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Pochettino on the brink as ‘several Chelsea players’ ask board to sack manager

After another disappointing result against 10-man Burnley last Saturday, Chelsea players are said to be fed up with Mauricio Pochettino.

HITC’s exclusive report claims that certain players have voiced their discontent to club management and Todd Boehly, as hopes for a turnaround in form dwindle by the day.

Reportedly, the players are pushing for the Argentine coach to be ousted at the season’s end, ruling out any chance of him continuing at Stamford Bridge next season.

Following a disappointing draw against Vincent Kompany’s Burnley, Chelsea find themselves in the bottom half of the Premier League table, having amassed just 40 points in 28 matches, trailing eight points behind sixth-placed Manchester United.

Despite reaching the Carabao Cup final, Chelsea suffered a late defeat to Liverpool.

However, they remain in contention in the FA Cup, with Pochettino banking on potential cup success to salvage his tenure by season’s end.

Chelsea owners Boehly and Clearlake Capital seem inclined to avoid a rushed decision regarding Pochettino’s future, mindful of the club’s turnover of three managers last season: Thomas Tuchel, Graham Potter, and Frank Lampard.

Any potential dismissal of the Argentine manager is likely to occur only after the season concludes.

Chelsea’s next fixture is against Manchester United on Thursday, April 4th.

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