Chelsea fan favourite says Graham Potter’s ability as a coach “is definitely not questionable”

Things are just going from terrible to absolutely hideous at Chelsea Football Club right now as another loss stacks up.

Chelsea lost 2-0 to Tottenham in Sunday’s lunchtime Premier League game yesterday, and once again, the defeat was greeted by anger from Chelsea fans, who are once again demanding that Graham Potter is sacked as head coach.

Sources: Todd Boehly’s reaction when Harry Kane scored Tottenham’s second goal yesterday!

Anything can happen in the coming hours and days, but the immediate feel is that the club are not about to sack Potter yet, still.

And Reece James, who is adored by the fanbase and donned the captains armband yesterday when Thiago Silva went off injured, is publicly backing Potter after the game, just like Enzo Fernandez did last week as well.

James says that Potter’s ability as a coach cannot be questioned, and it is not being questioned by the players or those inside the club right now, in some words picked up by WAGNH.

James said: “We’re all on the same page, we’re sticking together and that’s a big positive. [Potter] is in a similar position to us players — we’re the ones out there on the pitch performing — so just as much stick he gets the players are playing as well, we’re in it together.

“Everyone has seen how good of a manager he is. That showed when he was at Brighton and they were in and around top four. His ability is definitely not questionable.

“[And] it’s not like we’re not trying, we’re giving it our all but results are simply not going our way at the moment. It’s not like the players are sacking it, or anything like this, we’re working hard, it’s just results are not falling our way at the moment.”


  1. Be that as it may. The players themselves must show a strong will and a strong desire to be on the Team in their performances The current performances does not reflect that. There is a disconnection. The question is why and how do you as a player move forward dealing with it.

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