Chelsea coach Graham Porter has taken responsibility for the club’s poor form this season, admitting that he has not done enough to help the team reach their potential.
The Blues have endured a difficult campaign, with the team struggling to find consistency and failing to challenge for the top four places in the Premier League.
Speaking to the media, Porter said: “I take full responsibility for the team’s performance this season. I have not done enough to help the team reach their potential and I am sorry for that.
“I understand the fans’ frustrations and I want to assure them that I am doing everything I can to turn things around. We have a talented squad and I believe that with the right guidance and support, we can still achieve our goals this season.”
Porter also revealed that he has been working hard to improve the team’s tactics and training methods, and that he is confident that the team can still finish the season strongly.
“We have been working hard to improve our tactics and training methods, and I am confident that we can still finish the season strongly,” he said.
“We have a talented squad and I believe that with the right guidance and support, we can still achieve our goals this season. I am determined to do everything I can to help the team reach their potential and I am confident that we can still have a successful season.”
Porter’s comments come as a welcome boost to the club’s supporters, who have been frustrated by the team’s lack of progress this season. With the team still in contention for a top four finish, the Blues will be hoping that Porter can help them turn things around and finish the season on a high.