There’s no getting away from the fact Chelsea’s form under Graham Potter has not been what the fans hoped for when he took charge.
The Englishman left Brighton and Hove Albion when Chelsea came knocking after the Blues had sacked German coach Thomas Tuchel. It was not the perfect timing for Potter as he would likely have wanted to move on from Brighton at the end of a successful season.
He had to take the chance to prove himself though, and he is certainly finding it difficult.
Tuchel was sacked by Chelsea a day after losing 1-0 to Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League group stage. Potter…