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Mauricio Pochettino: Predictable Chelsea does it again



Mauricio Pochettino: Predictable Chelsea does it again

No sentiments between Chelsea and Mauricio Pochettino as both party bid final goodbyes.

There are very few things that are certain in life; death and tax being one of them, and Chelsea sacking an underperforming manager being the other as reports has it than Mauricio Pochettino has been let go from the club.

In an emergency report corroborated by Sports journalist, Fabrizio Romano, the Blues hierarchy are said to have agreed terms with the Argentine coach to part ways with immediate effect. The report according to the Telegraph as states that Chelsea are looking forward to bringing in a young manager to lead the project moving forward.

Mauricio Pochettino: Predictable Chelsea does it again

Fabrizio Romano in his report also confirms that Chelsea are having internal discussions to decide on the next manager that replaces Mauricio Pochettino.

Rumors had flown in Monday evening, speculating on the future of Mauricio Pochettino as Chelsea manager, with many handles on Twitter name dropping Sporting Lisbon coach, ,Ruben Amorim as one of the names under consideration amongst many others.

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Addressing the report, Chelsea Directors; Laurence Stewart and Paul Winstanley said:

“On behalf of everyone at Chelsea, we’d like to express our gratitude to Mauricio for his service this season. He’ll be welcome back to Stamford Bridge any time and we wish him all the very best in his future coaching career.”

Mauricio Pochettino also spoke on his mutual exit from the club, saying in quoted text;

“Thank you to Chelsea ownership group and Sporting Directors for the opportunity to be part of this football club’s history. The Club is now well positioned to keep moving forward in the Premier League and Europe in the years to come.”

Mauricio Pochettino becomes the fourth manager in under 2-seasons at Stamford Bridge, with Thomas Tuchel, Graham Potter and Frank Lampard all managing the club in the 2022/23 campaign prior to the Argentine taking over in the recently concluded season.