BREAKING NEWS: New “issues” in the Chelsea dressing room arise, Enzo Fernandez is “irritated” with his teammates


Despite not yet being a part of a winning team, Enzo Fernandez has excelled since breaking records by joining Chelsea from Benfica on deadline day.

In addition to admitting concern for Chelsea, former Aston Villa star Gabriel Agbonlahor asserted that Enzo Fernandez “looks annoyed” at his teammates…..CONTINUE READING

In their previous 11 games across all competitions, Graham Potter’s team has only one victory, and on Sunday, they were humiliated 2-0 by London rivals Tottenham. With 14 games remaining, it was a result that left the Blues mired in 10th place and enormously 14 points behind the spots in the Champions League.

Actually, with Chelsea 13 points ahead of the Saints in the Premier League standings, the Blues are now closer to Southampton in 20th place than the top four. Due to their poor recent results, the club’s supporters have increased their pressure on Potter, and Agbonlahor is worried about the direction the Blues are taking.

The players’ body language worries me, Agbonlahor said on talkSPORT. Havertz does nothing because he is unable to hold up the play as a 9 or create as a 10.

Sterling runs the entire game without touching the ball. Enzo, who has been fantastic, appears irritated with his teammates. They simply don’t relate to one another. “.

Since being acquired from Benfica for £106 million in the January transfer window, Fernandez has played in five games, losing three and drawing two of them. On February 3, he made his debut in the 0-0 draw with Fulham. The following day, in the 1-1 draw with West Ham, he contributed his first assist.

Chelsea added seven more players in January, but despite their £300 million spending spree, Potter hasn’t been able to maximize the potential of every one of them. Fans have been critical of the 47-year-old quite a bit, but analysts have also voiced their opinions regarding the performance of the Blues…..CONTINUE READING

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