BREAKING NEWS: just in from Fabrizio Romano: “Your Career Is Over Here” – an official announcement by the owner of Chelsea this morning, following the team’s loss to Wolverhampton.

The loss to Wolves pretty much topped everything off, especially for Chelsea's away supporters who were playing on Christmas Eve afternoon.


Mauricio Pochettino’s team struggled without making significant noteworthy progress. This pattern has persisted throughout Pochettino’s tenure, resulting in his Blues side losing eight out of their 18 matches since the start of the 2023/24 season.

Despite owner Todd Boehly not reaping immediate benefits from his substantial investment, there’s a belief that he will grant Pochettino the time needed to reverse the team’s fortunes. However, it’s likely Boehly didn’t anticipate the extent of the struggles at the Bridge following a dismal conclusion to the 2022/23 campaign. Both Graham Potter and Frank Lampard failed to inspire a talented group of players, leading to their dismissals by Boehly.

Lampard, in particular, was viewed as a temporary solution, but he would have eagerly accepted a full-time role if offered. The combined efforts of Lampard, Potter, and Pochettino contributed to a regrettable club record: the most losses (19) in the English top-flight in 2023, as reported by footballwave.

This disappointing statistic places Chelsea among only three clubs in Europe’s top five leagues with a worse record in the calendar year. Consequently, those associated with Chelsea will undoubtedly be hopeful for a substantial improvement in 2024.

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