Chelsea board members still hold their nerves on Potter after another disappointing defeat

Graham Potter won’t be fired by Chelsea’s owners tonight despite the Blues’ 2-0 loss to Spurs on Sunday

Ben Jacobs claims that the West London club’s board continues to have faith in the English coach and will exercise patience with respect to their long-term strategy with the former Brighton manager, Graham Potter.

Sunday’s 2-0 loss to Spurs by Chelsea was another poor showing from Graham Potter’s team, who are still having trouble scoring goals.

In his last 11 games, Potter has only managed one victory for Chelsea, who are presently 10th in the Premier League with dwindling chances of competing in a European tournament.

The trust Chelsea has placed in Graham Potter is commendable given the 47-year-impressive old’s coaching abilities at Brighton. There are many reasons why the English manager’s time in London has been so challenging. He has been thrust into a mess at Stamford Bridge.

If things don’t get worse over the upcoming few months, Potter should really be judged after preseason and the start of the upcoming season. Graham Potter gets some of the blame, no doubt.

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