I’m probably not alone when I say I thought the second-half performance, against Everton, was not up to scratch.
In fact, it was plain rank with Jordan Pickford barely troubled whatsoever.
After controlling the game, in the first half, Chelsea couldn’t cope with Everton upping the pace and once the Toffees had scored Chelsea rarely looked like scoring.
Once again, after a run of decent results, we find our standards slipping with just one point taken from the last six available and against sides, Wolves and Everton, we should be beating.
Sarri-ball is once again the centre of attention and with it the longevity of Maurizio Sarri in the managerial hot-seat.
Today, with an international break now upon us at the most inopportune of times, the news source, the Express, is inferring that our owner, Roman Abramovich, may use the break to sack Sarri.
Whilst it may seem harsh, managers at Chelsea have been sacked for far less.
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