POTTER OUT: Two Top Coaches Todd Boehly Should Line Up As Replacement For Graham Potter At Chelsea.
Chelsea may have lost Roman Abramovich, but Todd Boehly is making sure the Russian oligarch isn’t sorely missed at the club.
During his era, Abramovich always splashed the cash on quality signings which helped Chelsea to win many trophies under his ownership.
Boehly has carried on that tradition by breaking the transfer record for most money spent by a club in a single transfer window.
11 new players were added to Chelsea’s ranks last summer which took their total transfer spend to a British record £271 million, surpassing Man City’s previous record of £223m.
This has shown pure ambition on the side of Boehly who appears intent on taking Chelsea to even greater heights than they were under Abramovich.
The American businessman has also shown ruthlessness by firing Thomas Tuchel when his team was underperforming, and he may need to do that again if he wants his huge investment to yield tangible results by the end of this season.
Tuchel’s successor Graham Potter may be a good coach, but from the way his team played against Manchester United and then Brighton, it’s safe to conclude he cannot take this Chelsea team far.
For the record, coaching Chelsea is the biggest achievement of Potter’s career so far (no offense intended).
And with no single trophy to his name as a manager, it’s difficult to imagine him leading Chelsea to a Premier League or UCL title charge this term which are exactly the two silverware The Blues should be competing for.
So here are the two top managers Todd Boehly should look to replace Potter with.
2. Zinedine Zidane.
The Frenchman is currently out of job since quitting Real Madrid last year.
With three Champions League titles and 2 LaLiga trophies under his belt, Zidane has the pedigree needed to manage a big club like Chelsea.
He’s a legend in the game, so he will definitely command respect in the dressing room and with his tactical ingenuity, he can deliver success on the pitch which will encourage Todd Boehly to invest more in the team.
1. Joachim Low.
Low is still available after parting ways with the German national team, and should be considered for the job if Boehly shows Graham Potter the door.
The 62-year old has a World Cup winner’s medal to his name which shows he can deliver at the biggest stage.
These are arguably the two most qualified candidates Boehly should line up as replacement if he doesn’t want Chelsea to be embarrassed again like we saw last weekend when they faced Brighton
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