- Aug 29, 2012
I said the same on other threads. Chelsea or England are jobs he could do without moving his family.
I also don't think the new owners will have a sacking culture at Chelsea. They clashed with Tuchel all the time. Jason Cundy who has great sources at Chelsea was saying that yesterday. It's clear that they want a more "Brighton like" culture. Even the owners and Tuchel disagreed about the Gilmour transfer.
Slightly disappointing that he's not repaying the faith and loyalty we showed him but these two jobs were the ones I always worried about. Of course, there could yet be a red flag that turns him off but if there is we'll lose him in December or January.
Potter was always going to leave, because of his success he has made himself highly sought after. What is so disappointing for us Albion fans is the timing and nature of this potential departure. On Sunday we were all on the crest of a wave with an emphatic victory, top four position and plaudits all round. Now we are consumed by disillusionment and doubt - where do the club go from here?