Following Chelsea’s 4-0 FA Cup defeat to Manchester City, Chelsea fans demanded the return of Roman Abramovich and Thomas Tuchel.
Chelsea have already been eliminated from the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup, and the Blues are currently tenth in the Premier League.
Graham Potter, who took over after Tuchel was fired in September, admitted he sympathizes with Chelsea fans.
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“Clearly, we’re in pain, and it’s not pleasant,” Potter explained. “All we can do is do our jobs better and work harder.
“We understand the fans’ frustration, and we respect it. Because the results have not been favorable, there will always be opposing views and criticism.
We’re having a bad time, and when that happens, you need something to blame. We must stick together and continue to work.“