Next Chelsea Manager Betting Odds

Many things have gone wrong at Chelsea in recent years. However, it seems like they may have finally found a winning formula with the signing of Mauricio Pochettino. A signing that was somewhat controversial given the Argentine's cult hero status at London rivals Tottenham Hotspur. 'Poch' has proven in the past that he has what it takes to get the best out of young players and help mould them into superstars which is exactly what club owner Todd Bohely will be looking for after he spent an obscene amount of money on young footballers.

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However, it's well-known that the Chelsea ownership isn't patient and the club can't afford to not play in the European competitions next season, if Pochettino isn't providing the goods early on, will the board be erratic or will they give this high-quality manager an opportunity to get the best out of the team?

Chelsea Previous Manager history

NameTenureWin Percentage
Frank LampardApril 2023 - May 20239%
Graham PotterSeptember 2022 - April 202339%
Thomas TuchelJanuary 2021 - September 202260%
Frank LampardJuly 2019 - January 202152%
Maurizio SarriJuly 2018 - June 201962%
Antonio ConteJuly 2016 - July 201865%
Guus Hiddink*December 2015 - June 201637%
Jose MourinhoJune 2013 - December 201559%
Rafael Benitez*November 2012 - May 201358%
Roberto Di MatteoMarch 2012 - November 201257%

*Interim Manager Note:

  • To be included managers must have coached at least 15 consecutive games.
  • List includes last 10 managers

Chelsea Recent Season's History

SeasonLeague RecordFA CupEFL CupEurope?
2022-2312th (11-11-16)R3R3QF (CL)
2021-223rd (21-11-6)RURUQF (CL)
2020-214th (19-10-9)RUR4Winner (CL)
2019-204th (20-6-12)RUR4R16 (CL)
2018-193rd (21-9-8)R5RUWinner (EL)

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Who will be the next Chelsea manager?

The manager role at Stamford Bridge is now one of the most hotly spoken about head coach roles in the country. We've seen managers who have had a high quality managerial career take on the Stamford Bridge hot seat and come-up short. Such as Thomas Tuchel, who despite an incredible first season and won the Champions League beating Manchester City in the Champions League final before being sacked by the club before he went to Bayern Munich and won the Bundesliga title. Tuchel will never be deemed a failure but for some reason, he isn't remembered as fondly as he should be.

It was the league where Tuchel was deemed as falling short but he wasn't the only manager to do so, Maurizio Sarri, Graham Potter and Frank Lampard have all fallen short in recent memories. Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho had solid spells in charge of the club but the Chelsea manager's position is unlikely to see those levels in the near future. If Mauricio Pochettino does end up losing his role as Chelsea boss, it will likely be top names from European football who top the next Chelsea manager betting odds. Could Julian Nagelsmann be the next Chelsea boss? After taking the head coach role with the German national team role could he be interest in the Chelsea job? The club need to get back to challenging for Premier League titles and owner Todd Boehly is unlikely to settle for anything else which could lead to some swift changes in the Chelsea dugout.

Unai Emery - the current Aston Villa manager could be Chelsea's next permanent manager but West London might not be an attractive proposition when everything is going so well in Birmingham, therefore, it's likely that the next Chelsea manager odds will likely host someone who wants to take a step up and go to Stamford Bridge.

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