Gallas is still not convinced and blames the squad for its lack of consistency, despite the fact that Chelsea has recently shown signs of improvement by winning three games in a running.
Despite the fact that they are presently ninth in the Premier League, Chelsea is still in the running for European qualifying.
However, their future games are fraught with uncertainty. He expresses his wish for more predictability from his previous squad and critiques Pochettino’s strategies and team selection. Gallas is a former player for the team.
In particular, the Frenchman emphasizes his surprise regarding Pochettino’s selection of a left-back, highlighting the fact that usual choices Ben Chilwell and Marc Cucurella are not available due to injuries.
Pochettino’s decision to play Levi Colwill in that position is criticized by Gallas, who also challenges the reason why Chilwell was not immediately reinstated after his return to the team.
at his argument, Gallas contends that a player should be fielded at their natural position if they are available, regardless of how well they are performing at the moment.
The techniques that Pochettino employs are difficult for him to understand, and he argues that there is a need for more aggressiveness in the management of the group of young players that were brought in during the most recent transfer windows.
In terms of how Pochettino handles the media, Gallas says that Pochettino may need to be more critical. He states that the manager’s efforts to create deep ties with players may hamper required difficult conversations.
Gallas is a diplomat. Gallas recognizes the delicate balance that exists in football management, where it can be difficult to be both stern and open with players. This is especially true when working with a team that has a large number of young players.