Graham Potter named new Swansea Metropolis supervisor
Graham Potter has been named Swansea Metropolis’s new supervisor on a three-year deal as they try and rebuild within the Championship following relegation.
Potter joins from Swedish facet Ostersunds FK, with the 2 golf equipment agreeing a compensation package deal.
Assistant supervisor Billy Reid and recruitment analyst Kyle Macaulay can even transfer to south Wales.
The 43-year-old succeeds Carlos Carvalhal, who departed after they went down on the ultimate day of 2017-18.
Potter guided Ostersund from the regional tiers in Sweden to the top-flight Allsvenskan with three promotions, successful the Swedish Cup alongside the best way.
“It is an opportunity to start out once more,” mentioned Potter.
“We all know how irritating the previous couple of years have been, however hopefully the relegation can be seen in a number of years’ time as the very best factor that ever occurred to the membership.
“We are going to attempt our greatest and work laborious each day to present the supporters a workforce they’ll really feel happy with; they’ll join with and see are attempting to enhance.”
Ostersunds FK chairman Daniel Kindberg:
“He [Graham Potter] is a extremely mental individual, very heat, with a superb sense of humour. His tactical conscious and concepts of the sport are completely high class.
“He’s a genuinely heat one who strongly needs to win soccer video games.
“He won’t solely take Swansea again to the Premier League, he’ll make the title of Swansea Metropolis larger than it’s at present.
“The restrict is all the way down to the help he can get and if he will get sufficient he’ll do miracles.”