Thomas Tuchel’s Resignation from Chelsea was Announced

Following an investigation, Chelsea has decided to part ways with head coach Thomas Tuchel. The Blues’ poor start to the season continued on Tuesday night as they lost 1-0 to Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League.

Tuchel said after the game in Croatia that his squad had underperformed once again, claiming that his men were deficient in every facet of the field.

Given the club’s recent spending in free agency and Tuchel’s apparent authority over player acquisition, it was hard to see the German being stripped of his responsibilities.

However, Chelsea confirmed that they will be parting ways with Tuchel on Wednesday morning, bringing his tenure as a manager to an end after 100 games.

Chelsea Football Club has Today Parted Company with Head Coach Thomas Tuchel

The following was said in a statement released by the club: “Chelsea Football Club has parted ways with Head Coach Thomas Tuchel today.”

In the name of everyone at Chelsea FC, the club would like to express its appreciation to Thomas and his crew for all they did while they were affiliated with the club and for all of the hard work they did during their time there.

After winning the Champions League, the Super Cup, and the Club World Cup during his tenure at Chelsea, Thomas will have a place in the club’s history that is well-deserved.

The new ownership group has been in control of the Club for one hundred days already, and despite the fact that it has been putting in a lot of effort to move the Club forward, the new owners think that now is the appropriate moment to make this transfer.

“While the club works quickly to hire a new head coach, Chelsea’s coaching staff will take responsibility of the squad for training and the preparation of our future matches,” “Chelsea’s coaching staff will take charge of the team for training and the preparation of our upcoming matches,”

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To Replace Frank Lampard, Tuchel was Chosen As the Next Manager

After Frank Lampard was replaced by Tuchel in the dugout in January 2021, Chelsea won the Champions League for the second time in club history, defeating Manchester City in the finals.

Despite winning the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup the following season, Chelsea’s season was a mixed bag due to their inability to fight for the Premier League championship and their penalty shootout losses in the EFL Cup and FA Cup finals.

Off the field, owner Roman Abramovich was hit with sanctions for his ties to Vladimir Putin, who had launched a military invasion of Ukraine.

A group led by American businessman Todd Boehly took control of the West London club after several months of stalemate, and Boehly has been actively serving as the interim sporting director, assisting Tuchel in remaking his team in the wake of the departures of Andreas Christensen, Antonio Rudiger, and Romelu Lukaku.

However, Boehly has decided to make a move after just seven competitive matches this season, with Chelsea having gathered 10 points from six Premier League games, and with Tuchel departing Stamford Bridge with 60 victories and only 16 losses.

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