Pochettino leaves Chelsea by mutual consent after one season, despite a 6th place finish

By Majesty 2 Min Read

After just one season at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino left the team with mutual consent. 

On July 1st, Pochettino, 52, assumed leadership of Chelsea after agreeing to a two-year contract with a one-year option. 

Despite an unimpressive first half of the season, the Argentine earned criticism and helped the team place sixth in the Premier League. 

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Chelsea advanced to the FA Cup semi finals and placed second in the Carabao Cup. Pochettino expressed his gratitude to the Chelsea ownership group and sporting directors for the chance. 

The club is now in a strong position to continue growing in the upcoming years, both in the Premier League and in Europe.

Following Graham Potter and Thomas Tuchel, he is the third manager to be fired since Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital acquired the team in May 2022. 

The sporting directors, Laurence Stewart and Paul Winstanley, said, “On behalf of everyone at Chelsea, we would like to offer our gratitude to Mauricio for his contribution this season.

We wish him all the best in his future coaching career and will be happy to have him back at Stamford Bridge at any moment.” Additionally gone are coaches Sebastiano Pochettino, Miguel d’Agostino, Toni Jimenez, and Jesus Perez.

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