Graham Potter: Chelsea and New Coach Gambling on Each Other

By Michael Blaser
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Chelsea may be considered to have rolled out by appointing manager Brighton Graham Potter as the successor to fired Thomas Tuchel, but that feeling may only be mutually beneficial.

The 47 -year -old Solihull -born Potter has falsified an extraordinary reputation with his work in Brighton, following the success at Ostersunds FK in Sweden and Swansea City, producing interesting soccer brands and an increasingly interesting important list of important success.

Potter, however, has not been tested in the type of household that Chelsea will be provided, far from a stable work environment that allows him to work very well in Brighton, get the freedom to create and build in a way that has worked very well on the southern coast.

Brighton has given the time, patience, and the will of Potter to consider the mantra that is indifferent as part of the processes that are not given to the Chelsea manager.

Potter does not have to deal with a bigger ego and signing brought at a large cost before his arrival when walking to the clubs before.

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