Pep Guardiola advises Todd Boehly to be patient with Graham Potter

During and after the game, Chelsea fans were furious with the team's performance and expressed their frustration by chanting the name of former coach Thomas Tuchel

by Faruk Imamovic
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Pep Guardiola advises Todd Boehly to be patient with Graham Potter

During and after the game, Chelsea fans were furious with the team's performance and expressed their frustration by chanting the name of former coach Thomas Tuchel. The fans are clearly disappointed with the recent string of poor results and are hoping for a change in the team's fortunes.

Manchester City ex-coach Pep Guardiola, on the other hand, had a different perspective on the situation. After the game, he took the opportunity to speak with Chelsea owner Todd Boehly and suggest that something should be done about the current coach, Graham Potter, in light of the team's disappointing results.

While the Chelsea fans are hoping for a change, it remains to be seen what the club will decide to do in response to the current situation. "I know in big clubs, results are important but I'd say give him time. "What he's done at Brighton is outstanding, but he's right, we need time in the first season.

I had [Lionel] Messi in Barcelona my first season so I didn't need two seasons because Messi was there. "Everyone needs it. To play against City, when we are at this level, it's not easy for any team."

Supporters' frustration and opinions

"We can't do anything apart from do our jobs better," said Potter, when asked about the chants in support of his predecessor Tuchel.

"We understand the supporters' frustration, we respect that. But we have to keep working. There are always other opinions and negative opinions because the results aren't positive. "I understand their frustration and when you look at the results and team performance today it is so far away from Manchester City.

That is clear. "We have to focus on the next match and stay together as a group and I am sure we will get the support of the supporters when they see good performances and good results." "The results in a small space of time aren't positive," Potter added.

"You can make excuses and look for reasons or say it isn't good enough. Both of those are correct. We are suffering as a club."

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