Potter: We have to bear this pain, but I don’t understand Brighton fans


Chelsea today recorded a disastrous result in the visit to Brighton with 4:1.

The Stamford Bridge team, now managed by Graham Potter, who is also a former Brighton manager, was repeatedly booed by the home crowd during the match.

After the game he tried to explain that he didn’t owe them anything or that he did something wrong to the Brighton fans to boo him.

“I think I did a great job at that club and I left with a good feeling, but obviously the fans have changed their minds about me. We lost, that’s part of the process we have to go through. We must bear this pain and move forward. “Brighton played a good game and it was difficult for us, we didn’t take our chances but they took theirs, so that’s the result,” said Graham Potter.