Michael Owen (44), a former England striker, complained bitterly about Chelsea’s fall.
Chelsea lost 0-2 in the second leg of the quarterfinals of the 2022-2023 European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) against Real Madrid held at Stamford Bridge in London, England on the 19th (Korean time). Interim coach Frank Lampard failed to win again.
As a result, Chelsea, who lost 0-2 in the first leg온라인카지노, was completely pushed by Real Madrid with a total score of 0-4 in the first and second legs, eliminating the possibility of the semifinals. At the same time, it was down to 11th in the league, and the possibility of not going to the European competition for the first time since the 2016-2017 season increased.
According to the UK’s ‘Daily Mail’, Owen agreed with Joe Cole in an interview with ‘BT Sports’ that 30 first-team players is too many, saying, “Some of the players are great. An incredibly talented team.” I think you have the basics,” he said.
Chelsea raised expectations with a massive investment of 600 million pounds (approximately 982.8 billion won) as it changed to Todd Boelli’s owner system ahead of this season. However, the sudden firing of coach Thomas Tuchel and the subsequent firing of coach Graham Porter caused controversy.
“Chelsea almost went in the wrong direction. They went right away and bought players, so they have a big problem now,” he said. About 23 people means it’s suitable.
Chelsea don’t know what a big mistake it was to buy so many players. Now they have to get rid of them,” he said. did.
“It’s ridiculous to have 30 first-team players in a team,” Cole said. “It’s really hard for Lampard.”