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Absolutely terrible – Nevin slams one Chelsea player after 4-1 defeat to Brighton

Former Chelsea star, Pat Nevin, has criticized Raheem Sterling’s performance during their 4-1 loss at Brighton on Saturday.

Nevin described the £45 million man as “absolutely terrible”.

Sterling enjoyed an encouraging start to his career at Stamford Bridge after his move from Manchester City last summer, scoring four times in his first eight appearances.

The 27-year-old has played in a number of different roles under Graham Potter, including an unfamiliar wing-back role.

Sterling was among the Chelsea players who performed badly against Brighton.

Nevin said: “I’m watching Raheem Sterling right now, and I’ve said that Graham Potter has got the best from every player since he has been there, with one exception.

“Raheem Sterling. If he keeps playing the way he is right now, he’s not even a consideration for the World Cup.

“He is having a really really bad time and today he is having an absolutely terrible game.”

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