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Thiago Silva's wife appears to call for Mauricio Pochettino to be sacked after Chelsea's defeat to Wolves

Thiago Silva's wife appears to call for Mauricio Pochettino to be sacked after Chelsea's defeat to Wolves

Thiago Silva's wife made her feelings clear after Chelsea's defeat to Wolves.

Thiago Silva's wife appeared to call for Mauricio Pochettino to be SACKED following Chelsea's latest Premier League defeat.

The Blues suffered their 10th league defeat of the season on Sunday as Wolves ran out 4-2 winners at Stamford Bridge, with one of their stars being booed off the pitch.

The hosts took the lead through Cole Palmer, but Gary O'Neil's team hit back to eventually secure all three league points.

The visitors replied with four goals as Matheus Cunha bagged a stunning hat-trick.

Silva netted a late consolation for Chelsea, with his wife making her feelings clear after the crushing defeat.

After the match, Belle Silva seemed to call for Pochettino to be relieved of his duties before it's 'too late'.

She tweeted: "It’s time to change. If you wait any longer it will be too late."

Chelsea now find themselves in the bottom half of the table as they lie in 11th place, with 31 points on the board.

Speaking after the game, the Argentine boss said: "I think we are all not good enough. At the moment this is the reality. Myself, also. What we are showing today is we are not good enough. We didn't manage the situation properly.

"No-one can be safe, no? I don't want to come here and say I'm the best.

"At the moment, we are not matching the history of the club, that is true. We need to accept and be critical. We will not give up."

On Chelsea fans being angry inside the stadium, the 51-year-old added: "The perception is Chelsea should be in a different position but for different circumstances, we are not. One is maybe because we're not good enough.

"To understand the fans is really important. I feel sorry. We are disappointed like them but until the end we need to fight together. During the game we need to work together to get a good result."

Chelsea resume their faltering league campaign on February 12 when they travel to Crystal Palace.

Featured Image Credit: Belle Silva/Instagram/Getty

Topics: Chelsea, Thiago Silva, Mauricio Pochettino, Football