Chelsea’s £1bn squad looks threadbare in Bournemouth stalemate

Chelsea’s £1bn squad looks threadbare in Bournemouth stalemate

At the least the children have been spared the indignity of being jeered by the travelling supporters. Those that featured within the sport weren’t so fortunate, as Chelsea’s followers vocalised their anger for the second consecutive match. As was the case towards Nottingham Forest earlier than the worldwide break, the ultimate whistle triggered boos from these in blue.

On the finish, Ben Chilwell appeared to subject an apologetic gesture in the direction of these livid followers. With each arms held up, he moved tentatively within the path of the away finish. Lots of the Chelsea supporters, it should be stated, didn’t reply kindly. Chilwell quickly turned again.

“In the event you don’t win it’s regular that the followers are usually not joyful,” stated Pochettino. “However what I can inform the followers is the circumstance that we can’t change, the truth that we can’t change. We have now too many gamers [out]. We might be robust if we’re all collectively.

“Even Manchester Metropolis, Arsenal, all of the groups, with all of the squad match after all they will compete for every part. Why is it completely different for us? We don’t have all of the squad accessible from the start of the season. What can we do? The followers can do no matter they need. We all know what we have to do, we’re robust in our perception. We have now had dangerous luck.

“We had 12 injured right now. OK, am I going to cry? Am I going to complain? I want to just accept this problem and preserve being constructive. Our actuality, in our circumstance, is that we’re doing very, excellent issues. Greater than individuals can count on.”

It has been a very joyless begin to the season for Chelsea and this was one other joyless consequence. With so many star gamers at present nursing accidents — Moises Caicedo, Marc Cucurella and Noni Madueke are the most recent to be struck down — there was no selection of their play and never a lot invention, both.


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