Brighton chairman Tony Bloom believes Graeme Potter has left a wonderful legacy for those. Who will become the football club’s next boss.
Chelsea officially confirmed on Thursday they have appointed the 47-year-old boss as the club’s new manager. After the sacking of Thomas Tuchel a day earlier.
Graeme Potter left the Amex with the success he built with the team. Which Bloom is confident that despite his departure. He has left a legacy with his successor UFBET.
“I am very disappointed that Graeme left us, he has been outstanding in the last three seasons. He’s a great coach and an incredible person. He will be greatly missed by our club,” Bloom told the club’s website.
“He has left a wonderful legacy for his successor with the club at the highest level ever. And for leading us to the greatest success in the club’s history last season, I would like to thank Graeme, Billy, Bjorn, Ben and Kyle for their work here and wish them all the best. in the future”
“While our interest is to appoint Graeme’s successor as head coach. Of course we are focusing on Saturday’s game against Bournemouth and backing Andrew Crofts as interim coach.
Potter started his professional managerial career in January 2011 with Swedish club Östersund. He won three promotions and the Svenska Cupen with Östersund, leading them to the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League knockout stage. He was appointed manager of Championship club Swansea City in June 2018, and moved on to Brighton & Hove Albion of the Premier League a year later. In 2022, he became head coach of Chelsea.