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Pochettino’s Chelsea Future In Doubt As Arsenal Humiliation Reignites ‘Sack’ Debate

Written By Albert Echatah

According to reports, Chelsea haven’t decided whether to keep or part ways with Mauricio Pochettino at the end of the campaign.


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Graham Potter was permanently replaced at Stamford Bridge by Argentine manager Pochettino, who has performed better than the former.

The Blues are still in the running to qualify for a European competition thanks to their Premier League standing. They have already advanced to the final of the EFL Cup and the FA Cup semi-final.

But the London giants eight-game winning streak in the top flight was abruptly stopped by Tuesday’s 5-0 loss to Arsenal, which dropped them to outsiders for seventh place.

The Chelsea board are still undecided about what to do in the summer, according to The Telegraph. That appears to be the result of both positive and negative aspects of his rule, with pressure purportedly building in some places due to his choices.

However, it’s also supposedly acknowledged that the Argentine shouldn’t be held entirely responsible for Chelsea’s inconsistent play. According to the report, Chelsea are open to sticking with Pochettino through the whole season, no matter how they perform.

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Meanwhile…

Three Premier League clubs are allegedly interested in Swansea City teenager Sam Parker before the summer transfer window opens.

This season, the 17-year-old has experienced senior football for the first time in South Wales, helping the Swans through a challenging campaign.

Parker has made appearances for Swansea in two Championship games, beginning in December and January against Birmingham City and Coventry City, two teams from the West Midlands. In addition, the attacker was selected to start in the FA Cup third round match against League Two team Morecambe after setting up Charlie Patino’s first goal in a 2-0 victory.

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