EPL It’s not nice – Kai Havertz frowns at Chelsea’s treatment of managers. Kai Havertz has told Chelsea owners that they should allow managers to stay longer at the club.
The German said although it was not for the players to decide, it was better for managers to spend longer time with players, insisting it was not nice to hire and fire the way Graham Potter and Thomas Tuchel were treated in recent times.
The 23-year-old said the players were ‘frustrated’ with Graham Potter’s departure at Stamford Bridge and urged the club to bring in a new manager as soon as possible.
Potter was sacked on Sunday night and assistant manager Bruno Saltor was asked to take charge on an interim basis.
Saltor was in charge of Chelsea goalless draw against Liverpool on Tuesday night
“First of all, I have to say it is really nice and we have to respect Bruno and the coaching staff for standing in front of the team when the manager got the sack,” he told Sky Sports.
“But when you have a manager long term it is easier for us players.
“It is not nice. We are all very frustrated to see Graham go but we have to accept the situation.”