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Alan Shearer: Graham Potter’s Attacking Strategy for Chelsea ‘Doesn’t Make Sense’

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Alan Shearer Graham Potter's Attacking Strategy for Chelsea 'Doesn't Make Sense'

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Alan Shearer is at a loss when it comes to analyzing Chelsea manager Graham Potter’s attacking strategy, as evidenced by the Blues’ 1-0 defeat to relegation-threatened Southampton.

Commenting on the match, Shearer let loose his frustrations on the lack of creativity coming from Chelsea’s frontline.

He noted how David Fofana, Kai Havertz, Raheem Sterling and Joao Felix had no real options in attack, inhibiting their ability to score goals.

He added that Conor Gallagher was also guilty of not pushing forward enough for chances – allowing Southampton to stay compact defensively.

On Potter’s precarious position going forward, Shearer described it as a “worrying time” for the former Brighton gaffer due to his poor record this season (just one win in ten).

Despite this situation, however, he did praise Southampton defenders who threw themselves into dangerous situations to prevent goalscoring opportunities.

In particular he highlighted Ainsley Maitland-Niles’ impressive block that stopped what would have been a certain goal.

Looking ahead, Chelsea face Tottenham Hotspur next Sunday in what is sure to be an important derby for the Champions League race while Southampton are up against Leeds United with their survival near the bottom of the table on the line.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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