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Everything You Should Know About Chelsea Interim Manager, Bruno Saltor



Everything You Should Know About Chelsea Interim Manager, Bruno Saltor
Everything You Should Know About Chelsea Interim Manager, Bruno Saltor

With Graham Potter’s recent dismissal from Chelsea Football Club, speculation about who will take over as the new permanent manager has already begun.

A number of high-profile names have been thrown around, including Julian Nagelsmann, Zinedine Zidane, and Mauricio Pochettino.

Despite the buzz surrounding these candidates, for now, Chelsea fans will have to settle for Bruno Saltor as their temporary coach.


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Saltor’s appointment as interim coach has been confirmed by the club, with Todd Boehly stating that everyone will be supporting Bruno and the team as they focus on the rest of the season.

While Bruno may only be a temporary solution, Chelsea’s decision to appoint him as interim coach underscores the club’s commitment to finding the best possible candidate to lead the team in the long term.


As a former professional player turned coach, Bruno brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the position.

It remains to be seen who will ultimately take on the role of permanent manager at Chelsea, but fans can rest assured that the club is taking the necessary steps to secure the best possible candidate.

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In the meantime, the focus will be on supporting Bruno and the team as they work to achieve their goals for the season.

So, who is Chelsea Interim Manager, Bruno Saltor?

Bruno Saltor playing career

Bruno Saltor has been named as the interim coach of Chelsea Football Club following the recent dismissal of Graham Potter. While he may not be a household name, Saltor is a highly experienced football professional with a wealth of knowledge and expertise to bring to the role.


Saltor was born on October 1, 1980, in Barcelona, Spain. He began his football career as a right-back for local club UE Sants before moving on to play for other Catalan teams such as Espanyol and Alaves.

After a successful playing career that spanned over a decade, Saltor transitioned into coaching.

The former right-back spent much of his career in his native Spain, enjoying spells at Espanyol, Gimnastic, Lleida, Almeria and Valencia, before joining Brighton as a free agent in June 2012 where he worked alongside Potter.


Bruno would then go on to spend the rest of his career at the club, becoming the captain at the Amex Stadium as Brighton secured promotion to the Premier League and then later established themselves as a perennial top flight team.

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After a hugely successful seven-year spell at the club, Bruno announced his retirement from football in 2019.


Bruno Saltor coaching career at Brighton

Following his retirement, Bruno took out a post as a ‘senior development coach’ at Brighton as part of Potter’s coaching staff.

As well as becoming a key member of Potter’s backroom staff in that period, Bruno also became a Football for Future climate champion, helping spread the word of the need for football to reduce it’s carbon footprint.

Bruno Saltor at Chelsea

As you might have guessed, Bruno was brought to Chelsea by Potter in September as part of his new Blues backroom staff.


Bruno joined Bjorn Hamberg – who had been a part of Potter’s staff since his time at Ostersund in 2011 – in making the leap over to Chelsea.

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Saltor’s experience as a player and coach make him well-suited to the role of interim coach at Chelsea.


He has a deep understanding of the game and a track record of success that will serve him well as he works to lead the team through this transitional period.

As interim coach, Saltor will have the opportunity to demonstrate his leadership skills and football knowledge to Chelsea fans around the world. While his tenure may be temporary, it is clear that he is up to the challenge and will work tirelessly to help the team succeed.

In conclusion, while many fans may not be familiar with Bruno Saltor, he is a highly experienced football professional who is well-suited to the role of interim coach at Chelsea.


As the team continues to search for a permanent manager, fans can rest assured that Saltor will be doing everything in his power to help the team succeed.

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