BREAKING NEWS: coming from Stamford Bridge, Chelsea star terrible leaves poch fuming. Chelsea continues their win run where the defeated Nottingham Forest 3:2 yesterday. He said ” I can’t believe he will be that lazy he’s on of the reasons I receive backlash from the fans, He will never start for Chelsea again after his poor performance that cost us the first and Second Goal”. Pochettino has informed Chelsea Star that he will never start any game for Chelsea again after poor performance against Nottingham Forest.


After Chelsea’s exhilarating triumph over Nottingham Forest, there have been widespread calls for Mauricio Pochettino to consider benching Nicolas Jackson, the team’s striker.

Following Mykhailo Mudryk’s early goal at the City Ground, Willy Boly and former Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi propelled Forest ahead, plunging the Blues into a disheartening defeat.

With only two games remaining, Pochettino’s side faced a deadlock against sixth-place Newcastle United, ultimately clinching a nail-biting victory with two goals in the final ten minutes.

A mere two minutes after Raheem Sterling’s equalizer, Jackson capitalized on an enticing cross from Chelsea captain Reece James, heading home the winning goal against Forest.

However, Jackson’s performance at the City Ground has come under scrutiny, with former England winger Chris Waddle suggesting that Chelsea should consider acquiring a new striker in the summer transfer window.

Jackson has tallied 14 goals in 33 Premier League appearances this season, and his exuberant celebration with the away supporters following his goal against Forest was notable.

In the aftermath of the enthralling Premier League encounter, Waddle remarked on BBC Radio 5 Live, “Chelsea possesses talent and some very fine players.” Yet, despite the plethora of options available for the upcoming season, they unquestionably require a proficient goal scorer.

Waddle opined, “Nicolas Jackson’s debut season at Stamford Bridge hasn’t gone well.” He further emphasized the necessity for Chelsea to bolster their attacking prowess in order to compete for a top-four finish next season.

During halftime, Waddle continued to criticize Jackson, suggesting that Chelsea appeared devoid of a focal point in attack due to his lackluster performance.

Reflecting on Chelsea’s dramatic comeback victory over Nottingham Forest, Pochettino commended his team’s unwavering belief and fighting spirit, emphasizing the essence of resilience in football.

Pochettino stated, “The best thing is how we always believe until the end—football is about fighting.” He expressed satisfaction with his team’s resurgence, highlighting the impactful contributions of substitutes off the bench. The club aimed to conclude the season on a strong note to potentially lay the groundwork for a successful campaign ahead.

Nottingham Forest’s relegation from the Premier League seemed all but certain, with Burnley and Luton Town enduring crushing defeats earlier in the day, thereby virtually securing Forest’s top-flight status for the following season.

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