Bruno keen on giving his best at Chelsea

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Bruno Saltor is keen to putting his best at Chelsea following the exit of Graham Potter as he look forward for his first game in charge against Liverpool.

Chelsea interim manager Bruno Saltor will take charge of his first game against Liverpool in the Premier League as the Blues seek Potter’s replacement.

The Spaniard was given the responsibility following the exit of former Brighton manager Graham Potter at the club.

Speaking to the press ahead of the game against the Reds Bruno said: “It is not my decision, it is the club’s decision and the club has asked me to step up and be professional and that is what I am doing,’ Bruno says.

“I feel good, it is my duty and it is a duty of responsibility. I am in a really important club and I am going to try my best.

“All of us, we know the situation here and it is what it is and we need to focus on this game, on Liverpool, and thinking about the past and what has happened before is not going to help me now.”

It, of course, remains to be seen how the game pans out tonight at Stamford Bridge but the interim head coach does not believe any sort of improvement in the Chelsea display would be a reflection on what has gone on before.

“The job of the players is to perform well and play their best in every single training session and every single game,” Bruno added. “Today they are going to try their best and that is what we are expecting.”


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