“An ABSOLUTE MESS” — Pundit Pat Nevin slams and names Chelsea player who is responsible for the humiliating lose against Brighton

“An ABSOLUTE MESS” — Pundit Pat Nevin slams and names Chelsea player who is responsible for the humiliating lose against Brighton.

During Chelsea’s Saturday loss to Brighton, Pat Nevin criticized the England and Chelsea winger’s performance, calling the £45 million player “absolutely dreadful.”

After joining the Blues in the summer after leaving Manchester City, the England international had a promising debut, scoring four goals in his first eight games.

Sterling scored in Graham Potter’s first match in charge, a 1-1 Champions League draw with RB Salzburg, but he hasn’t scored since August.

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The 27-year-old has played a variety of positions for the former Brighton manager, including an unaccustomed wing-back position.

Nevin, who once played as a winger for Chelsea, found it difficult to understand Chelsea’s performance in the first 45 minutes. He was most surprised by Sterling’s lack of impact.

Nevin worries that Sterling’s form has been so bad that he shouldn’t even be considered for the World Cup despite the fact that the former Liverpool star has been a regular for Gareth Southgate in recent years.

With one exception, Graham Potter has gotten the best out of every player since he arrived at the club, according to Navin Pat, who is now observing Raheem Sterling. If he continues to play the way he is, he won’t even be taken into consideration for the World Cup.

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