“One of the worst matches in football history.”
Former British national team manager and broadcaster Paul Merson criticized the players for their poor performances despite a change of manager. In particular, each of the Chelsea players is representative of a country, and when they are united, they are dismissed as ‘wrong’.
Chelsea lost 0-1 against Wolverhampton on the 8th, when Lampard made his first comeback in two years. Chelsea spent 292 million pounds (approximately 443.7 billion won) in the transfer market last summer.
Benoit Badiacil, Dartro Popana, Andrei Santos, Noni Madueke, 토스카지노Malo Guisto João Felix, Mihailo Mudrik and Enzo Fernandes were signed on the last day of the January transfer window. In the January transfer market alone, about 326 million pounds (approximately 491.3 billion won) were paid for the transfer, and 600 million pounds or more than 900 billion won were poured into it.
Chelsea are in 11th place in the Premier League this season with 10 wins, 9 draws and 11 losses (39 points), so they have to worry about relegation rather than advancing to the Champions League.
As the money is spent and the grades are closer to the relegation zone, Merson said in an interview with Sky Sports, “It is impossible. It’s really shocking. We have a lot of talented players on the squad and this defeat will be one of the worst matches in football history.”
“Chelsea players are not players who have never played for the national team. He pointed out that he brought in players who have played 50 games, “he pointed out.”
Merson went on to say, “When you watch Manchester City versus Arsenal, you see how the team works. Chelsea has nothing. There are only 11 players.” It is similar to what Tottenham manager Antonio Conte criticized the squad for last month.
Merson pointed to the players’ mentality. He insisted, “There is not a single player on the ground who moves for his teammates, there is no communication, and there is no player running to steal the ball. This is not the manager’s job, but the players themselves.” Merson’s diagnosis is that despite the loss against Wolverhampton, no player seemed to be shocked.