Written by Albert Echatah
After drawing with Bournemouth, Chelsea fans were jeered off by the crowd, which Mauricio Pochettino believes doesn’t change the way he coaches his players.
At the Vitality on Sunday, a team who has yet to win in the Premier League this year and one that Chelsea was heavily predicted to defeat held them to a scoreless tie.
The Blues put on a fairly lackluster display and missed several excellent scoring opportunities. Pochettino criticized his full-backs but praised struggling star Mykhailo Mudryk. After just one league victory in their first five games, away supporters booed their side off the field at the final whistle.
In response to a question regarding the jeers, Pochettino showed a little less sympathy and said that his team was doing the best they could in trying circumstances.
He said: ‘I think the fans know if you invest the type of money people create in the media, okay, it is true, but this is expectation. If you don’t win it is normal that the fans are not happy. But what i can tell the fans is the circumstance, that we cannot change, the reality we cannot change.
‘We have too many players [out], of course we are a team that will be strong if we are all together. Even Manchester City, Arsenal, all the teams, with a normal circumstance with all the squad fit of course can compete for everything
‘We are not going to change the way we are doing things and then we have our opinion, our reality. We assess the team and in our opinion, our reality, in our circumstance, we are doing very, very good things, more than people can expect.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said that it could take Wataru Endo a while to get used to the Premier League.
Wataru Endo may need some time to adjust to playing in the Premier League and to the higher level at Anfield, according to Jurgen Klopp, who spoke to Liverpool’s official website.
Endo transferred from VfB Stuttgart to Liverpool during the summer transfer period. The Premier League team reportedly paid £16.2 million in transfer fees for the defensive midfielder, according to Sky Sports.
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