John Terry Rates Mauricio Pochettino’s Chances As Blues Boss

John Terry Rates Mauricio Pochettino’s Chances As Blues Boss

In his initial four Head Association games as Chelsea‘s administrator, Pochettino has just had one triumph, losing to both West Ham and Nottingham Forest.

At Stamford Extension, he has a clearly troublesome work on his shoulders following the dreary season from the earlier year and the huge player turnover during that period.

Terry, who appreciates the Argentinean chief, trusts that assuming the previous Spikes man is allowed the opportunity to make something happen, he will.

‘I love Poch, I’ve met him a couple of times and had the privilege to be around him at the training ground,’ Terry told talkSPORT.

‘He works the players very hard, tactically amazing. I think, given time, he’s definitely the right man for the job.

‘Man City are running away with it at the moment, so it’s everyone else behind them. We’ve got a lot of young players that need a little bit of time.

‘Patience is going to be needed from the supporters and from everyone. We’ve had a good 20-year run and hopefully those good times will be back.’

Terry isn’t expecting marvels in his most memorable season in control yet figures Pochettino can further develop things quickly.

‘He will [turn it round quickly],’ said Terry. ‘We’ve seen that over the years with him, his experience and what he’s done previously.

‘We are a young squad, they’ve literally all been thrown together this year. There’s a lot of talent there, we’ve had a few injuries not go our way.

‘Loads of football to be played this season, but hopefully exciting stuff. This year is more of a blending together and we’ll see where we go next season.’

At the point when Chelsea goes to Bournemouth on Sunday, September 17, they will be hoping to continue their triumphant ways following the worldwide break.

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