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Tuchel says ‘NO’ to any more questions related to his former club

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Former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has said that he does not want to speak about the club anymore. The german manager was sacked just months after winning the Champions League final with the club.

Speaking to reporters, Tuchel said,

“No more Chelsea. I don’t want to talk about them anymore.”

The German coach was sacked by Chelsea in September 2022, just six months after guiding the club to their second Champions League title.

Tuchel had a successful start to his time at Chelsea, leading them to a top-four finish in the Premier League. He also managed to win the Champions league, Fifa Club world cup and Uefa Super Cup, all in his debut season. However, his relationship with the Chelsea hierarchy reportedly deteriorated over the summer transfer window. And it led to his dismissal just a few months into the season.

Tuchel takes over as Bayern manager

Thomas Tuchel as the new Bayern Munich coach recently. After Olivier Kahn, the owner of Bayern decided to sack Nagelsmann in the middle of the season. Even though, Naglesmann was doing pretty well, the heirarchy of Bayern Munich were not much impressed and they sacked the german manager out of the blue.

Since becoming Bayern’s manager, tuchel has struggled himself to get his team to perform. Bayern got knocked out by Manchester City from the Champions League and are also struggling against small teams in the Bundesliga. There are chances that Bayern might lose the Bundesliga title for the first time in a decade.

Despite his success at Chelsea, it appears that Tuchel has no interest in discussing his former employers any further. The Blues, meanwhile, have moved on with another new but old manager, Frank Lampard. Lampard has become the manager of Chelsea for the second time. He has only been appointed as a caretaker manager of the Blues while the club are searching for a long term project in the summer.

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