Chelsea players are angry, good manager can change things – Sterling
Chelsea winger, Raheem Sterling has said that the squad is “angry” with their poor run of form.
Sterling also claimed they can turn around their fortunes under the right manager.
The Blues are still in 11th place on the Premier League table, despite their new US owners’ huge outlay on players.
“We are disappointed when we come off the pitch and feel angry and disappointed,” Sterling told The Sun in an interview.
Frank Lampard has been put in charge of the Chelsea until the end of the season, with Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino the frontrunner for the permanent role.
“The ability in the dressing room is undeniable and if we have someone who can take control of that we are more than capable of challenging every year,” Sterling added.