Chelsea's winless run under Graham Potter continues and the club fans will be impatiently waiting for the match outcome against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday to determine whether their unimpressive campaign this season will continue or not.
With many still baffled as to why Todd Boehly and his consortium have not sacked the club manager, a recent photo of the American and Potter in Cobham in perceived happy mood has generated a lot of reactions online.
During Abrahamovich's era as the club owner, the London Club don't witness unimpressive performances from the team up to this until managers were being shown the exit door.
The unprecedented dismissals of the likes of Frank Lampard, Mauricio Sarri, Jose Mourinho, others from the club says much about the swift decisions usually made by the Russian billionaire then.
See some of the reactions of the club fans below: What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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