PotterOut trends on Twitter after Chelsea manager names his first ever line-up for Blues for Red Bull Salzburg clash

CHELSEA followers referred to as for Graham Potter to be sacked after he introduced his first Blues line-up to take on Red Bull Salzburg.

The new boss, 47, made three adjustments to the facet that misplaced 1-0 to Dinamo Zagreb final day trip.

Some Chelsea fans were unimpressed with Graham Potter's first Blues line-up


Some Chelsea followers had been unimpressed with Graham Potter’s first Blues line-upCredit: Getty

Thiago Silva, Marc Cucurella and Jorginho got here in to interchange Ben Chilwell and two summer time signings Wesley Fofana and Kalidou Koulibaly.

But it was Potter’s choice to not drop Cesar Azpilicueta and Mason Mount that seems to have most irritated followers.

Some supporters tried to get #AzpilicuetaOut trending on Twitter after the captain was named alongside Silva in defence for the Champions League group E clash.

One fan was aggravated by Mount beginning given the England worldwide has did not register a purpose or an help in seven video games this season.

He stated: “Mount begins… #potterout.”

Another fan commented: “I do not see Fofana and I do see Havertz. #PotterOut.”

And a 3rd stated: “Benching Fofana and Koulibaly for Azpilicuta? PotterOut.”

Potter did retain some continuity with his beginning line-up as he named the identical attacking trio that started in opposition to Zagreb – Raheem Sterling, Kai Havertz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.


Ahead of his first recreation in cost Potter spoke about the necessity to take dangers, and has arguably performed so by dropping Fofana and Koulibaly.

He stated: “Life is about taking dangers and doing one thing which is a bit exterior of what you’re snug with.

“It means that you can develop and develop. I had a younger household they usually gave up lots to come back over to Sweden. It wasn’t precisely Barcelona or Monte Carlo.

“When I took over at Brighton the workforce had simply completed fourth from backside.

“You be taught lots about what you possibly can cope with, about the ups and downs, about how you must take accountability, particularly when issues aren’t going effectively.

“We can use these experiences in a extremely great way.”