Graham Potter was appointed as the new Chelsea manager to replace the sacked Thomas Tuchel earlier this season, but after 18 games in charge across all competitions, Chelsea have won 8, drawn 4, and lost 6.
Chelsea has been eliminated from both the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup this season, despite reaching the finals of both competitions last season under Thomas Tuchel. They are currently tenth in the Premier League table, 10 points behind fourth-placed Manchester United.
Chelsea has only won one of their last seven games, which was a recent victory over struggling Bournemouth. Chelsea supporters are growing increasingly skeptical of their club manager, with some calling for Graham Potter to be fired immediately.
We will write about the reasons why Graham Potter could be fired by the Chelsea owners soon.
1. Revolt in the Dressing Room
It may be too early to consider a dressing room revolt against the manager, but the consistent defeats and lack of a clear pattern of play may cause the players to lose faith in Graham Potter’s managerial abilities, leading to a revolt against him.
There hasn’t been a clear pattern or formation in which the team has played since Graham Potter took over as Chelsea manager. Although Potter may still be looking for the best tactics for the team, the fans are growing impatient due to the team’s poor performance thus far.
Players like Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who was substituted out of the game against Manchester City after being introduced earlier in the game, and Jorginho, who started the same game on the bench, are players who could spark a dressing room revolt due to their dissatisfaction with how things are currently going.
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2. Consistently Poor Results
Chelsea’s next three games would be away at Fulham, another London derby against Crystal Palace, and a home game against Arsenal.
Chelsea’s next three games are away at Fulham, a London derby against Crystal Palace, and a trip to Anfield to face Liverpool. A further loss of points in Chelsea’s remaining three games in January could force the owners to consider firing the manager.
To keep his job, Graham Potter would have to find a way to get good results for the team in those three games.