He's done a brilliant job at Brighton for sure in terms of results and style of play.
He seems like a top coach but it's also possible that Brighton's recruitment and sporting department deserves more of the credit and maybe his way of playing is easier to implement at a smaller club with lesser players and egos who will buy into his system more.
I think he's a good apppointment but I'll need to see how he does at a bigger team before being totally convinced.
My question marks are whether the ill-informed, and ill-versed in football, Chelsea owners can give him A LOT of time to see results or not.
Judging by how they treated Tuchel, Potter's future there is not gonna be bright
Strikingly enough, he shares a lot of similarities with Tuchel in getting results against big boys and being a master tactician in adapting to the opposition,
BUT having issues in winning consistently against minor sides and amassing many draws which should have been wins
He's a good coach but he's moving into a very difficult situation at Chelsea. He's always had good people above him at the clubs he's been at, and now he'll have basically no one. That's a problem they'll need to fix sooner rather than later.