Graham Potter admits he “hasn’t done enough at Chelsea to have too much good faith” after defeat vs Tottenham

Graham Potter has spoken about his incapability to compete against the standard of other teams as Chelsea is now more and more concerned about their existence.

Chelsea has been awful this season after continuously losing points in the Premier League as they have only a solitary win in their last 10 matches across all competitions.

Since Todd Boehly has taken over from Roman Abrahamovic, Chelsea lost the spark on the field despite investing skyrocketing in the transfer market.

Chelsea spent more money in this transfer window than any other team could spend over one year period but the results are shameful and when asked about the owner’s loyalty, Potter said, “There’s always that question, absolutely.”

“You can’t stop that question while the results are like there are and I accept it. It is part of the job. We were talking before the game about watching [the Amazon documentary] All or Nothing and Arsenal. Two years into Mikel’s reign he’s close to getting the sack, people wanted him out and it is a disaster.”- Graham Potter further added.

Chelsea is closest to the relegation battle than the UCL spot as there is a mile gap between Potter’s side and fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur sums up the disaster the London club is facing.

“My job is not to worry too much about that. I understand the question and where it comes from. I just try to focus on the team, and keep supporting the players because I really like these players. They are good lads, they want to do better, they want to win but at the moment we are suffering. That’s my responsibility.”- Chelsea’s manager continued.

Graham Potter has accepted his failure and admits “he hasn’t done enough” for Chelsea to shine on the biggest occasions but has his faith in his players to improve their position.

The English-born manager wants more time to settle as he drew on the Jurgen Klopp situation at Liverpool and where Mikel Arteta was at Arsenal one or two seasons ago and how the management supported them.

“Obviously now, things have changed a little bit. That’s just the way it is. Look at Jurgen’s situation. He doesn’t get results and all of a sudden people want him out. That’s just the nature of football. I haven’t done enough at this club to have too much good faith and I also accept that as well.”- Potter concluded.


Salah Uddin Rafi

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Sports Content Writer. Covering F1, Tennis, Naskar and mostly Soccer. Graduated from Jahangirnagar University. A game of football is relentlessly uncompromised because passion runs thick through the veins.


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