Chelsea continues where it ended. Mauricio Pochettino's team started the season very badly. The fans expected Chelsea to make a great result at Stamford Bridge in the match against Aston Villa. In the end, Chelsea lost 0-1, and they still have a tough fight until the very end.
After the match, Pochettino commented on the feelings of the owners who invested huge money in this team; 'Give me time because I didn’t see them after the game. They are disappointed they are so excited to build some project but of course they feel disappointed.
But at the same time they need to support the plan.’- Pochettino said, as quoted by METRO! Mauricio was happy with his team's performance until the red card.
‘I am just disappointed. I think we were the better team until the red card.'
Mauricio Pochettino on his team: The team has given everything
Pochettino emphasized that his team must work hard if they want to be on the winning track. This situation within the team cannot make anyone happy, especially not the owners of Chelsea.
The question is how long the Argentinian will remain on the team's bench, but it seems that the management still has confidence in him. A lot of money was invested, and a lot of reinforcements arrived. All that remained was for them to start with victories.
If something doesn't change soon, it's hard to be optimistic for Chelsea. ‘The team has given everything, we need to keep working. To play with 10 men is always difficult but the team worked hard. We need to change the situation, the only way I know we can change the situation is by working really hard.
We are confident in the way we perform. The only thing we are missing is scoring. If we keep working hard we will change.’ The focus is on the next challenges and improving the form!
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