raham Potter has tipped Christopher Vivell to develop into an important cog in Chelsea’s new management construction.
Vivell’s appointment as technical director was formally confirmed this week, with the ex-RB Leipzig guru already laborious at work at Stamford Bridge.
The 36-year-old will bridge the hole between boardroom and boot room, filling the void left by Petr Cech’s departure in June.
Co-owners Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali have accomplished a fast overhaul of the west Londoners since their big-money takeover, with Vivell the most recent addition to the brand new homeowners’ rising off-field construction.
Potter has already had a number of conferences with Vivell, and handed Chelsea’s new arrival full endorsement.
“I’ve met him a few times and have a good feeling,” stated Potter. “I think he is going to be a real asset to the football club. I think his role is to connect the football in terms of the different departments.
“My normal relationship with technical directors is a supportive one. We’ll try to help each other so that’s how we’re going to work. I’m looking forward to our journey together.”
Vivell will work on switch technique in addition to different areas of progress for the Blues, tasked with pushing ahead Boehly and Eghbali’s formidable plans for the Stamford Bridge membership.
Chelsea’s new chiefs are decided to emulate the multi-club mannequin initiated by the likes of Purple Bull, and Vivell’s prior logistical expertise in that area will now show essential.
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