Why Raheem Sterling Frustrated Under Graham Potter – Micah Richards

Arsenal beaten Chelsea at Stamford Bridge have cause a lot of controversy as the Blues fans still doubt if Chelsea can do well under Graham Potter to defeats Manchester City in the EFL match on Wednesday.

No doubt, for Arsenal’s win against Chelsea in the weekend didn’t sound well, as former Manchester City player, Micah Richards, as it give more advantage to Arsenal to sets 2 points in the premier league against Man City in the EPL table.

According to Richards, as he analysis Chelsea and Arsenal game last weekend, he specifically specialise on former City’s player, Raheem Sterling and how his game has taken a decline under Graham Potter compared to when he was at Manchester City.

Raheem Sterling, now a forward for Chelsea, is allegedly lost and disillusioned under Chelsea manager Graham Potter, according to the former Manchester City defender Micah Richards.

After leaving Manchester City after seven years, Sterling signed a £50 million transfer deal to Stamford Bridge.

The England international’s Chelsea tenure has gotten off to a slow start, with just five goals scored in 18 games in all competitions for Potter’s team.

Sterling, according to Richards, is still figuring out how to play for Potter.

I still rate Raheem very highly, but he looks a little lost,” Richards told BBC Sport.

“It’s like he is a bit frustrated in terms of Chelsea’s set-up and, tactically, does not know what they want him to do.

“Raheem joined another top club in Chelsea, and it looked like the perfect move for him. But then they changed their manager, and we have all seen the upheaval that has followed.

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He (Richards) further added that:

The whole team are still figuring out how they play under Potter, so Sterling is not the only one who has to work that out.

“Using him in different positions has not helped. Ideally, I want to see him high and wide up the pitch, preferably on the left.”

Source: Lifestyle

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