Sterling: Chelsea stars baffled, ‘angry’ by form this season
Chelsea’s gamers are struggling to search out solutions for his or her poor run of form this season, Raheem Sterling mentioned, however he maintained that the Premier League membership can flip round their fortunes below the appropriate supervisor.
Chelsea’s 2-0 defeat to Brentford on Wednesday left them eleventh within the league desk, stumbling in direction of probably their worst marketing campaign because the 1993-94 season — after they completed 14th below Glenn Hoddle — regardless of their new U.S. house owners’ big outlay on gamers.
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“We are disappointed when we come off the pitch and feel angry and disappointed,” Sterling told The Sun in an interview. “There are times when we finish a game you just sit in the changing room looking into space because you can’t understand what has just happened.
“It’s powerful to take. You are all the time making an attempt to search for a constructive answer. There will probably be conversations, gamers making an attempt to return to phrases with what has occurred within the final ten minutes or so. It’s not simple.”
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Chelsea are being led by interim boss Frank Lampard, with former Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino the frontrunner for the permanent role.
“We have to look in the appropriate course and look to whoever is available in as the subsequent supervisor to construct for the long run,” said Sterling, who joined Chelsea from Manchester City in a deal worth around £47.5 million ($59.72m) in July.
“I loved my time at my earlier membership and received quite a lot of trophies. But I like a brand new problem and this is the problem I signed up for. It will style even sweeter to win silverware coming from a second like this than for those who had been profitable each single week.
“The ability in the dressing room is undeniable and if we have someone who can take control of that we are more than capable of challenging every year.”