Thomas Tuchel was terminated as manager of the Chelsea football team after their Champions League match on Tuesday night against Dinamo Zagreb. Every 20 months, the now 49-year-old former manager of Paris St. Germain and Borussia Dortmund leaves his post at Stamford Bridge.
The management team at Tuchel’s has been handed interim control of the company by the proprietor, Todd Boehly, until a suitable successor can be located. The club has released a statement saying that the owners think it’s a good time to say that they’ve hired a new head coach.
On behalf of everyone at Chelsea FC, the club would like to extend an extra special thank you to Thomas and his crew for all of the hard work they have done while they have been affiliated with the club throughout their time there. Thomas is a legendary figure in the history of Chelsea because he helped the team win the Champions League, Super Cup, and Club World Cup.
As the new possession group has now had control of the club for 100 days and is actively working to promote the club, the new owners believe that the time has come to make this change.
It has been decided that there would be no more remarks made until a new head coach has been appointed. According to a statement released by Chelsea FC, the club’s employees “may assume command of the team for coaching and, as a result, the preparation of our next matches.” Tuchel guided the squad to victory in the Champions League for the second time on January 26, 2021, just four months after taking over as head coach from Frank Lampard.
In the latter half of that year, he was a participant in the Fifa Club World Cup as well as the Uefa Super Cup.