New Chelsea boss Maresca wants to get fans onside

New Chelsea manager Enzo Maresca emphasized the importance of reestablishing the connection between the
club and its fans following a challenging two-year period at Stamford Bridge. The 44-year-old Italian replaced
Mauricio Pochettino last month after the Argentine’s departure by mutual consent. Maresca, who previously
impressed by leading Leicester City back into the Premier League, is focused on creating a winning mentality
and culture at Chelsea.

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“For me, it’s quite clear we need to create as soon as possible the right mentality, the right culture – a culture
that the fans can be proud of the team,” Maresca told the club’s website. “We’re going to try to be an aggressive
team on the ball and off the ball. We need to create this connection between the fans and the club, especially at home.”

During the tenures of Pochettino, Graham Potter, and caretaker boss Frank Lampard, the atmosphere at Stamford
Bridge often reflected frustration, with fans expressing their discontent towards the players, management, and club
hierarchy. Despite a strong finish to the season, losing only one of their final 15 league games and qualifying for the
Europa Conference League, Chelsea ended the season without a trophy for the second consecutive year.

“When you join a club like Chelsea, you have to know it’s a club that has to win,” Maresca asserted. “For us, we’re
going to try to do our best to be there, to fight and to compete with the clubs that in this moment are winning and
fighting to win titles.”

Maresca expressed confidence in the squad’s potential, highlighting its talent. “One of the reasons I’m here is because
I’m convinced that the squad is very good. It’s full of talent, so the most important thing now is that we are able to create
the right culture to drive us through the season,” he added.

Maresca’s vision for Chelsea revolves around fostering a strong, winning culture and reconnecting with the supporters, aiming to bring the club back to its winning ways and restore the pride of the fans.

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