The Sierra Leonean Born Chelsea Defender, Trevor Chalobah has been left out of England squad for friendlies against Switzerland and Ivory Coast.

Chalobah has only appeared in the youth set-up for England, but he is still eligible to play for Sierra Leone.

Some British Media houses are suggesting that Chalobah is harshly treated not to be named in the latest England squad for the upcoming friendly matches.

Nevertheless, Chalobah is not the only player who can feel aggrieved when looking at former Blues Fikayo Tomori who featured in the previous England squad, Marc Guehi’s continued role in Patrick Vieira’s young Crystal Palace team who’s quickly developing into one of the Premier League’s most exciting young midfielders. This Makes Coach Gareth Southgate selection becomes even more confusing.

However, some Sierra Leonean fans are suggesting that Chalobah is not born in England and the possibility for him to make a breakthrough will be an herculean task for him considering the pool of players in the England awaiting squad or even if he made breakthrough his career would be short-lived with the English senior squad.

Many are of the view Chalobah should have learnt lesson from his elder brother, Nathaniel Chalobah’s short-lived time with the England national male football team.

The young midfielder has been under the radar of Leone Stars Coach, John Keister. However, Keister has once stated in an interview that the young man thinks he has a chance to play for England and they need to give him a chance.