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Chelsea might have played a goalless draw with Wolves on Wednesday, in what was Thomas Tuchel’s first game in charge of the club, and Tuchel was buzzing after the game.
The new Blues boss was codfident in what he saw on Wednesday despite having just one training session with the team.
Meanwhile, pundits were less than impressed with what they saw from Chelsea, but Michael Owen admitted that the new manager said all the right things and that Chelsea will do well in the future.
“I him to be a success over time. I like the way he spoke. He said the right things, he was positive,” Owen told Premier League productions.
“I can imagine sitting in the dressing room, thinking, ‘it’s great, the manager is pleased with us, he’s explained why he’s positive about the future.’
“He said the right things. I think we’re going to enjoy watching his teams in the future, but today was pretty poor.
“They’ve got an exceptional group of players, invested a lot, good youth, backing of the board and an exceptional coach.
“We’re not having a go at Tuchel, we just feel sorry for Lampard and I’m sure Chelsea are going to do well.”