The Pensioners are in risk of losing more players due to suspension


The Pensioners Chelsea FC are worried about losing more players. This time due to suspensions. They Play Sheffield this weekend.

Gaffer Worried

For Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino is now concerned about more than simply injuries. Well behind the competition for a Champions League berth and any European football in the upcoming season, but the availability problems still exist.

Pochettino will have to consider the players he may lose in the upcoming weeks. In addition to being without at least ten for the team’s second game of the season. Against Sheffield United on Saturday at Stamford Bridge. This year, Chelsea has the poorest disciplinary record, and it’s evident.

The only team with the same number of yellow cards after 16 games is Sheffield United. With 53, and the Blues’ usage of fewer players than their opponents. This weekend suggests that they have more repeat offenders. It’s hardly surprising, since Nicolas Jackson has already missed a game due to receiving five yellow cards.

The Pensioners Suspension

Malo Gusto, who was out against Aston Villa in September for a challenge on Matty Cash. Is one of three Chelsea players to get a red card already this season. Pochettino maintained that call, but he was unable to counter Jackson’s persistent disapproval, which he had pointed out only a few days before and has since continued to highlight in his press appearances.

The Argentine has outspoke in his calls for his youthful players to show greater maturity, but in recent weeks, he has discovered a serious lack of it. The Blues in humiliation 4-1 at Newcastle, committing 19 fouls compared to their opponents’ 13 and receiving four yellow and one red card in the process.

Reece James, the captain of the team, had two bookings that he caused himself. Conor Gallagher, the captain for the day, was walk an early bath the following week after receiving two yellow cards in less than 45 minutes during the match against Brighton. Chelsea handed up a penalty at Manchester United in less than fifteen minutes.

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