Potter admits frustration on match performances

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Graham Potter has admitted his frustration at his team’s recent results, despite putting in the performances in training which aren’t being translated to games.

Chelsea manager Graham Potter has admitted his frustration on his team’s match performance.

The Blues have no been in good form since the beginning of the year which have seen them lose the chance to book Champions League spot.

It has been claimed the under-fire boss has two games to save his job, beginning with Saturday’s Premier League clash against Leeds United.

“That’s the frustrating bit for us, because we’re seeing a lot of positives day to day,” said Potter.

“But they haven’t been able to transfer themselves onto the pitch in terms of results. Performances haven’t been as bad as results I would say, but we know the business we’re in and the results we haven’t liked.

“But in terms of daily training, how the spirit is in the players, how the group is coming together, the players are getting stronger, that’s all positive. But it’s hard to talk positives because results aren’t good.

“The spirit in the team is as good as it can be when you’re in a period of results that we’re in. They’ve taken responsibility, they understand where we’re at. We all admit we can do better.

“The players are honest enough to know that they can do better as well. We’re all fighting but we need to show it on the pitch. It has to manifest in three points.”


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