Bruno Saltor’s Chelsea contract was terminated less than four months into the Mauricio Pochettino era

Sep 27, 2023

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LONDON, England – Bruno Saltor, who originally joined Stamford Bridge as a member of Graham Potter’s coaching staff, has departed Chelsea less than four months after the club announced he would work with manager Mauricio Pochettino. Chelsea has had their worst start to a Premier League season since 1978.

In the midst of ongoing changes in the coaching staff under Mauricio Pochettino’s direction, Bruno Saltor, who formerly worked as Chelsea’s first-team coach, has parted ties with the club. Pochettino is presently debating whether to choose a replacement to fill Saltor’s vacant managerial position.

Chelsea has had a difficult start to the season, with their poorest showing after six games since 1978. When Graham Potter, the former manager of Brighton, was fired after only 31 games, Saltor assumed the position of interim manager.

Potter and Saltor first became acquainted while both were students at Brighton, where they worked together on several coaching initiatives. But according to recent sources, Saltor and Chelsea have decided to mutually terminate the final two years of his contract, marking the end of his time with the team. The departure of Saltor is a part of Chelsea’s coaching staff’s bigger restructuring initiatives as they attempt to get through a difficult season.

Pochettino claims he needs more time following his team’s sluggish season debut.

After the weekend’s 1-0 loss to Aston Villa sent them off to their worst top-flight start in 45 years, Mauricio Pochettino urged his players to “grow up” as a group.

As a result of Nicolas Jackson’s one-match suspension for collecting a fifth yellow card in his sixth Premier League appearance, Pochettino will also be without Malo Gusto due to the Frenchman’s red card.

However, the team as a whole has now gone three games without scoring, and this terrible run has dropped the Blues to 14th place in the Premier League, with their meager five points after six games being their poorest total since 1978.

Instead of concentrating only on personal development, Pochettino placed a strong emphasis on the team’s overall development. He admitted that young players with potential like Nicolas require time to acclimate to the Premier League’s tough atmosphere.

Pochettino emphasized the significance of young players having significant experience and learning from their mistakes, even though the team’s top aim is to obtain victories. He emphasized that situations like these, where players focus too much on inconsequential details, lead to disappointing game results.

For the benefit of the team, the manager emphasized the importance of altering the current situation.

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