TA interviewed 10 Chelsea fans on the spot who wanted Porter to leave, but the boss continued to support

February 20, The Athletic UK Chelsea reporter Simon Johnson wrote a column. The title of the article is—At
what point do Chelsea need to start looking down rather than up..?

Yes, in this column, he was actually thinking about whether Chelsea fans should think about relegation.

And before and after the game against Southampton, Chelsea manager Porter looked understandably flustered as he tried to find answers.

The boos at half-time and at the end of the game were the first time Chelsea fans took issue with Porter.

An angry fan yelled at Porter near the Chelsea dugout after the final whistle: “Resign! You don’t know what you’re doing!”

And he’s not the only one who thinks so.
Admittedly, none of the 10 Chelsea fans who spoke to TA live outside Stamford Bridge wanted him to stay in charge.

Porter was clearly upset by what happened during and after the Southampton game, but he seems to continue to take his word for it.
More importantly, TA, who is Chelsea’s most important team reporter team, also revealed that Chelsea’s boss will continue to support Porter.
(Chelsea’s hierarchy will continue to back Potter, who was given a five-year deal.)