Ex-Chelsea youth coach Jody Morris has criticised the club’s past managers for overlooking its plethora of youth talent.
Morris left his role as Chelsea U18s boss to become Frank Lampard’s assistant at Derby in the summer, after lifting two FA Youth Cups.
The ex-Blues midfielder has taken two of Chelsea’s academy players – Fikayo Tomori and the highly-rated Mason Mount – on loan to the Rams this season.
But he has urged current Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri to start taking their academy prospects seriously as contenders for the first team. Read more