Graham Potter has been Chelsea’s manager for seven months after taking over from Thomas Tuchel, and he was fired on Sunday, April 2.
Although not on purpose, the separation occurred after a string of poor performances seven months after taking over from Thomas Tuchel. It came just 24 hours after the club suffered its 15th humiliating defeat, this time at the hands of Aston Villa.
Graham Potter, who was appointed on a five-year contract to replace Thomas Tuchel on September 8, 2022, has been shown the exit door after only seven wins in 22 Premier League games.
According to Skysports, he was fired during a meeting on Sunday.
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Meanwhile, former Brighton player Bruno Saltor has been appointed interim manager at Stamford Bridge.
The former Brighton manager is expected to be replaced by Julian Nagelsmann, who was fired by Bayern Munich a week ago.