Chelsea will not let Graham Potter go and sees the manager as a long-term project despite his struggles in the Premier League

Gra­ham Pot­ter won’t be sacked as Chelsea man­ag­er despite strug­gling in the Pre­mier League.

The pres­sure is on for the for­mer Brighton man­ag­er, who took over from Thomas Tuchel in September.

His side have won just two of their 13 league games since Octo­ber, with only the Cham­pi­ons League to win.

Sat­ur­day’s 1–1 draw with West Ham left the Blues ninth in the stand­ings, 10 points off the top four.

But accord­ing to The Ath­let­ic, Chelsea’s new board, led by Todd Bai­ley, will not sack Pot­ter this sea­son, even if the club miss out on qual­i­fy­ing for the Cham­pi­ons League next sea­son. matter.

Stam­ford Bridge boss­es are aware that Pot­ter has come to the team with a num­ber of new play­ers dur­ing the sea­son and believe it will take time to get the best out of them.

Also, Boley and the rest of the man­age­ment rec­og­nize that Pot­ter’s project is a long-term vision, giv­ing Pot­ter time to devel­op and shape the team as he wishes.

Mikel Arte­ta has been a cred­i­ble fig­ure dur­ing dif­fi­cult times at Arsenal.

Chelsea are now envi­sion­ing a sim­i­lar approach in West Lon­don, keep­ing Pot­ter in charge for years instead of months.

The Blues have sev­en new sign­ings in the squad that arrived in Jan­u­ary, includ­ing record heavy­weight Enzo Fernandez.

Chelsea’s boss­es rec­og­nize that the two won’t get along right away, but keep­ing Pot­ter on the job for a long peri­od of time, even if it leaves fans frus­trat­ed now, will help boost future suc­cess. is the best strat­e­gy for

Fans were angry and booed at the Lon­don Sta­di­um on Sat­ur­day, espe­cial­ly at Marc Cucurel­la’s performance.

Joe Cole even crit­i­cized Pot­ter for not boo­ing the ref­er­ee when Chelsea denied a sec­ond-half penal­ty after a Thomas Soucek hand­ball in the box.

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