Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino is under pressure as the team struggles to secure wins. Sunday’s defeat to Wolves at Stamford Bridge has intensified scrutiny on Pochettino, who has only been in charge for eight months. The team’s recent poor performance, including conceding four goals in their last two matches, has cast doubt on Pochettino’s future. Co-owner Todd Boehly is reconsidering his original plan for Pochettino, as he faces a challenging decision amid growing discontent from supporters.
While a meeting to review Pochettino’s position was previously agreed upon, the manager’s dismissal due to fan dissatisfaction could force Boehly to backtrack on this commitment. The upcoming FA Cup fourth-round replay against Aston Villa and subsequent tough Premier League matches will be crucial for Pochettino as he fights to secure his position. Despite overseeing a successful Carabao Cup run, Pochettino’s future remains uncertain, with public calls for change from influential figures associated with the club. Pochettino himself acknowledged that he and his players have not been performing up to the club’s standards and emphasized the need to accept criticism and work towards finding solutions.