Rio Ferdinand believes there’s a lot to do as Chelsea’s head coach after Thomas Tuchel draws 0-0 with the wolf.
In a monotonous match at Stamford Bridge, Tuchel’s new-looking team struggled to make a breakthrough in their frustrating first match as Chelsea manager.
Tuchel made some changes, some of which were ultimately unrewarded, but were unable to disassemble the well-drilled wolves of Nuno Espirito Santo.
It was Callum Hudson Odoi who really impressed Ferdinand. Ferdinand felt it was the “best he’s seen” of the youth. He was defensive and a source of future creativity.
And he felt Tuchel would have learned that Christian Pulisic and Mason Mount (both on the bench) would prove to be very important to his side in the future.
“He will have to be on the training pitch and will have to put out a tactical board to make them understand that it’s not all,” Ferdinand told BT Sport.
“You have to hurt your team and want to break in.” Listen, in halftime, it wasn’t too much until Pulisic and Mason Mount appeared on the pitch and they looked a bit more threatening. , You can’t judge him in this game.
“It was the best I’ve seen Hudson Odoi be honest with you. He was the most creative player and outlet. Later in the game he defended well.
“What he learned is that he is experienced today, but I think Mason Mount and Pulisic are the people who are going to give him a boost to the top of the pitch.”
– Soccer Sports
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