Todd Boehly has been instructed to decide whether to fire Mauricio Pochettino as Aston Villa

At Stamford Bridge, the visiting Aston Villa supporters cheered their team’s 1-0 victory over Chelsea.

During Sunday afternoon’s match between Aston Villa and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the Villans’ fans reportedly told Mauricio Pochettino that manager would be fired “in the morning.” Ollie Watkins scored his first Premier League goal of the year to lead Unai Emery’s team to a 1-0 victory over the Blues.

Following dismal defeats against Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth, Mauricio Pochettino was under pressure to lead Chelsea back to winning ways going into the match. Just before the international break, Steve Cooper’s team took all three points from the west Londoners, and two weeks later, the Cherries held the Blues to a scoreless stalemate.

Pochettino was questioned about his frustration with Chelsea’s previous performances before the Villa game. I am not frustrated because I believe the squad is doing well, the 51-year-old responded. We are unable to criticize the team’s performance despite the absence of many important players.

“I am upset because many teams with less talent score more, in my opinion. We feel horrible because of this. The athletes merit better. The only way to get what we want is to keep trying, keep playing, keep acting morally, and keep doing it over and over again.

Before the Villa game, Pochettino was asked about his dissatisfaction with Chelsea’s prior performances. The 51-year-old replied, “I am not frustrated because I think the team is performing well. Despite the absence of numerous significant players, we are unable to fault the team’s performance.

“I am angry because, in my opinion, many teams with less talent score more. We feel awful as a result of this. Better is due to the athletes. We must keep attempting, playing, acting morally, and repeating these actions in order to achieve our goals.While Boehly might be in favor of Pochettino’s work at Stamford Bridge, the visiting Villa supporters made their opinions about the Chelsea manager known and told him that he would be fired. Now, the Blues co-owner must choose whether to stick or twist.






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