Graham Potter still has the support of Chelsea owners

Chelsea boss Graham Potter has the full support of the club’s hierarchy. Although the results of his team’s competition is bad.

The Blues have won just two of their 14 games in all competitions. and lost to Southampton, the second team in the Premier League crowd at Stamford Bridge on Saturday

Potter’s expensively assembled side left the field amid full-time anger and boos. With some outcrying calls for the former Brighton manager to leave.

However, the PA news agency understands Potter still has the support of joint-controlled owners Todd Bohli and Behdad Egbali ahead of Sunday’s London derby at Tottenham.

It is understood that the focus remains on the long term. Bohly has approved a large transfer fee in the January window.

Saturday’s starting 11 featured five new players from the new line-up. And although Noni Madeeke, Enzo Fernandez and Joao Felix have shown promising moments in midfield Instead, they failed to reproduce the associative play they had shown in the past week.

Mykhailo Mudryk offered little when he came off the bench in the second half. While striker David Fofana doesn’t look like the answer to his team’s goal-scoring concerns in his full debut, it’s been a while.

Chelsea have only scored once in their last five games, with Felix giving them the lead in a 1-1 draw with West Ham United on February 11.

after losing to Southampton Potter has urged the club to sign new contracts to allow time to adjust in England.

“We have invested in young players. If you look at Enzo and Mudric who came to Duque,” he said. “They didn’t play that much. They are learning to play in the Premier League. We are working on a list of injured players. We have players coming back from injuries.

“All these things are true. Unfortunately, when you lose These are not things that people want to hear.

“I know my qualities and what I’ve done in my career. But I also understand that when the outcome of a match isn’t the way you want it to be. You’re open to criticism and that’s fair.”

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