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 By PA Sport

Chelsea won't recall Tammy Abraham this season - Paul Clement

Paul Clement is adamant that Chelsea will not recall Tammy Abraham from his loan deal at Swansea.

Abraham's five goals in 10 Swansea games -- four of them coming in the Premier League -- has led to speculation that the champions will recall their England Under-21 striker to join them for the second half of the season.

Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has suggested that his old club have made a mistake by sending Abraham out on loan.

And former England striker Ian Wright claimed that he would...

Tammy Abraham needs to work like Didier Drogba - Claude Makelele

The FC panel look ahead at Chelsea's fixture list and examine the impact Alvaro Morata's hamstring injury may have on the team.

Tammy Abraham can fulfil his ambition of becoming one of the Premier League's best strikers if he is willing to match the work ethic of Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, according to Swansea City assistant coach Claude Makelele.

Abraham -- who has scored three goals in nine appearances in all competitions on loan at Swansea this season -- will hope to buck the trend of talented Chelsea academy youngsters failing to establish themselves in the senior squad.

Makelele said he is confident that Abraham...

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LAFC confident Bob Bradley 'doesn't have anything to prove' after Swansea exit

The guys talk about Toronto FC's stellar season and challenges of a short window between Mexican seasons. LAFC president Tom Penn calls in to talk about building his squad.

Bob Bradley "doesn't have anything to prove" on his return to management with Los Angeles FC, with the man key to his MLS return believing anti-American prejudice was partly to blame for his struggles at Swansea City.

Tuesday marked a year to the day since the Welsh side sacked Francesco Guidolin and made Bradley the first American to manage in the Premier League. However, Bradley's dream move lasted just 11 games and 85 days as Swansea's poor form led to another abrupt change.

It was a chastening...