Former Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has said that he cannot believe the club are still struggling to find form this late into the season, the Daily Express reports.
The Blues have won just three of their games this season, leaving the club languishing in 16th place in the Premier League table.
It’s a far cry from the phenomenal form they showed last term, in which they won the title eight points ahead of Manchester City, chalking up an impressive 87 points and recording just three defeats all season.
However, they’ve already lost seven games already this season, and Cech, who left Chelsea to join Arsenal over the summer, cannot believe that his side are still struggling to get themselves out of the slump.
“It makes me surprised,” Cech told Czech publication Tyden. “It’s a team that six months ago won the league.
“Players stayed there, the coach added more to his liking. It is very hard to believe that the club is in such a state.
“I was surprised to see their suffering at the beginning of the league, but I was even more taken aback by the fact that the crisis still continues.”
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