Mauricio Pochettino has defended the club’s hierarchy after a tumultuous start to the season.
Chelsea has brought in Mauricio Pochettino over the summer replacing Frank Lampard who was the caretaker manager towards the very end of the last campaign.
Todd Boehly took ownership of the Blues in 2022 and his tenure has now spanned over three transfer windows spending more than £1billion on fees for new players.
The club is currently languishing 11th in the league table with just three wins in their opening 10 games of the season.
The Argentine boss explains that mistakes have been made in the past and he is determined to turn things around at Stamford Bridge.
“Things that go against you, you have to try to resist them and try to survive,” Pochettino told reporters.
“You have to be quiet and be strong. And not to lose your balance, because it is easy to blame or say something that is going to affect other people and lead to division in the club.
“To help the organisation to be better and to improve, and not to make the same mistakes again. The most important thing is to learn from the mistakes.”
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