Mauricio Pochettino, Chelsea’s new manager, has stated his intention to win every major English football trophy.
At his final press conference, Pochettino announced his ultimate goal: to win the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the Carabao Cup.
In one of the world’s most competitive football cultures, nothing short of sweeping all domestic trophies would be considered a success story.
The Argentine found a dedicated group of players, and now he’s ready to set the setting for thrilling contests and stunning victories.
In the summer transfer window, Chelsea spent about $600 million on players like Christopher Nkunku, Moises Caicedo, and others, as we previously reported.
Mauricio Pochettino took over a roster that was 11 players too large after the previous season.
Mauricio Pochettino is happy with the team’s progress and performance in the Premier League thus far.
The storied manager has seen promise in Chelsea’s current roster and is confident that they will achieve their aims this season.
After being asked what he wants to accomplish with his team, Pochettino said, “I want to win the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the Carabao Cup.”
It was previously reported manager Mauricio Pochettino had signed a two-year contract with the Premier League hopefuls, with no further extension options.
In his first season as a Premier League manager, Pochettino has high hopes of shaking things up and helping his team climb the standings.
The football world, of course, is watching with bated breath to see how his coaching masterpiece plays out this season.
Mauricio Roberto Pochettino Trossero is an ex-player and current manager of professional football from Argentina.
Mauricio Pochettino Says He Is Motivated To Win The Premier League With Chelsea
He was born on March 2, 1972, and he just signed on as Chelsea’s new head coach for the next season.
When he first entered the professional ranks in 1989 with Newell’s Old Boys, the former Tottenham and PSG manager found his calling as a defender.
The Argentine manager’s first job was at Espanyol, where he stayed until 2012 due to bad results and financial issues.