Fans demand return of highly rated former Chelsea and African legend to solve goal problem under Graham Potter
- Chelsea has been struggling for their forward and inability to score more goal
- Aubameyang and Sterling were signed by for former Thomas Tuchel as solutions but not solved yet
- Fans has demanded return of former Chelsea legend to help Graham solve goal issues in Chelsea
Chelsea is recently among the club without good finishing which is is resulting into lack of many goals from the club
The club recently sacked the coach of the fans, Thomas Tuchel for not winning their first Champions League group stage match against Zagreb
Chelsea’s new co-owners Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali have began their reign, following the collapse of the Roman Abramovich administration earlier in the year, with a £250million transfer window and the sacking of their fan favourite manager.
Chelsea have officially announced their new head coach Graham Potter after an agreement was made with Brighton and Hove Albion on Thursday, costing the Blues £20million in compensation.
Potter replaces Thomas Tuchel following the German’s shocking dismissal on Wednesday, and is expected to take charge of the match versus Fulham on the weekend, despite only meeting his players less than 48 hours before.
Thomas Tuchel wasn’t able to build a working relationship with Boehly after multiple disagreements regarding transfers and how they each believes the club should be run created irreversible tension between the pair.
After the news of Tuchel’s sacking broke, there were a lot of names swimming around the rumour mill as to who would succeed him, but the club’s new owners had been set on the Englishman from the beginning.
Thomas Tuchel’s dismissal came as a huge shock to Chelsea supporters, who assumed a summer of blind backing from new chairman Todd Boehly, would signal that he trusted their head coach to get them through a poor start to the season.
But not 24 hours after the defeat against Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League. the German was sacked, and then a day after that, his replacement Graham Potter was announced.
According to a report from The Athletic, Boehly described Tuchel as a ‘nightmare to work with’ to another league executive, with disagreements over transfers and their contrasting views on how the club should be run.
Thomas Tuchel leaving Chelsea also meant the departure of his assistants Zsolt Low and Arno Michels, allowing space for Potter to bring his assistant Billy Reid, with whom he has worked with since joining Swedish side Östersund in 2013.
Graham Potter led his first training session as the new Chelsea manager today despite their upcoming game against Fulham being postponed after the passing of Queen Elizabeth The Second.
The English manager has continued training as the Blues host RB Salzburg at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday in Chelsea’s second game of the Champions League group stages.
Potter will have to try and get the team to bounce back after their recent 1-0 loss to Dinamo Zagreb under Thomas Tuchel’s management in Chelsea’s first European match of the season.
But in a surprising turn of events, Potter has not only brought Reid, but also first-team coaches Bjorn Hamberg and Bruno, goalkeeping coach Ben Roberts and assistant head of recruitment Kyle Macaulay – all from Brighton – which emphasises Potter’s intent to reinvent the Chelsea team from the goalkeeper all the way up to the forward line.
Despite new Chelsea manager coming in with assistants and recruitment manager, fans had demanded that Boehly should consider appointing Didier Drogba as technical and perfomance Advisor to make things easier for transfer targets
Didier Drogba scored 157 goals in 341 appearances in his first eight-year spell at Chelsea and added another seven in 40 when he returned for one more season, cementing his place as the club’s fourth all-time highest scorer.
His 36 goals in European competition is a Chelsea record and his incredible nine strikes in nine cup finals contributed immensely to the most successful period in the club’s history.
He won four Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups and, in the most dramatic and glorious of circumstances, the Champions League. He was named Chelsea’s Player of the Year and Players’ Player of the Year and won the Premier League Golden Boot twice.
During his Chelsea career he had a very good claim to be called the world’s finest centre-forward.
The Chelsea legend is a die blue and understand what’s the club is going through, If Cech did it ,why can Didier get same opportunity despite he seriously spoke of solving issues regarding Chelsea’s strikers