Most Chelsea fans and national media have reportedly reacted to the club’s 2-0 loss to Aston Villa by demanding that the owners fire Graham Potter.
Graham Potter’s future at Chelsea is becoming increasingly uncertain following a 2-0 loss to Aston Villa.
Chelsea FC, on the other hand, has now slipped into the bottom half of the table, and any chance of clinching a European qualification spot through the Premier League appears to be out of reach with ten games remaining.
Here are some national media report on Mykhailo Mudryk and Graham Potter:
According to Mirror report,
“Mykhailo Mudryk’s start to life at Chelsea following his mega-money move in January has been far from ideal,” wrote Jacob Leeks for the Mirror. “In his eight games so far, the Ukrainian has only one assist and has failed to score.
“If his performance against Villa is any indication, his misery is far from over.” He passed up two big chances, including a one-on-one with Martinez, but could only deliver a shaky shot.
“The attacker also won only one ground duels and failed to complete a dribble before being replaced after 58 minutes.” Potter will have to go back to the drawing board to figure out how to make the most of his abilities.”
Watkins, on the other hand, could have put Villa ahead moments earlier had he not dragged his effort wide. Chelsea had their chances; Mykhailo Mudryk snuffed out two good chances, and Ben Chilwell had a goal disallowed for an adjudged foul on Ashley Young in the build-up.
“Performances were very poor,” as Mykhailo Mudryk squandered two big chances and Ben Chilwell had a goal disallowed for an adjudged foul on Ashley Young in the build-up.”
After Chelsea failed to capitalize on their opportunities, John McGinn rifled in a spectacular long-range strike. Despite the technical brilliance required to pull off such an effort, the Blues shot-stopper has been questioned.
Report, During yesterday’s game against Aston Villa, it was observed that;
“Graham Potter continues to be an uneasy fit for Chelsea, his team’s recent revival overshadowed by this latest defeat.
“At full-time, he was barracked loudly. His appointment appears to be a miscalculation in a club where turbulence is a given. Winning matches should be as well.
“Despite Chelsea’s spending spree, the second-city club has ambitions and their own venture-capital dollars to spend.” Since Emery’s arrival, they have collected more points than anyone else except Arsenal, Manchester City, and Manchester United.” MichelSportNews
According to Daily Mail Report
“Chelsea were booed off by some at half-time and all who remained at full-time, with the volume significantly increasing following Andrew Madley’s final whistle,” Adrian Kajumba of the Daily Mail wrote.
“Worse, after Villa doubled their lead early in the second half thanks to John McGinn’s fine drought-ending strike, a small pocket of home fans chanted ‘you don’t know what you’re doing’ towards Potter.”
“You’re getting sacked in the morning,” said a chorus from the Villa end. Worryingly for Potter, who witnessed a defensive gamble backfire for Villa’s first goal, a section of Chelsea fans also joined in.”