Graham Potter’s greatest challenge at Chelsea, according to Danny Murphy

Danny Murphy, a former midfielder for Liverpool, has highlighted what Graham Potter’s toughest challenge as Chelsea manager will be.

Graham Potter's greatest challenge at Chelsea, according to Danny Murphy

Soon after Thomas Tuchel was fired on Thursday, Potter was introduced as the new manager of Stamford Bridge.

Tuesday’s Champions League match between Chelsea and Dinamo Zagreb ended in a 1-0 loss for Chelsea, who had not started the season as most fans would have anticipated.

After leaving his post at Brighton to take the open one at Stamford Bridge, Potter is now in charge of moving the team up the standings.

Although the former England international Murphy thinks Potter can keep up his impressive play at Stamford Bridge, he adds that dealing with the egos of Chelsea’s “great players” will be a “tough” for Potter.

The English boss, according to him, will need to be “powerful” as he starts his term in the city.

Potter has the coaching talent and player group to put an end to that streak and deliver trophies to Stamford Bridge, the source informed Daily Mail.

Dealing with the egos of those star players who come on his door and ask why they aren’t on the team will be challenging.

It will be his hardest task, and he must pick it up quickly. Since I used to play for Liverpool, I am aware of how drastically different the standing of the players can be at organizations like Charlton and Fulham. The manager must speak up and engage in these frank discussions.

“The majority of the Chelsea boys have numerous trophies to their names and are internationals. Explaining the issue to them will be more difficult than it would have been with a disgruntled player at Ostersunds, Swansea, or Brighton.

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