No doubt, the Chelsea new boss is settling in and getting used to the team, Graham Potter on Monday revealed he wants brave players that are not afraid to make mistakes in his squad.
Potter also said he wants a tactically flexible, attacking, possession-based team at Stamford Bridge.
The Englishman was recently appointed as Chelsea’s new manager by chairman Todd Boehly.
Potter replaced Thomas Tuchel, who was sacked last Wednesday.
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Speaking at his first press conference, Potter said, “I want a tactically flexible, attacking, possession-based team. Players that are brave, that aren’t afraid to make mistakes. They can get on the ball and show courage and really try to enjoy their football.
“If the players are enjoying their football, there’s a chance that the supporters will enjoy it as well. That’s how you grow and develop as a club.
“Styles of play don’t make you win games. The challenge is having players believe in it and how it works.”