Graham Potter has ‘two make-or-break matches’ to save his job with Chelsea boss under pressure after horror winless run

    GRAHAM POTTER faces “two make-or-break” games to save his job as Chelsea boss, according to reports.

    The Blues manager’s struggles continued with Sunday’s 2-0 defeat at Tottenham.

    Graham Potter is clinging on to his job as Chelsea manager


    Graham Potter is clinging on to his job as Chelsea managerCredit: PA

    Chelsea have now lost their last three games without scoring and are winless in six – with just one goal.

    And according to The Telegraph, the matches against Leeds and Borussia Dortmund are key to keeping Potter in charge.

    Goals from Ollie Skipp and Harry Kane in the second half saw the Blues fall to a 2-0 defeat at White Hart Lane yesterday.

    That came after last week’s shocking 1-0 home loss to relegation-threatened Southampton.

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    Their Champions League hopes are also in tatters after a 1-0 defeat at Borussia Dortmund.

    They take on the German giants again next Tuesday, knowing an early exit from Europe would effectively end their season.

    The first leg defeat was preceded by draws with West Ham, Fulham and Liverpool.

    Chelsea’s last win came in 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace on January 15.

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    That remains their only win from 11 matches in 2023, including an FA Cup hammering at Manchester City.

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