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ANGRY Chelsea player was seen walking down the tunnel after being subbed off in Chelsea Victory yesterday

Chelsea’s leaders, Behdad Eghbali, Laurence Stewart, and Paul Winstanley, were all seen leaving the stadium at the end of play. Mauricio Pochettino’s team had defeated Sheffield United, who were at the bottom of the table, 2-0 to bounce back from three straight league losses.

Cole Palmer and Nicolas Jackson’s goals in the second half ensured that the Blues would keep all three points at Stamford Bridge, and their victory lifted them up to tenth place. Palmer will be remembered as the first goal’s scorer, but Raheem Sterling’s work down the right side of the Blades penalty area was largely responsible for the opening.

The England internationals connected once more through a deft cross, giving the 21-year-old nine goal involvements in only ten Chelsea starts this season. Jackson’s goal, which was both tenacious and desperately required for the Blues to feel comfortable, was the most recent of those.

Sterling was played in around the hour mark, but due to his lack of composure, Conor Gallagher bobbed the ball into Palmer’s path. Palmer then passed the ball across the six-yard box and into Jackson’s path, where he tapped it into the net. After a period of time, the players came to understand that referee Andy Madley had indeed awarded the goal, and celebrations broke out.

For the Blues, who have struggled lately under Pochettino, it’s a much-needed lift. The two most notable performances have been a 4-1 victory over fierce rivals Tottenham and a 4-4 draw against the treble-winning Manchester City. However, defeats against Newcastle United, Manchester United, and Everton have raised the possibility that the Argentine’s career may finish before it has truly begun. is aware, nevertheless, that the board will continue to support Pochettino as he takes his project further as he deems fit. The Chelsea manager appears to have a solid rapport with the club’s upper management, as he has frequently reassured the public and media that things will eventually start to go their way.

The Chelsea directors now frequently visit the players’ changing rooms, particularly following a victory. Earlier in the season, before of the team’s home third-round Carabao Cup match against Brighton, Pochettino stated: “I like when the owners come [in].” Throughout my tenure as a coach at Espanyol, Southampton, Tottenham, and Paris Saint-Germain, I have always believed it is beneficial for the owner to visit the locker room.

“The most crucial aspect is how they deal with the players. They are extremely welcome as long as they behave properly and in a good manner. On Sunday, following my news conference [against Villa], they came and shared with us as usual.

“They also pulled it off in the matches against Nottingham Forest, Luton, and Liverpool. They arrived with Paul, Laurence, Behdad, and occasionally Todd as well. They shared some observations with me, and we always discussed the game after my media obligations.

“It’s not in my opinion negatively. In my opinion, it’s always beneficial if they share with us before introducing themselves to the players. Of course, things might be different if they had come for a speech or something else. However, they are most welcome in their current form. Since they own the club, I believe they are free to act anyway they like.

“I think they are in a very good way and we are so glad that they came and shared time with us – even when we won the game or we didn’t win and we’re suffering.”

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