Brighton chair praises Potter and club's new technical director after impressive season start

5 November 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Graham Potter started his managerial career in Sweden, where he won three promotions with Östersund.

Speaking to an independent fan podcast, Brighton Chairman Tony Bloom lauded the club's leadership and spoke of his ambition to turn Albion into a top-ten club.

Favoured by many to go down this season, Brighton lie eighth in the league after 11 games. 

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Chairman of Brighton & Hove Albion Tony Bloom has heaped praise on the club's head coach and technical director after an impressive season start, and elaborated on his plans to turn Brighton into a top-ten side.

"In my opinion, we have started brilliantly this season and he’s got the tactical awareness, the man-management skills and the experience to improve those players and get us to that top-ten position," Bloom said of the club's head coach, Graham Potter, speaking to the independent fan podcast Albion Roar.

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