Chelsea football club has been impressive so far in the season under club legend, Frank Lampard, as the Englishman continues to use Academy graduates in a bid to get the best out of them, and make them established players for the future.
And Fikayo Tomori is a beneficiary to the system deployed by Lampard, as he grabbed the opportunity with both hands, staking a claim at the heart of the defense for the West London side.
The Nigerian football fraternity have observed the situation at Chelsea, and all effort to convince the player in playing for the Eagles were futile after he was included in Gareth Southgate’s squad for last week’s International games for the Three Lions.
But Tomori blamed the NFF(not directly) for not doing enough to get him to play for the Eagles.
Tomori can still play for Nigeria after being an unused substitute for England, yet to be capped, and outrightly eligible to play for another country.
Nigeria is not the only country Tomori can play for because of the roots he also has with Canada.