Chelsea have reportedly parted company with coach Bruno Saltor despite claiming that he would form part of Mauricio Pochettino’s backroom team.Information Guide Nigeria
According to The Telegraph, the 42-year-old Spaniard’s contract has expired, allowing him to leave Stamford Bridge. This agreement was reached in covert behind-the-scenes negotiations, with no public announcement.NYSC Portal
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Bruno and Graham Potter had transferred to Stamford Bridge in September 2022, with Chelsea paying Brighton a world-record £21 million ($26 million) in compensation for the new manager and his coaching staff. Only Ben Roberts, the chief of goalkeeping, and Kyle Macaulay, the data analyst, remain in west London.
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Potter lasted 31 games across seven months in charge of the Blues, with Bruno – who took caretaker charge for a 0-0 draw with Liverpool – among those to be placed on leave when managerial reins were passed to club legend Frank Lampard on an interim basis. After Pochettino’s hiring in the summer, Chelsea asserted that he had rejoined the team.
This agreement endured for less than four months, after which Bruno was permitted to move on. Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is hopeful that those still by his side will be able to reverse the club’s fortunes in the coming weeks, as questions begin to be raised about his future. Big-spending Chelsea have collected just five points from six Premier League games in 2023-24, and are already without European football after finishing 12th last season.
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