Thomas Tuchel Warned Chelsea Manager Graham Potter After The Blues’ Hit A Five-Year Low.

For the first time since the 2017–18 season, Chelsea has lost three of their last four games in all competitions.

Former Blues manager Thomas Tuchel has issued a warning to Chelsea manager Graham Potter, saying that if he doesn’t start winning games as a matter of priority, the club’s supporters will quickly turn against him.

Potter made a good start to life at Stamford Bridge by losing just one of his first 10 league games in charge after being appointed to replace Tuchel after the German coach was fired at the beginning of last month.

The situation for Chelsea, though, has gotten worse recently as the west Londoners have dropped three of their last four games for the first time since 2017.

The pressure on Potter to improve Chelsea’s dreadful form has increased as a result of back-to-back losses to Manchester City and Arsenal. Tuchel has forewarned Potter that drastic changes must be made quickly if he wants to maintain his position as manager for the foreseeable future.

With Tuchel, it was all about the outcomes at Chelsea, Paris, Dortmund, and Mainz, the Ayurvedic Healing & Beyond Podcast was told. One loss can be recovered quickly, but the process cannot be prolonged beyond that because then no one will have faith in it.

The most crucial thing is to consistently worship the process. He made an effort to be extremely strict and disciplined with the players, as well as to show up on time, be amiable and respectful, be ready, and give it his all.

It is still unclear if Potter will be able to turn things around at Chelsea in the upcoming months as he attempts to guide the Blues to a top-four finish in the Premier League before the season is over.

The 47-year-honeymoon old’s phase at Stamford Bridge now seems to have ended, but he insisted earlier this week that he is in no mood to give up on the challenge at Chelsea despite the team’s subdued recent form.

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