DEVASTATING NEWS Reports coming from Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea star man Thiago Silva has officially told the club he is leaving despite their 3:2 win against Luton Town, It is said he’s not in support of Pochettino tactics he doesn’t see the club going far with him . Chelsea defender Thiago Silva was visibly unhappy at the close of the Blues’ 3-2 victory over Luton at Kenilworth Road. Pochettino also confirmed it that the player wants to leave he said ” is always moaning and never happy – and I understand i have tried talking to him but his mind is made up there’s i can do.” Thiago Silva FUMES after Chelsea’s 3-2 win against Luton, brushes off a cameraman and lays into Enzo Fernandez.


Thiago Silva, the Chelsea defender, visibly expressed dissatisfaction following the Blues’ 3-2 triumph against Luton at Kenilworth Road. Initially, Mauricio Pochettino’s team seemed poised for a comfortable Premier League victory, leading 3-0 after 70 minutes courtesy of Cole Palmer’s second goal. However, late goals from Ross Barkley and Elijah Adebayo cast uncertainty over the result, leaving Silva perturbed by the close call and even shooing away a cameraman who encroached onto the pitch post-match.

The 39-year-old defender engaged in a discussion with Enzo Fernandez, expressing his discontent, while captain Conor Gallagher was nearby during the conversation. Pochettino provided insight into Silva’s post-game frustrations, highlighting the positive impact of his constant dissatisfaction on the team’s performance.

Speaking to footballwave, Pochettino described Silva’s perpetual state of discontent, portraying it as a beneficial trait. Despite Silva’s age, Pochettino emphasized the player’s consistent drive for improvement and his display of emotions, signifying his dedication to contributing to the team’s success.

Pochettino praised Silva’s exceptional performance, marveling at how the 39-year-old displays a level of play akin to that of a much younger player. The victory marked a rare occurrence of consecutive wins for Chelsea, a struggling London club currently positioned 10th in the league, trailing 12 points behind the top four, just beyond the midpoint of the season.

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