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No Blues regrets for Sinclair

Winger feels Chelsea youngsters do not get enough chances

Last Updated: 20/09/11 9:02am

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Sinclair: Happy to be playing regularly at Swansea after leaving Chelsea last summer

Sinclair: Happy to be playing regularly at Swansea after leaving Chelsea last summer

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Scott Sinclair is adamant that he made the right decision to leave Chelsea for Swansea as he does not believe youngsters get much of a chance at Stamford Bridge.

Sinclair spent five years with the Blues earlier in his career but was only granted limited opportunities to impress and had several loan spells elsewhere.

He joined Swansea on a permanent basis last summer and thinks the move has really accelerated his development.

The winger, 22, insists that he has no regrets about making the switch to Wales and has warned the young players still at Chelsea they face a tough challenge to play regularly.

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"Would I have got a chance at Chelsea under Andre Villas-Boas?" Sinclair, who is set to line up against his former club this Saturday, said in The Sun.

"It depends what you mean by chance. To me, 10 minutes here and there is not a chance.

"A chance is playing week in, week out.

"They have some great quality youngsters but it's very difficult for them to get in."

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