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Who is Brighton & Hove Albion manager Graham Potter?

Graham Potter is the current Brighton & Hove Albion manager after being appointed in May 2019. Potter was born in Solihull, England on 20 May 1975 and is 44 years old. Potter previously played professional football for clubs around England such as Birmingham City, Stoke City, Southampton and West Bromwich Albion making most of his appearances at left back.

Graham Potter started his playing career in 1992 at Birmingham City, across his 13 year playing career, Potter made appearances for Birmingham City, Wycombe Wanderers on loan, Stoke City, Southampton, West Bromwich Albion, Northampton Town on loan, Reading on loan, York City, Boston United, Shrewsbury Town on loan and Macclesfield Town.

Potter started his managerial career at Swedish side Östersund in December 2010. Potter took the club from the fourth division of Swedish football to the first division (the Allsvenskan) in only 5 seasons. This was the club’s first ever time reaching the Allsvenskan and the fans were delighted, the following season, they finished 8th in the league and securing their top flight status. In the 2016-17 season, Östersund won the Swedish Cup and therefore qualified them for the UEFA Europa League for the following season. Östersund reached the Round of 32 of the 2017-18 Europa League as they beat Arsenal in the Emirates Stadium 2-1 but lost 4-2 on aggregate.

Swansea City took the gamble and brought Graham Potter to the club in June 2018 with a bid to have a successful debut season in the Championship after being relegated from the Premier League in the previous campaign. However, the board sold many of the first team players and Potter guided the team to a 10th placed finish and reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. Potter has won many awards throughout the duration of his career, individually he’s won the Swedish Football Manager of the Year award in 2016 and 2017 along with the Swedish Sports Coach of the Year in 2017.

On the 20th of May 2019, Graham Potter was appointed manager of Brighton & Hove Albion after agreeing a 4 year contract. The Brighton fans will be delighted with this appointment as Potter will bring a new philosophy of football to the club. They’ll also be hoping Potter can keep the club in the Premier League after a disappointing campaign in the 2018-19 season saw the club finish in 17th place.


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