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Thomas Tuchel tipped for Chelsea job after Blues sack legend Frank Lampard

By AFP 20m in the past

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LONDON – Chelsea introduced on Monday they’d sacked supervisor Frank Lampard after a poor run within the Premier League.

“This was a very difficult decision for the club, not least because I have an excellent personal relationship with Frank and I have the utmost respect for him,” mentioned proprietor Roman Abramovich.

Chelsea are struggling in ninth place within the Premier League desk, 11 factors behind leaders Manchester United.

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They have lost 5 of their previous eight Premier League matches after begin to the season.

Chelsea’s report goalscorer Lampard signed a three-year deal in 2019 and regardless of a switch ban, led them to the FA Cup ultimate and a fourth-place end in his first managerial marketing campaign at Stamford Bridge.

Despite spending £220 million on new gamers together with Ben Chilwell, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner it has didn’t translate into improved outcomes.

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His points-per-game common of 1.67 is the fourth-lowest of any everlasting Chelsea supervisor within the Premier League.

Former Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel in line to take over, reviews mentioned.

German coach Thomas Tuchel is ready to switch Frank Lampard at Chelsea. Picture: AFP

Tuchel solely grew to become obtainable a month in the past when he left PSG, lower than 5 months after taking them to the Champions League ultimate, which they lost to Bayern Munich.

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The 47-year-old German gained back-to-back league titles with PSG, however that was not sufficient to fulfill the membership’s bold house owners, who changed him with Mauricio Pochettino.

Prior to PSG, Tuchel impressed at Borussia Dortmund, having began his managerial career with Augsburg after which Mainz.

AFP



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