Director Roberto De Cervi opened his mouth about the resignation of manager Graham Porter.
Chelsea recently sacked their manager. The club said on its official website on the 3rd (Korean time), “Coach Porter has agreed to leave the team. He took us to the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) and we faced Real Madrid. Chelsea thank Porter for all his hard work and contributions and wish him well for the future.”
Sexual weakness was the cause. This season, he succeeded Thomas Tuchel as manager at Chelsea and seemed to be stably settling in, continuing his undefeated streak in the early days of his tenure. However, after that, his game performance declined and he began to shake little by little and fell into a swamp of sluggishness. During the season, he also recorded his worst performance, winning only 2 wins in 10 matches. Chelsea executives continued to show confidence in Porter, but were unhappy with his recent choices, including tactical decisions, and announced his resignation. 카지노
De Cervi was quite shocked by Porter’s sacking. Director De Cervi, who took the helm of Brighton after him, expressed his regret about Porter’s resignation through a pre-press conference.
According to British media ‘Football London’, he said: “It’s really sad. Bad news for managers. I think people attach too much importance to managers because the players are always important. Because the responsibility doesn’t lie solely with them. I really hate when a manager gets sacked.”
“This is bad news for the players and for the club. I just want to thank Porter. He took over a team with a really good attitude and mentality,” he said. “It’s hard to judge because you don’t know the situation or the atmosphere in the dressing room. “I don’t really like to talk about other teams and managers. I’m just sorry that you have a sad situation.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea, which sacked Porter, are working behind the scenes on appointing the next manager. Maucirio Pochettino, Carlo Ancelotti, and Zinedine Zidane have been mentioned, but recently he has been strongly associated with Julian Nagelsmann.