Chelsea manager, Graham Potter has revealed that he’s yet to decide on who become the team’s number one goalkeeper.
Kepa Arrizabalaga may retain his place in Chelsea’s goal when they face AC Milan in the Champions League on Wednesday.
The former Brighton manager said he was not ready to put any labels on who his first choice keeper is.
“I’m in no rush to label anyone one or two or anything like that. I want to help Edouard get fit and ready to play, which he’s done really well so far,” Potter told reporters.
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“Then we’ve got two goalkeepers, and in an ideal world, you want football to decide. We’ve got two we really believe in and that’s a really good situation for us.”
Potter has been recognised for his “progressive” and “unconventional” coaching methods. At Östersund, he encouraged his players and staff to engage in community activities, such as performing in theatre and music productions designed to take them out of their comfort zone.
Potter describes his teams as “tactically flexible, attacking, [and] possession-based”. At Östersund, he deployed a flexible 3–5–2 formation centred on ball possession. Former Celtic and Barcelona player Henrik Larsson commented on Potter’s pattern of play, stating he “played all different kinds of systems, starting off a match one way, and then halfway through they started playing a different system, and then they ended up with a third system. And all the players knew exactly what they were doing.” At Swansea, Potter used ten different formations and his team completed the most passes per 90 minutes in the ChampionshipCopyright © 2022 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.