FC Chelsea: Thomas Tuchel Confident despite threatening sanctions

Team manager Thomas Tuchel From FC Chelsea, despite the sanctions against club owner Roman Abramovich confidently looks confident about the future of the association.

“As long as we have enough jerseys and a bus, we will be there and fight hard,” said the former Dortmund and Mainzer after 3-1 (2: 0) in the Premier League game at Ulticht Norwich City.

“So far we can rely on each other and nothing will change,” says Tuchel. Everyone could be sure “that we focus on ourselves to maintain the attitude and mentality on the training place and within the team”.

In the course of sanctions against the Russian oligarch, the World Cup winner apparently loses its main sponsor. The mobile phone company Three called on the club on Thursday to take the advertising up to further from the jersey breast and from the stadium environment. According to media reports, Three was revealed to advertising so far 48 million euros per season.

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The British government had set abramovich to her sanction list and chelsea faced with massive problems. The Londoner may now only be thanks to a special license in the league. In addition, the sale of the association designed by Abramovich is impossible for the time being.

The tense situation could be “not influenced,” Tuchel said, “The extent of the effects is huge, the news is gigantic and we do not know how big you will be.” Speculation about a possible resignation pointed Tuchel: “I’m still happy to be here and to lead a strong team,” he said.

Previously, the blues had mastered their compulsory task in Norwich thanks to National Kai Havertz sovereign. The ex-Leverkusener prepared the 2-0 by Mason Mount (14.) and scored the final score in the final minute. Trevoh Chalobah had launched Chelsea in the third minute, the former Schalke Teemu Pukki turned a trademeter for the interim connection goal.