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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

Regarding his future at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea great John Obi Mikel has issued Mauricio Pochettino a strong warning. During his first season at the club, the Blues manager has faced a lot of pressure because Chelsea is still in the mid-table even though Pochettino has been successful in cup tournaments.

This week, Chelsea defeated Leeds United to advance to the FA Cup quarterfinals, just a few days after suffering a heartbreaking defeat to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final. After avoiding teams like Manchester City and Liverpool in the draw, the Blues will now play Leicester City in the following round.

With 17 points separating them from the top four and nine separating them from the top six, winning that tournament is perhaps Chelsea’s only chance of ensuring European football for the upcoming season. Before discussing Pochettino’s time in west London, Mikel shared his opinions on Chelsea’s chances of winning a European championship.

He stated to Standard Sport, “Of course, top four is out of reach.” “I would consider it a huge improvement if we made it to the Europa League, but first we need to get better and have a winning streak.” The Europa League would be a tremendous accomplishment, and we can go forward from there. The conclusion was a huge letdown.

Given that Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali are expected to make decisions about their futures this summer, it is quite feasible that Pochettino may not be the one leading Chelsea’s drive if they manage to qualify for Europe. In light of this, Mikel shared his opinions about Pochettino’s circumstances at the team, including a harsh revelation.

“Some of the criticism has been excessive, but when we were playing for Chelsea and we weren’t winning, we experienced the same things—being criticised and seeing managers lose their jobs,” he remarked. It’s Chelsea here. You must prevail. Trophies and games must be won. Sure, we’ve given them more time, but in that time, they’ve had a chance to hone their skills, unite, and play much better.

“I stand up for the coach and players. It is necessary to give them time, but for how long? Chelsea FC is this. He would have lost his job if this had been the [Roman] Abramovich era, but maybe the new owners will give Poch some time. Let’s see where the season ends and where we wind up.

“We need to have a run of winning games to see where we wind up finishing, but the final would have given him some breathing room. After that, the owners will have to decide.”

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