Todd Boehly's Team Sits 17th in the 2023 Table
It's been a tough year for Chelsea. With three different managers at the helm – Graham Potter, Frank Lampard, and Mauricio Pochettino – the team has struggled to find its footing. And their position in the Premier League reflects just that.
Only Five League Wins in 2023
When looking at results from 2023 alone, Chelsea finds themselves languishing second from bottom in the table. Out of 28 matches played, they have managed to win just five, while drawing ten and suffering 13 losses. This has earned them a meager 25 points, less than one point per game on average.
Troubles in Scoring and Conceding
Scoring goals has been a challenge for Chelsea this year. They have only found the back of the net 24 times, while conceding 35. In fact, both Everton and Bournemouth have scored fewer goals than the West Londoners, with just one less goal each.
Man City Dominating 2023
While Chelsea struggles, Manchester City has been on fire in 2023. They have notched an impressive 22 wins out of 27 matches, claiming the top spot in the table. Arsenal, Liverpool, and Aston Villa complete the top four.
Crystal Palace, Wolves, and Nottingham Forest Also in Trouble
It's not only Chelsea that has been having a difficult time in 2023. Crystal Palace, Wolves, and Nottingham Forest have also found themselves towards the bottom of the table, fighting to improve their position.
Despite owner Todd Boehly's £1billion investment in transfers, Chelsea's form on the pitch has failed to turn around. With hopes for a turnaround in the remainder of the season, Chelsea fans are eager for their team to find its winning ways once again.