Graham Potter took charge of his first game as head coach of Chelsea on Wednesday, September 14, in the UEFA Champions League.

The English man was in the dugouts for the Blues who were held to a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge by Austrian champions, RB Salzburg.

Following the sacking of Thomas Tuchel last weekend, fans were expecting Potter, who was brought in from Brighton & Hove Albion, to hit the ground running.

However, his team’s performance against Salzburg was far from convincing with fans already unsure about his ability to lead the Chelsea team.

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