Of all the big clubs in the English Premier League, Chelsea fans are the most eloquent in terms of condemnation and commendation.
A few days back Chelsea fans went on Social media to call on their one-time star player turn coach, Frank Lampard to leave Stamford Bridge after his poor outing in his first game in the Pre-season tour.
Well, it seems the focus has shifted this time around, as the Chelsea fans have taken to their social media handles to blame Kenedy for their 1-0 defeat to Kawasaki.
The Blues fans recalled how the winger had a poor spell at St. James’ Park with Newcastle last season before the Magpies had no other option than to send him back to Stamford Bridge.
They called on the club to send Kenedy back to Newcastle while some pointed out that Brazil should be his next destination.
#kenedy Chelsea needs to sell him, thus coming from a Newcastle fan, awful can’t do anything ??
— Martyn Kempster (@martykempy) July 19, 2019
Looks like Kenedy is playing at his usual standard at Chelsea. Absolute horse shit that guy
— Grimmy (@lancsmag) July 19, 2019
Kenedy you did not help Chelsea today
— Isaac Simon (@Panshak9) July 19, 2019
I still can't believe that the club are charging the fans to watch Tiemoue #Bakayoko, #Sapzpi, Marcos #Alonslow, Danny #Drinkwater and #Kenedy play in a pre-season game.#Alonso #Azpilicueta #CFC #Chelsea #CFCinJapan
— Sharan Chablani (@SharanChablani) July 19, 2019
Chelsea players that needs to go, kenedy, bakayoko and palmer
— Bíbítáyò Proudly Akure Boy. (@realbibitayo) July 19, 2019
It's only pre season so I'm not too worried like most of Chelsea Twitter, but our attack needs improving immensely. No world class striker like the other top 6 teams. Kenedy can't stay at the club.
— Anthony (@Ruben_SZN) July 19, 2019
Newcastle for one would obviously not take Kenedy back, although he had a good spell with the Magpies in his first six months, however, Rafael Benitez was unable to bring the best out of him.
He was later relegated to the bench before he was sent back to Chelsea.
If he fails to cut the mustard at the club, it is unlikely that Lampard will keep him at Stamford Bridge since he would be a surplus to the required players.