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How Chelsea owners are turning the club into an average mid-table team in England

Fresh from winning the Barclay premier league trophy in the 2014/2015 season under Jose mourinho, Chelsea started the next season in poor form and in January was laying in tenth position, former club owner Roman Abramovic quickly intervened and sacked the highly rated Portuguese coach.

Chelsea football club is now one of the top European clubs and they will not allow standard fall irrespective of who is in charge and it was a pattern that over the years have produced two UEFA champions league crowns and many other trophies in the process.

Chelsea new owners was at white hartlane today via Twitter photos

Fast forward to the season 2022/2023, Chelsea are languishing in tenth place in the league, out of the domestic cup competitions and could be out of the UEFA champions league knockout stage if they fail to overturn their first leg defeat.

Chelsea have new owners who shares a different philosophy to the one witnessed under previous owners and which off course served them well, Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali hired Graham Potter despite his relatively lack of experience at top level management.

Graham Potter enjoys vote from Todd Boehly despite poor run of results via Twitter photos

He has struggled so far to motivate his finely assembled team of players, in attack their is lack of cohesion, in midfield they lack fluidity but the most painful thing is that the coach is guaranteed to stay on at the helm of affairs and it is one that is giving supporters major concerns.

Winless in the month of February and with just one goal scored, it is a prime example of where Chelsea are heading to and they are now a mid-table team in England.

Mykhailo Mudryk is one of the players struggling at Stamford Bridge via Twitter photos.

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