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Not long ago Abdul Baba Rahman was considered as the hottest young talent when it came to the left back position. His services were in high demand and Chelsea considered themselves lucky to win the fight for his signature. They paid a reported fee of £22 million, which made him one of the most expensive purchases in the 2015 summer transfer window.However, the full back didn't live up to his potential and after a series of injuries and poor performances, he lost his place in the Chelsea side once Conte was appointed as manager.From then on it was rough sailing for the talented Ghanaian who must have felt like he was playing a game of roulette with injuries. The rupture to his cruciate ligament which he suffered while playing for Ghana at the Africa Cup of Nations against Uganda was particularly serious and could have left him crippled for life. He would have been happier to play here that game of roulette, but luck has not been on his side and he made only a handful of appearances after that injury back in early 2017.Record-Breaking NumbersBut it was not always like that. When Baba Rahman transferred...
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