Graham Potter is under immense pressure from Chelsea higher-ups after their recent loss. Chelsea lost yet another match on Thursday night. Graham Potter’s side were beaten 2-1 by Fulham as pressure on the Chelsea boss increases. This means that the Blues have only won one match in their last nine games. This season is quickly turning grim for the Blues. The fans had hoped that the Blues will be back in their winning form after the World Cup. But things were a bit underwhelming for the Chelsea fans. Chelsea had a disappointing start to 2023 as they drew their first Graham Potter is now being questioned by the fans as to when he is going to show up some results in the games.
Fabrizio Romano gives an update on Graham Potter’s position
Chelsea are currently sitting 10th in the Premier League table. Furthermore, they are also out of both domestic cups. All this led to Chelsea fans singing the names of former Chelsea owners Roman Abramovich and Thomas Tuchel. Over recent weeks, Chelsea fans have been losing their patience with Graham Potter. Despite all that, the Blues owners are still going to stick with Potter for now. They are said to continue to back Potter, who they choose over Tuchel. Fabrizio Romano have provided an update on this matter. The transfer guru stated,
“As of now, Chelsea are still protecting their manager Graham Potter. There is no change in their position – this is as of a few minutes after the defeat to Fulham last night. There were contacts with both Mauricio Pochettino and Potter when Chelsea decided to replace Thomas Tuchel, but Potter was the top priority.”
He wrote in his daily column that Graham Potter is assured by the owners about his position in the club. He also mentioned how Chelsea were interested in signing Mauricio Pochettino after they sacked Tuchel. With increasing injuries of the players and new suspension problems, Potter is likely to buy more time for himself. The Chelsea manager must start to show some results if he wishes for the owners to back him up for a long time.
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