After Chelsea’s disappointing exit from the Champions League, Todd Boehly has been urged to find a new manager for the team as soon as possible.
The Blues suffered a 4-0 aggregate loss to Real Madrid, marking their fourth consecutive defeat under Frank Lampard’s leadership.
Pundit Tim Sherwood believes that a new manager should be brought in immediately to assess the squad and make necessary changes.
Chelsea’s poor performance this season has led to questions about their recruitment policy and overall strategy.
With only seven games left to play, the team sits in 11th place in the Premier League table and is unlikely to qualify for the Champions League.
Sherwood emphasizes the importance of using this time to turn the team’s fortunes around and suggests that the new manager should be involved in the recruitment process.
This article was updated 1 month ago