- Graham Potter began his playing vocation at Birmingham City in 1992.
- Graham Potter is designated Chelsea supervisor in the following 24 hours, finishing his three-year spell with Brighton.
Potter, 47, addressed Chelsea proprietor Todd Boehly on Wednesday night after Thomas Tuchel was sacked and has agreed with the club.
Potter was at Brighton’s preparation ground on Thursday morning yet didn’t lead the group’s meeting.
Chelsea desire to name another administrator before Saturday’s down away to Fulham.
As of now, 6th in the Premier League, the club has additionally conversed with previous Tottenham administrator Mauricio Pochettino and Sporting Lisbon lead trainer Ruben Amorim about the empty job.
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Brighton is arranging a public interview on Friday in front of Saturday’s excursion to Bournemouth; however not be satisfactory to address the media.
Previous Ostersunds FK and Swansea director Potter drove Brighton to a 10th spot finish last season, the club’s most elevated at any point first-class finish.
A previous full-back in the Football League with Stoke, West Brom, and York, Potter started his administrative vocation with Ostersunds FK in 2010, directing them from the fourth level of Swedish football to the first, winning the 2017 Swedish Cup and arriving at the knockout phases of the Europa League.
He then assumed responsibility for Swansea City in June 2018, enjoying one season with the Championship side before joining Brighton following Chris Hughton’s excusal.