After Chelsea’s match against Everton, there was a fight that broke out at Goodison Park, and the striker had to be removed from Patterson in order to avoid more conflict.
The frustration that Jackson felt was focused against Patterson because he was dissatisfied with the performance of his squad.
The forward has been forced to contend with difficulties at Stamford Bridge ever since he arrived from Villarreal. Chelsea’s loss has pushed them down to the 12th position, which is closer to the relegation zone than they are to the top four.
Concerns were raised at Chelsea regarding the possibility of Jackson being subjected to a retroactive punishment for the event involving the throat-grabbing.
On the other hand, the FA has come to the conclusion that the event was dealt with at the time, and they do not believe there is any justification to levy additional charges on Jackson.
It would appear from this that Jackson will be able to participate in the Christmas matches due to his eligibility.
In the wake of the loss that occurred in Merseyside, Mauricio Pochettino announced his decision to make some changes to his squad in the month of January.
Our level of determination needs to be increased. He went on to add that after that, there will be a significant evaluation, and whenever the transfer window opens, we will evaluate what we are able to accomplish.