‘3rd division→2nd division→PL’ miracle, Chelsea?

Former Manchester United coach Kieran McKenna has been touted as Chelsea’s new manager.

“Chelsea have mutually agreed to terminate the contract of Mauricio Pochettino by mutual consent,” the club announced on its website today. The club will not make any further comment until a new manager has been appointed.” The club officially announced the parting of ways with Pochettino on its website on Wednesday.

There are now several candidates for the next manager. The return of Thomas Tuchel, who decided to leave Bayern Munich, has been talked about, while the unstoppable Graham Potter has also been mentioned.

Ipswich Town manager McKenna stands out. McKenna is a young manager, born in 1986 and not yet in his 40s. The former Tottenham Hotspur U-18 manager has been with the club since 2016. He was in charge of scouting for the Red Devils, and his work with the U-18s led to his promotion to head coach in 2018. At United, he has worked under the likes of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Jose Mourinho.

McKenna ended his association with United in 2021 and joined English third division side Ipswich. In his first season, the club finished 11th in the league after his mid-season arrival, but last season they finished second in the league and were promoted to the English Championship (second division). In the English Championship, they finished second in the league this season, securing promotion to the Premier League. That’s two leagues in two 카지노사이트 seasons. Their tactical prowess and leadership in bringing the players together has attracted the attention of big clubs.

“Chelsea could unveil a new look if they appoint McKenna as their next manager and bring in the likes of Victor Osimhen,” said The Sun on Feb. 22, revealing his best eleven.

It was a 4-2-3-1 formation that McKenna had often used at Ipswich. Up front was Osimhen, who has been heavily linked with a move away, with Christopher Nkunku, Cole Palmer and Omari Hutchinson in the second line. Enzo Fernandez and Moises Caicedo were the third line, with Alfonso Davies, Levi Colwill, Ousmane Diomande, and Reece James at the back. Petrovic was the goalkeeper.

Hutchinson impresses. Hutchinson is a striker that McKenna put a lot of faith in at Ipswich. He scored 10 goals and provided six assists in 44 league games this season. It was expected that he would take one of his protégés with him when he took over at Chelsea.

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