Good news, it appears Chelsea manager Graham Potter has turned to becoming a military man, as he has been spotted wearing an army uniform in an attempt to improve team spirit at Chelsea.
Boss Graham Potter brought his squads to meet real soldiers as part of a bonding day to encourage more teamwork in the locker room.
Chelsea manager Graham Potter, who famously got his players to perform “Swan Lake” during his time at Ostersunds, would have some kind of team bonding fun up his sleeve.
Last Tuesday, the entire squad was transferred to an army base near the town of Liss in Hampshire.
Bordon and Longmoor Military Camps are in the area and have a long history in the Armed Forces.
With all of the new signings, this type of thing could be invincible.
However, the article claims that Potter has some secret plans for next week as well. As if being a footballer wasn’t already a lot of fun!
Source: The Sun