I think it’s important we stick together and try to get through this tough period, because it really is a tough period, Chelsea coach Graham Potter says after a 2-1 defeat by Fulham on Thursday night.
Despite the 47-year-old being hired earlier in the season, the reasons for the Club’s boss Todd Boehly to make a change are growing.
Chelsea had gone into their match with Fulham looking to turn their terrible form around, but it turned into another shocking nigt with the hosts reigning supreme courtesy of goals from Willian and Carlos Vinicius.
Chelsea also saw Joao Felix dismissed on his debut, with the Portugal international now set to miss a month of action.
The result now means the Blues have won only one of their last nine games, with pressure consequently rising on Potter.