Games Chelsea Coach Graham Potter Managed at Brighton
Potter had a 13-year playing career, mostly as a full-back for clubs such as Birmingham City, Stoke City, and West Bromwich Albion in the Football League.
In 1996/97, he made eight Premier League appearances for Southampton, including a famous 6-3 win over Manchester United, and was also selected for an England Under-21 match against Moldova that season.
Potter retired from football in 2005 and went on to work as a football development manager at Hull University, with a brief stint as technical director of Ghana’s women’s team at the 2007 World Cup.
Graham Potter was named Chelsea‘s new head coach on September 8, 2022, succeeding Thomas Tuchel.
Games Graham Potter Manage At Brighton
Graham Potter was the head coach of Brighton & Hove Albion for 134 games across all competitions.
He previously managed Swansea City for one season, with 51 games played, but his longest stint at a single club was with Ostersunds in Sweden, where he was on the bench for 221 games.
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