Former Chelsea player Shaun-Wright Phillips thinks that the Chelsea players are loving training sessions under their new manager.
Graham Potter is the new manager of Chelsea replacing German tactician Thomas Tuchel. Meanwhile, he has started off very well with five wins and 2 draws.
After a 0-0 draw against Brentford, Graham Potter continues his undefeated streak. Meanwhile, the Blues’ head coach would be tested as his team would host Manchester United on Saturday.
Manchester United seems to be in good form as they dominated against Tottenham 2-0 in the mid-week clash. Meanwhile, its undefeated record of Chelsea would be immensely tested by the Red Devils.
The Blues are currently in the 4th position with 20 points out of the 10 matches played.
Chelsea players are in love with the training
Ex-Chelsea star Shaun-Wright Phillips has shared some details regarding the training at Cobham under the guidance of Potter.
“He’s got the guys to put the numbers up and I’ve heard they are all happy and they love his training sessions. As a manager, if you have part and have elite players you have half won the battle.”
Meanwhile, the philosophy of the new Chelsea boss is slowly and steadily getting clear. The ex-Brighton manager is pulling all his strings to keep Chelsea in the title race.
Moreover, the Englishman has a talented squad at his disposal and can accomplish his target if he can get his moves right.
Meanwhile, it’s important to note that the former The Blues’ manager Thomas Tuchel had a sour relationship during the end of his tenure. So, it will be important for Graham Potter to hold the unit together and help them to stay in the title race.
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