DEVASTATING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Stamford Bridge on fire after Todd Boehly lashes out on Chelsea star in clubs dressing room. “HE Needs the leave my Club in Summer with immediate effect I don’t want to see them any longer – Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has instructed Pochettino to get Rid of FLOP player after sending Chelsea out of the FA Cup. According to reports club owner not happy with star after his terrible performance against Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-finals.


Social media has been ablaze with criticism directed at Nicholas Jackson following his missed opportunity to give Chelsea the lead against Manchester City. Despite his 13 goals across all competitions for Mauricio Pochettino’s side this season, the 22-year-old has encountered a challenging debut campaign in English football, marred by frequent missed chances.

Jackson’s struggles in front of goal have been a recurring issue throughout the season, and they were glaringly evident once again during the FA Cup semi-finals. In a pivotal moment around the half-hour mark, Enzo Fernandez expertly set up the Senegalese striker, surging forward from his own half to create a golden opportunity.

However, rather than pulling the trigger, Jackson hesitated, seemingly attempting to outsmart City’s Cole Palmer, only to be thwarted by Nathan Ake’s interception. This missed chance prompted a deluge of frustration from Chelsea supporters on social media, many of whom expressed their belief that the team urgently requires a new striker.

One fan lamented, “As brilliant as Jackson is, that’s probably why we’re in the market for a striker.” Another echoed similar sentiments, stating, “Jackson is so frustrating. He’s undeniably talented; I just can’t understand why he squanders these opportunities.”

A third supporter expressed disappointment, questioning, “Jackson, really? How did he miss that? It’s been costing us all season.”

Despite hopes for redemption in the second half, Jackson’s woes persisted. Conor Gallagher provided him with another chance, only for his curling effort to be blocked by Ortega. Moments later, Palmer delivered a precise cross to the striker, but Jackson’s header failed to trouble the City goalkeeper, sailing straight into his arms.

Overall, Jackson’s profligacy in front of goal has left Chelsea fans exasperated, highlighting the pressing need for clinical finishing and fueling speculation about potential reinforcements in the striking department.

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