Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has slammed Chelsea boss Graeme Potter for his dramatic late penalty shootout draw with West Ham. England last Saturday
In the 89th minute of the game, as the score was level, the Blues were denied a penalty when Conor Gallagher’s shot hit Tomas Soucek’s arm, but the referee did not blow his back. At the end of the game, Potter said that he did not want to talk about such events ufabet.
This work played out Ferdinand could not bear to come out and talk about Potter being too inexperienced because if it was Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp or Jose Mourinho I won’t let this go easily.
“It comes with experience if you look at Pep Guardiola or Jurgen Klopp or Mourinho at a time at Chelsea. Tomorrow and that’s what will happen. Front and back news will be Mourinho lashing out at VAR and paying attention to what happens on the pitch,” Rio told BT Sport.
“There are some things you can improve at Chelsea, but that’s not the focus. It’s probably a matter of now. influx of players money spent. But you can override that by controlling it and the media.”
What had been a good game until that point almost instantaneously ran out of steam and West Ham, who lost Nayef Aguerd to injury as well. He went closest to snatching a win but Declan Rice, playing with a virus, was adjudge to have been offside in the move before Soucek scored.
Moyes said: “For 20 minutes we found it difficult but we improved. We stayed in it and earned a good point in the end.”