Mauricio Pochettino calls for immediate success at Chelsea

The new manager of Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino, has emphasised the need for immediate results, noting that there is “no patience” in football and that the team must “deliver from day one.”

Pochettino was hired to replace Frank Lampard as Chelsea manager.

The 51-year-old former manager of Tottenham FC has agreed terms on a deal that will last for two years and include an option for a third season.

Chelsea’s difficult 2022–2023 season was evident from the club’s 12th-place league finish and the appointment of three new managers.

Mauricio Pochettino calls for immediate success at Chelsea

During his introduction, Mauricio Pochettino made it very apparent that there is no time for a methodical process of rebuilding, stating that “It is about producing from now… We cannot communicate to the public that we require six months to produce something.

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At his first news conference at Stamford Bridge, Mauricio Pochettino addressed the media and expressed his satisfaction with the discussions he had with the club’s owners. He stated, “The most important thing I need to show them is trust in me and the players, and the fans can trust my decisions and the way we operate.”

He was referring to the fact that he needed to show the club’s owners that they should have faith in him and the players. I am not the kind of coach who has to constantly be begging for power.

Pochettino was rumored to be interested in returning to Tottenham after the club parted ways with Antonio Conte, but he ultimately decided to take the job at one of their London rivals instead.

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When referring to Chelsea as “the greatest team in England” during the past ten to fifteen years during an in-house interview, as Pochettino did, creating controversy among Spurs fans, the Argentine manager was met with backlash from former followers of his former team.

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