After just one training session and one match, Thomas Tuchel believes there’s hope and a future in Chelsea.
The German replaced Frank Lampard on Tuesday and was already on the training pitch by 6 pm that night.
His first game in the Stamford Bridge dugout ended 0-0 with Wolves on Wednesday, but Tuchel has seen enough to be optimistic about the future.
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“We had a very good training session,” Tuchel said. “21 guys who were totally awake, to try to do what we are doing – tactically, structure, where to accelerate the game, how to defend.
“I didn’t expect it to be on this level from one training and two meetings. It gives me a good feeling for the future.”