Raheem Sterling: Chelsea players struggling to find answers for poor form

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English Premier League club Chelsea has been struggling to find solutions to their poor form this season, according to Raheem Sterling. Despite their new U.S. owners’ significant investment in players, the club’s defeat to Brentford on Wednesday left them 11th in the league table, and they are facing the possibility of their worst season since 1993-94. Sterling, who joined Chelsea from Manchester City in a £47.5 million ($59.72m) deal in July, has expressed his disappointment with the team’s performance. The player believes that the team can turn things around under the right manager, with former Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino being the frontrunner for the permanent role. Sterling hopes that Chelsea will hire a new manager soon, and the team will be able to challenge for titles in the future.

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