Revealed the coach of the first football team of the club Chelsea Graham Potter for the death threats he received due to poor results in all tournaments since his appointment.
Despite the privileged deals he made Chelsea During the winter transfer window, he was defeated by Southampton last Saturday with an unanswered goal in the English Premier League competition.
Last Wednesday, the Blues were also beaten by Borussia Dortmund with a clean-sheet goal in the first leg of the final price tournament of the Champions League.
The retirees are in a very poor performance situation, sitting in tenth place in the English Premier League standings with 31 points and 22 points behind leaders Arsenal.
Graham Potter took over the Blues’ training four months ago, taking over as technical director following the sacking of German coach Thomas Tuchel.
The Blues will take on Tottenham Hotspur next week in a north London derby on Matchday 25 of the English Premier League.
Chelsea manager faces death after poor results
“I have had several unkind emails wishing death for me and my children,” Potter told The Sun.
He added: “I’m not comfortable with such threats, I want to succeed here, so the idea that I’m not interested is complete nonsense.”
And he added: “I want you to ask my family what life was like for me and for them? It wasn’t fun at all.”
“I understand the public’s disappointment with the results, but I assure you that my life over the past three to four months has been pretty mediocre, apart from the fact that I’m grateful for this experience and this big challenge.”