Bielsa, Tuchel - Mauricio Pochettino sack verdict given as Chelsea replacement shortlist decided

Mauricio Pochettino of Chelsea
Mauricio Pochettino of Chelsea -Credit:MI News/NurPhoto

Chelsea supporters have delivered mixed responses regarding what should happen over Mauricio Pochettino's position at the club.

Pochettino's side experienced a new low on Tuesday night after losing 5-0 away at Arsenal, having failed to compete with their London rivals throughout the contest.

Pressure is continuing to build on the Argentine coach as the end of the season looms, with it unclear at this stage as to whether or not he will be in the Stamford Bridge dugout come August. Six writers recently shared their thoughts on what should happen with the Chelsea boss, with plenty of fans leaving their own thoughts in the comments section and on Facebook.

There were a wide range of opinions shared on the matter, with some suggesting axing the former Tottenham Hotspur boss will only to a feeling of instability at the club. Others argued a change is required after a campaign of below-par results.

Below is a round-up of the current feelings among fans...

Alan Dunne: "He needs to go and bring half of that squad with him absolute rubbish goin nowhere with this team bring back Tommy T [Tuchel] he will get it all from the players."

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Tshiamo Leipego: "Bielsa or Nothing."

George Warren: "They have to get a experienced trophy winner manager in, to take this young players to the next level, plus will have to get 2 to 3 older experienced players that have premiership pedigree in them to add to the squad."

chelsea413039: "Sacking Poch is not the answer. Poch is the 4th manager in 19/20 months. Besides he didn't buy or choose these players. The Sporting Directors Winstanley and Stewart need to be held to account. Spending £222 million on Fernandez and Caicedo is frankly gobsmacking. They have been completely hopeless?"

raytrublue: "Three things I have noticed from the above conversations that Chelsea lack at the moment: 1. Stability, 2. Consistency and 3. Strong Character from the players. The coach is trying still experimenting with players. The players when given a chance also need to show up. Apart from Palmer, Gallagher, Thiago, the rest are just making up appearances. The players need to take up the responsibility of winning games because football is all about scoring goals and playing to win. The defence is also shambolic without Thiago sometimes. Some players are not sure of their roles."

mugiwara: "I don't think he deserves more time, as much as I want some semblance of stability in the team. However, that stability shouldn't be a manager that just does random experiments with his team at the worst possible time. Everything at the club is just awful... and even changing Pochettino would make things worse."