Mauricio Pochettino on Chelsea: Unfair Judgements

Mauricio Pochettino on Chelsea: Unfair Judgements
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Mauricio Pochettino, the head coach of Chelsea, has maintained that his team should be assessed more fairly than they were during the 2023–24 campaign.

With Todd Boehly and Clearlake’s Capital’s unrelenting transfer market expenditure, Pochettino, in his debut season in the Blues dugout, is expected to try to achieve a return to continental competition.

The co-owners are currently not getting value for their money, with Chelsea sitting in 11th place in the Premier League rankings heading into Monday’s potentially crucial matchup with Newcastle United.

Mauricio Pochettino on Chelsea: Unfair Judgements

Pochettino’s long-term future at Stamford Bridge is a matter of continual discussion, despite the fact that the West Londoners made it to the EFL Cup final, which they ultimately lost.

Supporters of the team have also voiced their disapproval, with some urging for the Argentine to be fired throughout a number of games, most notably in the match against Brentford on March 2.

Pochettino was not shy in expressing his dissatisfaction at not being able to build on having a 1-0 lead at halftime, but he has already moved past the jeers that were directed at him during that match.

In remarks made prior to Monday night’s match against the Magpies, Pochettino expressed the opinion that part of the criticism levelled at him and his team is unjustified, believing that they shouldn’t be compared to Chelsea’s winning teams from the previous 20 years.

Pochettino stated, as cited by BBC Sport: “People need to understand that when you compare with the past, you are in a different project. I’ve attempted to clarify. I speak and gesture, but you are not listening.

“We comprehend the outrage and the response. We must work to enhance our performance and alter this emotion.

In order to win the game on Monday, we need the support of our fans, and we hope that they will be there for the entire 90 minutes. 

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“The fans don’t know,” he continued. The players are so young, competing in a final at Wembley.

Perhaps they had not slept the previous night. There are situations when analysing using several parameters and your assessment method is wholly unjust.

“The Chelsea of today is not the same. Nobody will win if you compare our past to Chelsea’s history in order to criticise us. Nobody will be successful. Nobody is going to treat you well.”

In his 37 games in management, Pochettino has led Chelsea to 17 victories, 8 draws, and 12 losses. On Sunday, Chelsea will play Leicester City in the FA Cup quarter final.

Following Pochettino’s confirmation of problems with Levi Colwill, Ben Chilwell, and Conor Gallagher during Thursday’s news conference, Chelsea will probably be missing three more of their star players for their match against Newcastle.

Mauricio Pochettino on Chelsea: Unfair Judgements

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