Clement struggled to achieve success in his short time as Derby boss Reading boss Paul Clement has said Darren Bent was “overweight and lazy” during his time in charge of Derby, in response to criticism from the striker.Clement was in charge of the Rams for eight months before being sacked in February. Free agent Bent, who was working as a pundit for Sky Sports during Derby’s victory over Reading on Friday night, said it was “inevitable” Clement would not succeed at the club because he changed his “philosophy” and training methods and “didn’t like confrontation”.And Clement responded on Twitter, saying he “sensed some bitterness” from Bent. 1 I sense some bitterness here, which is normal if a player does not play much.It is never a difficult decision to leave out a player who is over weight and lazy.— Paul Clement (@PaulClement1972) August 4, 2018“I sense some bitterness here, which is normal if a player does not play much,” said former Swansea boss and Real Madrid assistant manager Clement.“It is never a difficult decision to leave out a player who is overweight and lazy.”Bent, 34, did not play a game during Clement’s reign at Pride Park and was subsequently loaned to Burton Albion in January.
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Hazard bagged a wondergoal which gave the Blues a 2-1 win at Anfield on Wednesday night, and his start to the new season under Maurizio Sarri has prompted an outpouring of praise from across the football world.“I said when he signed for Chelsea, if he stays there for ten years, he’ll probably end up being the greatest player that Chelsea’s [ever had],” Cole stated.“He’s the best footballer I’ve ever played with, I think he’s a genius.“When he was a young lad at Lille I spent a season in France which I thoroughly enjoyed and it was mainly because I was playing next to Eden.” 2 Joe Cole turned out for Chelsea from 2003-2010, but then moved to Liverpool for the following three years, one of which was spent out on loan at Lille.“I think he was 19 at the time and there was a lot of talk about this talented young player,” the Englishman continued.“Every club’s got a talented young player, but first game I was on the bench, I came on and he scored two goals.“I knew how good he would be and I’m just so pleased that he’s doing it.“Once the Messi and Ronaldo era finishes I think he’s the best of the rest. The best in the world.” Hazard scored a late winner as Chelsea knocked Liverpool out of the League Cup 2 Joe Cole has told talkSPORT that he believes his former teammate Eden Hazard will soon be the world’s best player.The 36-year-old, who is now playing out in America with the Tampa Bay Rowdies, joined the Sports Bar to discuss Saturday’s Premier League meeting between his old clubs Chelsea and Liverpool, however attention quickly turned to the man who settled their League Cup tie earlier this week. Joe Cole made his mark during his seven-year spell at Chelsea Getty