Ian Holloway is fuming at the transfer policy of Chelsea
Former player and manager Ian Holloway admits that Chelsea are the only team that frustrates him most as a manager.
After being brushed aside by Bournemouth, the Blues did well to come back from that and crush Huddersfield 5-0 to reclaim fourth spot in the table.
Holloway, who was in one of the programmes of Sky Sports, wasn’t surprised at the response conjured up by Maurizio Sarri’s men.
However, he was fuming at the lack of trusts the managers and young players get at the club and haphazard transfer businesses.
He said: “It doesn’t surprise me that they can bounce back with the sheer talent that they’ve got in and around the club at all levels really.
“I probably get more frustrated with Chelsea than anyone else as a manager.
“I think they’ve been buying some brilliant young players, stacking and racking them for years and years to save themselves some money, but they don’t get into the team.
“[Ruben] Loftus-Cheek, every time I go there I think ‘oh please give him a game, give him a game, bring him off the bench’.
“I just don’t understand it.
“It’s probably because their manager has to win.”
Chelsea will travel to Manchester City next week for their next league game.