Raheem Sterling and his teammates are struggling to comprehend the reasons for Chelsea’s poor form under interim manager Frank Lampard, making it difficult to accept the consecutive defeats.
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Raheem Sterling has addressed Chelsea’s struggles this season, acknowledging that the players are struggling to find solutions and get back on track.
The London club, currently under interim manager Frank Lampard, recently faced a 0-2 defeat against Brentford. This defeat has left them stumbling towards a potentially disastrous season, with the risk of their worst season since 1993-94 when they finished in 14th place.
Sterling believes that the right manager can turn things around for the club. However, he also admitted that he and his teammates are finding it challenging to comprehend the reasons behind Chelsea’s poor form, making it difficult to accept the consecutive defeats.
Raheem Sterling has expressed his disappointment and frustration with Chelsea’s recent poor performances, saying that he and his teammates are often left feeling angry and bewildered after matches.
In an interview with The Sun, the former Manchester City player said that it is tough to accept the consecutive defeats, and the players are always trying to find positive solutions. Sterling emphasized that Chelsea needs to appoint the right manager who can build a better future for the club.
It is rumored that Mauricio Pochettino, the former manager of Tottenham Hotspur and Paris St Germain, is the leading candidate to become the permanent manager at Chelsea. Sterling’s comments suggest that he believes a new manager could help turn the club’s fortunes around.
According to Raheem Sterling, Chelsea needs to focus on appointing the right manager who can build a better future for the club.
The former Manchester City player stressed that a new manager can help the team reach their full potential and achieve their goals. While Sterling enjoyed his time at his previous club and won many trophies, he sees this as a new challenge and believes winning silverware after a difficult period will be even more rewarding.
Sterling believes that the talent in the Chelsea dressing room is undeniable and, with the right guidance, the team is capable of challenging for titles every year.