Chelsea dressing room in troubles as Mykhaylo Mudryk decisions questioned; Everything to know

Chelsea dressing room in troubles as Mykhaylo Mudryk decisions questioned; Everything to know.

Chelsea is having a dressing room issue and this is the fact that Graham Potter has not been able to control the big players and now the Mykhaylo Mudryk decisions gets questioned.

According to Petit;

“I think the new players and the old players are not making a good relationship with one another,” Petit told Premier League Odds.

“Potter needs to stick with his vision and not change every single game. Mudryk played well the first two games then he was on the bench, what’s that going to do for his confidence? You need to stick with his vision and he must bring back the confidence to his players, as many are lost on the pitch.

“Hakim Ziyech looked miserable on the pitch [against Tottenham] and escaped a red card. There needs to be a positive dynamic but even Kai Havertz, who’s playing as a centre-forward, doesn’t look great. [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang when he played against Man United looked so frustrated.

“Since Aubameyang left Arsenal he did good things with Barcelona, but he won’t go back there and he looks angry and like he doesn’t want to be at Chelsea. Something has been broken at Chelsea and it’s affecting the dressing room.”

“There are challenges when you’ve got that many players,” said Potter. “There are challenges in terms of what role they play because most players want to play. They want to play, be on the pitch and help the team.

“When they are not, it is a challenge and it is a challenge for lots of reasons at this football club. When you go through a period of transition and the steps we’ve gone through then there are going to be periods when it is going to be tougher than you ideally want, it’s not optimal.”

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