Thomas Tuchel: Leaving Chelsea was out of my control


Former Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel spoke about his departure from the club and described it as a very early departure, after the Chelsea management announced his dismissal this season before Graham Potter was appointed to replace him.


Tokhil has been in India since October 12th for Indian Ayurvedic treatment.


“I was very happy at Chelsea, it ended very early for me but it was out of my hands,” Tuchel told India’s Sport Star.


On winning the Champions League with the team, he said: “The level of competition was very high, it was a level you never expected to win, we played the role of the underdog in that period. I am happy to face Real Madrid 2-0 and Atletico Madrid with the same result, Porto and also the final against Manchester City.”


Asked what his next step would be, Tuchel replied: “I haven’t made up my mind yet, now is the time to take a break.”


In a separate context, German new Chelsea coach Graham Potter has made a strong start since he took over the technical leadership of the Blues, succeeding his compatriot Thomas Tuchel after his departure on September 7.


Graham Potter took charge of the Chelsea team for 5 years until June 2027. Graham Potter led Chelsea in 9 games since he took over the technical leadership of the London club, succeeding his compatriot Tuchel, during which he achieved 6 victories and 3 draws, and his team conceded 4 goals and 5 Clean Chet.


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