The club probably wasn’t expecting this when they took the risky step of replacing the seasoned and well-liked Thomas Tuchel with Graham Potter earlier this season.
In the penultimate round of Premier League games before the World Cup yesterday, Chelsea’s dismal run of play continued with a 1-0 loss away to Newcastle United.
It appears that Potter is struggling to adjust to leading a side like Chelsea after overseeing them for five league games without a win and three straight losses in all competitions.
It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that Chelsea’s new project is taking some time to get off the ground, Romano argued in his exclusive CaughtOffside essay.
Since Todd Boehly acquired the west London giants earlier this year, a lot has changed within the company in other areas.
Thomas Tuchel send strong message to his Chelsea Successor Graham Potter
In response to Chelsea’s troubles, Romano said:
“Yesterday was another Chelsea performance and outcome that was awful, but I wouldn’t draw any immediate conclusions about this new endeavor.