Mauricio Pochettino is the new Chelsea manager

Mauricio Pochettino is the new Chelsea manager
Going into the blue: Mauricio Pochettino is Chelsea’s new boss.

He has been in the cards for a long time, but confirmation came on Monday: Argentine Mauricio Pochettino (51) will lead Chelsea starting next season.


The club confirms this on its own websites.

The Argentine will start working on July 1, signing a two-year contract. The club also have the option of a one-year contract extension, should they wish.

Pochettino brings in Jesus Perez, Miguel D’Agostino, Tony Jimenez and Sebastiano Pochettino in the support rig.

The former Tottenham coach thus becomes the fourth Chelsea coach in less than a calendar year

The Argentine has been out of work since last July, when he left Paris Saint-Germain.

He won the French Cup in 2021, and the league the following season with the French capital team.

Pochettino gained a solid reputation and reputation in England when he secured the Champions League title for Tottenham Hotspur, leading them to the final in 2019, where they lost to Liverpool.

He also has a past in Espanyol and Southampton, Spain.

Chelsea finished this year’s season with a home draw with Newcastle:

Pochettino has a big job ahead of him at Chelsea.

The Blue Shirts dumped Thomas Tuchel in the summer of 2022. Graham Potter took the helm, but was fired less than seven months later. Then Frank Lampard took over on a temporary basis, but the former star was by no means improving things.

During Lampard’s nine matches as manager, the record was one win, three draws and six defeats. Chelsea finished 12th in the table. It is the club’s weakest position since the 93/94 season. Then they finished as number 14.


Premier League

  • Champions League
  • European league
  • UEFA Conference League Qualifiers
  • exclusion
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