Potter, 47, took charge of his first game this week as Chelsea’s head coach, recording a 1-1 draw against Red Bull Salzburg in the Champions League group stages.
The Blues now don’t play again until 1 October ahead of the international break, so it’s a chance for Potter to really get his feet under the table at Stamford Bridge.
Bad habits at Chelsea
He says there were signs of the same issues during Potter’s first match in charge, albeit he had only worked with the squad for less than a week following his arrival from Brighton.
“You have to get rid of the bad habits,” Leboeuf told ESPN.바카라사이트
“I saw it again many times, especially in the first half, where you can see sometimes you have the reflex to go back and to make a pass where you should go vertically. Maybe try something, take on the players and go more direct, which is not the case for many players because they’re used to keeping the ball and getting possession without doing many things with the ball.
“They will have to work very hard to change all their bad habits to be more direct in the way I like football.”
Brighton played some attractive eye-catching football with Potter at the helm, so Chelsea’s fanbase pray that’s replicated at Stamford Bridge.
Of course, he needs some good time with this Blues squad to get things moving the way he wants.
There are intelligent and creative players in this Chelsea team that will hopefully get up to speed quickly with what Potter is asking.
Anybody who watches the Blues regularly knows creativity on the ball is something that’s been an obstacle for a while.온라인카지노