has worked with.

Graham is the last Blues head coach to entrust the Three Lions midfielder with a regular spot on the sidelines and he couldn’t speak highly enough of him. The Chelsea manager told the Blues’ official website that this is part of life, everyone is entitled to their opinion, that’s great.

According to Graham Potter, he can only speak from his point of view and as an outsider, whenever they played the Blues, they always worry about Mount. They can see the quality that Mason Mount has, and if they give him a second, they give him too much space, he can hurt them with his qualities.

It’s surprising to get some mixed opinions about Mount, Potter finds it odd, especially from the outside. When they start working with Mount, they see that he has everything he needs to be a top player. Graham Potter says great attitude, Mason Mount understands spaces, he can execute, he assists, he scores goals, he’s top.


A little about Mason Mount

It’s getting harder and harder for supporters to question Mason’s abilities as he continues to be praised by some of the world’s best managers. As Mason Mount was with Lampard and Tuchel, the young man looks like he’ll play a key role again for the Blues at Graham Potter.

If England international Mason Mount doesn’t catch an injury before the World Cup, he will be one of the England internationals traveling to Qatar next month. Though with a number of other exciting midfielders and forwards, his path to starting berth in the Middle East could be tough.