Ex-Chelsea manager Potter closing in on first managerial job after Chelsea sacking
Graham Potter, the former Chelsea head coach, is nearing an agreement to become the new manager of Ligue 1 team OGC Nice.
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Potter has indicated interest in taking over Nice, according to the Daily Mail.
Because both parties have met, the nice board members are keen to bring Potter in.
Nice, owned by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, has had a successful season in French Ligue 1 and now sits in ninth place.
Chelsea fired Graham a few months ago.
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The Englishman lasted fewer than seven months and had the lowest victory rate of any permanent manager in Chelsea’s history.