Mauricio Pochettino said his struggling Chelsea side must be more clinical in front of goal after a wretched start to the season.
Chelsea fans booed their team after the drab goalless draw against Bournemouth but Pochettino said he was confident they would back his players at Stamford Bridge this weekend.
Pochettino said he had spoken with Nicolas Jackson to try to address the Senegal striker’s discipline after he was booked for dissent for the fourth time last week.
“We’re talking about young players,” said the Chelsea boss. “You can blame us, blame me. We can talk about tactics. But they need time.
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