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Chelsea announces Tuchel as the club’s next boss – Soccer Sports

Chelsea have announced that Thomas Tuchel has agreed to coach the club on behalf of Frank Lampard.

Despite being a true legend in the club, Lampard spent a little over 18 months in charge of his beloved club, but moving forward from its good first season last year, this aspect is true. Could not be changed to the title candidate of.

The recent defeats of Manchester City, Arsenal and Leicester have left Bruce far out of the Premier League’s pace, with Roman Abramovich finally coming out, allowing Lampard to leave the club.

And they already had the manager in mind, as Tuchel was soon elected Chelsea’s next manager.

Tuchel, who is highly regarded in the game, is a manager who has already reached the Champions League final and won multiple trophies in the controversial PSG just before Christmas.

He is believed to have agreed to an 18-month move to the bridge, and hopefully there is an additional year’s option.

“I would like to thank Chelsea FC for their confidence in me and my staff,” Tuchel told the club’s website.

“We all have the utmost respect for Frank Lampard’s work and the legacy he has created in Chelsea. At the same time, we can’t wait to meet a new team and play in one of the most exciting leagues in football. ..

“I am grateful to be part of the Chelsea family. It feels great.

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Chelsea announces Tuchel as the club’s next boss

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