Chelsea’s Pochettino Faces Uncertain Future After EFL Cup Final Loss As Ben Mee Suffers Injury

Written By Albert Echatah

Chelsea are apparently unclear on the long-term future of head coach Mauricio Pochettino following the EFL Cup final defeat to Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.

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The Blues’ debut season under the Argentine manager offered them the opportunity to win a trophy when they faced Jurgen Klopp’s Reds at Wembley.

Both Chelsea and Liverpool had several excellent chances in normal time, but neither was able to break the deadlock within the allotted 90 minutes, hence extra time was needed in the match.

The Reds captain, Virgil van Dijk, once again rose from a corner to ensure his team’s 10th win in the competition, following the decision by VAR to rule out a similar header earlier in the match.

The Daily Mail claims that after his team’s failure to lead them to victory at Wembley over the weekend, Pochettino is facing an uncertain future at Chelsea.

According to the article, the head coach’s future at Stamford Bridge would be greatly affected by the Blues’ ability to make it to the European football league the following year.

The Europa Conference League playoff berth was at stake in Sunday’s EFL Cup final, but Chelsea will now need to find another way onto the continent.

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Ben Mee, a Brentford defender, had to leave the game during Monday’s 4-2 loss to West Ham United due to an injury. The Bees’ evening was disappointing as they lost for the ninth time in their previous eleven Premier League games.

At the London Stadium, England international Jarrod Bowen put Brentford on the back foot with two goals in the first seven minutes.

Even though Neal Maupay cut the lead in half in the thirteenth minute, Bowen went on to finish his hat-trick following the interval, and Emerson Palmieri gave West Ham a fourth goal shortly after.


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