Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Jackson SHUTDOWN Critics OVER His Chelsea PERFORMANCE!

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Nicolas Jackson has come out strong shutting down critics over his Chelsea performance this season, MySportDab reports.

The forward has seen his time in the Premier League filled with heavy criticism which has been labeled on him.

Nicolas Jackson has been trolled by both some Chelsea faithful and others due to his lack of converting opportunities when he gets them.

The player from his end haven’t been that bad based on the situation on the ground with Chelsea who are struggling to create results.

The Senegalese International is currently the highest goal scorer this season under Mauricio Pochettino who is still fighting to make changes.

Nicolas Jackson already has a hat trick to his name which came against Tottenham in a match that ended 4-1 with the Blues sinking Spurs.

Reports coming through from Fabrizio Romano confirmed Jackson’s comments shutting down criticism faced him despite it being his first season in England.

Here Is What He Said:

“It’s my first season so I am happy, although everybody is talking s*** – I am very happy, I don’t care what people say”.

“It is just people who don’t know about football”.

“I will just continue to play more games and score more goals”.

Chelsea this season have not been that good with their performance which sees them already staying 10th in the Premier League.

Their situation has not improved as they continue to blow hot and very cold this season under a new manager who is trying his best.

Mauricio Pochettino has also been receiving heavy criticism same as Jackson as many believed his job could be on the line like Graham Potter.

Nicolas Jackson is full of confidence in what he can do, and his recent comments have shutdown talks being thrown at him for not being consistent with his performance and goals.

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