Pochettino REACTS ‘Why’ Over Pressure To RESIGN!

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Mauricio Pochettino’s job at Chelsea remains on the brink of collapsing as things remain shaky for now despite investments, MySportDab reports.

There are some beliefs that pressure is being mounted on the Blues manager to resign from his job which he has failed to make any difference.

Chelsea are backing Mauricio Pochettino for now to remain at Stamford Bridge despite having a worse record than Graham Potter who received an early sacking.

Things remain worse as they remain 11th on the Premier League table which is far away from hitting a possible top-four before the season’s end.

Things are not looking good with them looking to take on Newcastle United later tonight which they will be hoping they can seal all three points.

A win later tonight won’t make any difference when it comes to their position on the table, they will only narrow the points between them and the 10th position.

Mauricio Pochettino is not a man with peace of mind as the news continues to fly around concerning his job which isn’t assured based on his performance which is also not changing.

According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed a comment from the Chelsea boss concerning news of him resigning from his job as coach.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Pochettino on considering quitting as Chelsea manager: “No, no, no. Why? Never”.

“You need to ask the players. But you can say the way they behave, it’s clear they are behind us”.

There are many growing concerns that the situation with Chelsea needs to change or it could get worse that they will be fighting to escape relegation if care is not taken.

Mauricio Pochettino remains positive that he will turn things around in no time as he continues to push for consistency which is the main factor holding the team back.

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