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EPL: ‘Every club needs stability’ – John Terry sends message to Todd Boehly over Pochettino



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Former Chelsea captain, John Terry has voiced his unwavering support for Mauricio Pochettino, advocating for the club’s owners to retain the Argentine as manager for the upcoming season.

Pochettino has encountered a challenging inaugural season at Stamford Bridge, contending with a plethora of injuries while endeavoring to unify a team from a youthful, hastily assembled, and inexperienced squad.

Despite occupying seventh place in the table and facing a trophyless campaign, recent performances have showcased encouraging signs for the Blues.

A convincing 2-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur was succeeded by a resounding 5-0 triumph against West Ham United, earning commendation from Blues chairman Todd Boehly.

While speculation surrounds the manager’s future, Terry believes Pochettino has adeptly navigated a demanding season and advocates for his continuation at the helm.

Reflecting on Pochettino’s tenure, Terry remarked to the Mirror, “I think Poch has done well. It was always going to be difficult right from the outset – we were a very young group of players from the outset.

“There were a lot of signings and a big clearout in the summer of not only players but staff as well. There was a big turnaround and obviously Poch is new in the door.

“I have seen him work, I love the way he works, I love the way he is with the players,’ said the Blues legend. ‘He certainly needs a bit of time. I think every club needs stability.”

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