Tuchel vows not to allow what happened under Lampard happen to him

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Chelsea’s recent form in the Premier League have been called into question after a 1-1 draw with Burnley, and then a hard fought 2-1 win over Watford, with a draw to Manchester United and a defeat to Leicester City.

These results have seen Chelsea drop to third in the league, and it has dropped the team’s momentum enroute to winning the league.

The December-January period is the most hectic in the Premier League, and it was around this period that led to Chelsea’s slump and consequently the dismissal of club legend Frank Lampard.

Thomas Tuchel has revealed that Chelsea’s slump last season won’t happen under his watch.

“Not one second,” the boss said on BT Sport when asked if he’s worried about the team heading towards their customary December slump.

“Every loss is a bump in the road, that will not hold us back from what we demand from us but we need to play more accurate, more stable and reduce big mistakes.”

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1 Comment on "Tuchel vows not to allow what happened under Lampard happen to him"

  1. It happened to Lampard, and it can happen to you too if you don’t put to use the quality you have. I wish you could make use of Lukaku, give him the ball, allow him to shake his body then all will be fine. Read the intensity of different games for better management of players.

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