Chelsea’s fall is quite unusual.

It spent a lot of money to bring in talented players, to no avail. Currently, the team has won five games, four draws and seven losses, to less than 50 percent. With 26 points and 26 losses, the team’s offense and defense balance also deteriorated. Chelsea is ranking 12th in the Premier League and has long since moved to top four. Since its owner changed to Todd Boehly in May last year, the team has made massive efforts to strengthen its capability. It has spent 1 billion pounds (1.65 trillion won) just for recruiting players so far. However, it has no effect at all. The team is ranking the same as last season.토토사이트 순위

Mauricio Pochettino says the team’s height is a problem. The Daily Mail, a British media outlet, said on Wednesday (Korea time), “Pochettino will argue that height has to do with soccer. When the team lost to Everton, the most recent match, only four players in the starting lineup exceeded 6 feet (about 183 centimeters). In particular, the team lacks the height of its midfield. Enzo Fernandez, Moises Caicedo and Conor Gallagher are all very short. They have difficulties handling aerial balls in the midfield. Pochettino is also aware of this problem. “We will talk about recruiting tall players to the leaders of the team in the next winter transfer window,” he said.

However, it is questionable whether Pochettino will be able to recruit the player he wants in the next winter transfer window. Chelsea is under pressure from FFP (Financial Fair Play). In other words, it is difficult to recruit players. That is why they sold Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi, and Ruben Loftus-Cheek from Chelsea Youth. The Daily Mail also said, “Chelsea will have stricter control over its wage bill going forward. It is reluctant to give more than 150,000 pounds per week to an individual player. Of course, there will be a setback in recruiting players.”

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