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Pochettino knows his time is coming to an end

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Following Chelsea’s 4-2 defeat to Wolves on Sunday, the extent of just how poor it is behind the scenes can be revealed.

In recent weeks The Byline has been told that performance analysts within the club have been told to reduce the length of analysis packages because the players can’t take on board the feedback given and overall it’s not well received. Training has been described as a “s**t show.”

In regards to Mauricio Pochettino, he believes his time at Stamford Bridge is coming to an end, with sources regarding the former Tottenham boss as a “dead man walking” and knows he will not be in the dugout come the start of the 24/25 Premier League season.

Pochettino has not enjoyed his time at Chelsea, even putting results aside. The Byline has been told that the Argentine has not liked working with some specific people and the working relationship is described as “not good.”

As of today Pochettino is still likely to walk out at Wembley against Liverpool at the end of the month in the Carabao Cup Final. But with Chelsea playing Aston Villa, Crystal Palace and Manchester City before the showcase event at Wembley, the unpredictability of Chelsea’s decision making could end up becoming a factor.

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