Chelsea BOOED OFF at full-time as fans demand Graham Potter sacking following dismal home loss to bottom Southampton


CHELSEA were BOOED OFF at full-time at Stamford Bridge after their shock 1-0 loss to Southampton. The Blues have dropped six points to the relegation- threatened Saints this season.

The defeat, inflicted by a James Ward-Prowse free- kick, has piled more pressure on boss Graham Potter Chelsea have won just five Premier League games in 17 under Potter this season, leaving the Stamford Bridge club in tenth on 31 points.

That leaves Potter with a 29.4 per cent win record in the top flight with the Blues this season. And at full-time at Saturday's game, Chelsea's stars were BOOED off the pitch and fans are calling for Potter's head.

One fan in desperation tweeted: "SACK GRAHAM POTTER BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE." Another said: "Graham Potter this is an absolute embarrassment but the players aren’t exempt from criticism either. "S***show from top to bottom." A third added: "People won’t believe in God but will believe in Graham Potter. It’s a sad world we live in."

Cobham academy graduate Mason Mount, who's yet to sign new terms with Chelsea, has also come under fire. A Blues fan fumed: "Starting @MasonMount itself is a sackable offence Mr. Potter.... you killed this game."

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