Chelsea legend John Terry slams former club for Pochettino’s departure


Former Chelsea defender John Terry has criticized Chelsea for allowing coach Mauricio Pochettino to leave the club.

The Argentine spent the past two days in closed negotiations with the club's disgruntled management before leaving “by mutual consent” after only one season in charge.

Chelsea went on a five-game winning streak at the end of the season under Pochettino, ensuring them sixth place and a place in Europe the following year.

However, Chelsea were unable to achieve their goal of qualifying for the Champions League, and the 52-year-old's contract was terminated with one year remaining.


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Terry talks about Pochettino's departure

Chelsea legend Terry Terry expressed his sadness at Pochettino's exit and warned the team what they should not do until a replacement is found.

Terry expressed his sadness on his Instagram account, saying that he was very sad to see Pochettino, the Argentine son Sebastiano (the fitness coach), and his assistant Jesus Perez leave Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea legend John Terry ||  imago

Chelsea legend John Terry || imago

According to reports from the Daily Mail, he said: “I just hope we don't sign or sell any players until we get a manager.”

According to reports, the Blues are currently looking for a “young and progressive” head coach to replace Pochettino.

Mauricio Pochettino ||  imago

Mauricio Pochettino || imago

Under Todd Buhle, the Blues spent nearly £1 billion, with very little immediate return on investment.

In the summer transfer period, the Blues included 12 players and dispensed with 28 players during Pochettino's first transfer period in charge of the team.

After a disappointing first half of the season, Chelsea under coach Mauricio Conte looked to be heading for a similar position in the standings this season after finishing 12th the previous year.

However, in the second half of the season, Chelsea were only bettered in the league by Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool.



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