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‘Mouricio Pochettino doesn’t know how to coach a big club, otherwise why would you keep a player like Him on the bench when he want sto win games against Brentford that have Ivan Toney with straight 5 home wins?’ Arsenal Manager Manager Mikel ARTETA, refers to Pochettino as a ‘BABY COACH’ for benching the £75 million star in Brentford draw yesterday. I think he is making sense here 😥💔Mikel makes brutal Mauricio Pochettino sack admission with Chelsea ultimatum

John Obi Mikel, a Chelsea legend, has cautioned Mauricio Pochettino about his tenure at Stamford Bridge. Despite Pochettino’s success in cup competitions, the pressure mounts as Chelsea remains stuck in the middle of the standings during his debut season at the helm.


Following a victory over Leeds United that propelled them to the FA Cup quarterfinals, Chelsea faces Leicester City in the upcoming round after a recent loss to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final. The path to European football next season seems bleak, with a significant gap of 17 points from the top four and nine from the top six. Winning the tournament might be Chelsea’s last shot at securing European football.


Expressing his views on Chelsea’s European prospects, Mikel acknowledged that achieving a top-four finish is highly unlikely and emphasized the importance of improving performance to aim for the Europa League. However, he highlighted the disappointment of falling short in the recent competitions.


With Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali poised to make crucial decisions regarding the club’s future, Pochettino’s role in Chelsea’s European ambitions may not be singular if they qualify. Mikel reflected on the relentless criticism faced by managers at Chelsea during his playing days, stressing the club’s demanding nature for success in trophies and games. Despite the criticism, Mikel believes in giving managers time to develop and improve the team’s performance.

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