Todd Boehly: Chelsea Owner Gives Explicit Assessment As Graham Potter Drops Points vs Everton
- Chelsea owner Todd Boehly was far from pleased after the club dropped points against Everton
- Boehly has been a regular figure at Stamford Bridge and watched the clash against the Toffees
- Sean Dyche's men came from behind twice to snap Chelsea's recent winning run of three games
Chelsea's co-controlling owner, Todd Boehly issued a savage response at the end of the club's game against Everton on March 18.
The Blues were held to a frustrating two-all draw, with the Toffees coming from behind twice to rescue a valuable point in their relegation dogfight.
Boehly was among the fans at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening and wasn't too impressed with the result. The draw ended Graham Potter's winning run of three games in all competitions.
Despite not losing the game, Chelsea will still feel hard done by for dropping points to relegation candidates. Footage reportedly taken after the game captured Boehly giving his explicit thoughts on the match.
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He appeared to comment:
"A [expletive] [expletive] game."
Chelsea fans want Potter out
This comes at a time when the American has been under immense pressure to give Potter his marching orders.
The recent upturn in form cooled down the voices of #PotterOut, but with the Everton draw, the Englishman is finding himself back in familiar territory.
It has been said the Chelsea hierarchy is ready to stand by the former Brighton boss and give him adequate time to implement his ideologies.
Boehly and his fellow owners have spent huge amounts of cash on new players since taking over from former owner, Roman Abramovich.
Kovacic and Koulibaly clash
In the same game, Sports Brief reported on a heated altercation between Kalidou Koulibaly and Mateo Kovacic as the Blues looked to make it four out of four wins.
Joao Felix scored his second goal in Chelsea colours before Abdoulaye Doucore restored parity. Kai Havertz then converted a penalty in the 76th minute of the tie.
Apart from the result, which snapped a three-win streak, Potter will also have to contend with two of his stars appearing to trade blame in the middle of the game.
Source: Sports Brief News