Chelsea FC – The Management Team 2023
Here we look at the Chelsea FC Management Team 2023. Who are the people responsible for managing the Chelsea FC squad? The Management team is made up of all types of management including developments, assistants, scouting etc. There are also a number of former Chelsea players who help run the club. Watch & Bet Here =>
Following the departure of Frank Lampard in January 2021, Thomas Tuchel has been given new staff and has brought along a few of his own men from his previous club PSG.
The New Chelsea FC Management team
Why do Chelsea flip through managers so often. Ever since the beginning of the Roman Empire in 2003 at Chelsea, Stamford Bridge has become a breeding ground for managers who have come and gone.
From the Special One to respected bosses like Carlo Ancelotti, nobody has been able to prevent the Roman axe. So why do Chelsea fire managers so often?
Meanwhile, Chelsea saw a big turnaround in its ownership this year when Roman lost his club ownership due to the Russia-Ukraine war. American billionaire Todd Boehly and a consortium of investors completed their takeover of Chelsea in a deal worth $5.25 billion (£4.25 billion) on May 30, making it the most expensive team transaction in professional sports.
Chelsea will start their new era under Todd Boehly and they started the preparation with the summer transfer window. Chelsea are not a stable club in terms of management. They have flipped through over 10 managers under him. Let us take a look at who all were there and how they all fared in the battle to survive in the Roman Empire.
Graham Potter joined Chelsea in September after the departure of Tuchel. Club appointed the former Brighton manager, and he remained the manager fro eight months but his winning percentage was around 30%. After the loss to Aston Villa following the international break, Chelsea sacked him.
Thomas Tuchel joined Chelsea in the second half of the season 2020-21. He won the Champions League trophy by beating City in the final. Chelsea looked like an improved side next season and finished third in Premier League but he also saw a downfall. Chelsea were the runner-ups in League Cup and FA Cup. He was involved in transfer windows but in September 2023, he was sacked after Chelsea’s defeat in the Champions League.
The Chelsea legend took over the managerial role in the summer of 2019 from Sarri and spent almost £250m in the 2020 summer window bringing in talents like Kai Havertz, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Edouard Mendy and Hakim Ziyech. He failed to win a trophy for the Blues and was sacked in January 2021 after just 17 months of being in charge.
The manager who won the league with Leicester City was Chelsea manager more than a decade back when Roman came to power. He however, was not given much time and a failure to win the league saw him lose the job; the first in a long, long line.
The Special One, as he was self-proclaimed, Mourinho changed Chelsea for good, both literally and metaphorically. He made them serial champions but left the club after total domestic dominance as things with Roman were beginning to crack.
He did a good cover up job but a lack of charisma of being a Chelsea boss meant that he was always on the line. The defeat in the final of the Champions League meant that the job went to his successor.
Luis Felipe Scolari:
The dynamic Brazilian boss entertained Chelsea fans but his tactics were overly attacking and unbalanced. Soon the Blues talented squad crumbled and the players lost their faith in the gaffer; which meant only one things, sack goes Scolari.
The close friend of the Russian oligarch was brought in to save the club from avoiding an embracing end to a flat season. He did brilliantly and had it not been for a completely incompetent and possibly corrupt referee in the Champions League, the Blues would have won the trophy.
A highly respected boss, his swaggerish style of football entertained the Bridge in a disciplined manner. He won the league in his debut season scoring a record 103 goals but his failure to match the tally the next season saw him get sacked.
The young Portuguese boss had just won it all with FC Porto and people were comparing him with an young Mourinho. However, his reign collapsed rather quickly and he had to leave the club midway.
Roberto Di Matteo:
Replacing a boss, taking over a deflated team, he did it all to take the team back to its best, including giving them the much coveted Champions League trophy in a brilliant rear guard and Old Guard act.
However, the next season despite getting talents like Hazard and Oscar, the team could not keep up the form and Di Matteo had to go.
The most unpopular Chelsea boss, the fans never accepted him. He was only interim but did well to win the Europa League and get a top four spot. Was relieved of his duties at the end of the season.
The return of the king as it was thought to be. He came back with a different squad but brought to the club the same tough mentality. With a few adjustments over one season, he won the league in the next.
However, the third season proved to be a horror show as he was shown the door after leaving the Blues reeling out of the top 10 and closer to relegation than to Europe.
Once again brought in as a temporary manager, he managed to steady the ship, only a bit though. Was relieved of his duties at the end of the season.
The fiery Italian boss was brought in to revamp the Blues team and boy did he do it. The players adopted to his mentality and won the league in his first season itself.
However, once again the manager was not allowed to make transfer calls, an absurdity followed strictly by Chelsea, and Conte failed to deliver the next season and got sacked.
Chelsea FC Management Team 2023
Chelsea FC coaching staff
|Name/Positions||Age||Appointed||Contract expires||Last club|
|To be Appointed||–||–||–||–|
|Matt Bernie||35||01-Jul-19||–||Chelsea U23|
Chelsea FC Board of directors
Chelsea FC Scouting staff
|Bruno Saint André||50||1-Aug-18||–|
Chelsea FC Medical department
Chelsea FC Advisor
|Advisor of Management|
Chelsea FC Academy coach
|Name/Position||Age||Nat.||Appointed||Contract expires||Last club|
|56||Jul 1, 2004||–||–|