Chelsea co-owner reaches a decision on Graham Potter’s future at the club

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The Chelsea co-owner surprised a lot of people when he sacked the fan favorite Thomas Tuchel and appointed Graham Potter. But just after two months of taking the charge, the pressure is continuing to mount on Graham Potter. After the recent loss to Newcastle, the fans are growing impatient with backing Graham Potter. Some speculation have been raised saying that Potter’s spell at Stamford Bridge could be short-lived. The manager have failed to make a mark at Stamford Bridge. There’s a strong portion of fans that are yet to be convinced by Potter. Therefore Chelsea’s recent performance in the Premier League have only strengthened their beliefs.

Four possible replacements to succeed Chelsea manager Graham Potter

An article in the Daily Mail suggested a few notable names who can succeed the former Brighton manager at Stamford Bridge. The obvious favorite is Mauricio Pochettino. The former Tottenham manager was linked with Chelsea before Potter took charge. The article also suggests Joachim Low as one of the names with the former Germany manager looking to come back to club managing. Another name that made on the list is Zinedine Zidane. The Frenchman have had a very successful spell in Spain. And finally, Brendan Rodgers is another name that has been going around. The former Chelsea manager is reportedly back in favor after he changed the tides for the Leicester team.

However, the Athletic reports that Potter has Chelsea’s full ‘total backing’. The Chelsea co-owner has made it clear that they are with Graham Potter. Therefore it is clear that their support for Potter is unwavering. However, it is undeniable that the break has come at a very favorable time for the former Brighton manager. Graham Potter will get enough time to gather his team and plan for better performance. Chelsea must do better in the next half of the campaign.

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