Thomas Tuchel’s first rant

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Thomas Tuchel was in charge of his fifth game at the head of Chelsea on Thursday night. And the Blues won on the lawn of Barnsley (0-1), thanks to Tammy Abraham, thus continuing their journey in the FA Cup. But the German manager did not like everything about this meeting.

Questioned at the end of the meeting by the BBC, he did not fail to let it be known. We didn’t have enough courage and we played too low, far too long, he said before continuing. “We can clearly play better than that, so, yes, I expected more, but not to the point of being frustrated”, he said.


The former Paris SG technician clearly pointed out the behavior of his players. “If you lack rhythm and confidence, what you have to show against an opponent who takes all the risks and plays the game of his life, it’s complicated. We can do better, but I don’t want to be too hard on the players ”, he said.

More than positive since his arrival on the London bench (four successes, one draw), Tuchel has for the first time shown disappointment with the copy made by his Chelsea. How will his players live these first public criticisms and this first warning? Response against Newcastle on Monday (24th day of the Premier League).

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