“Is out of my hands” — Thomas Tuchel finally breaks silence about his Chelsea sacking for the very first time.
Thomas Tuchel, the former manager of Chelsea, has spoken out about being fired from Chelsea.
The former Blues manager, who replaced Tuchel, spoke to Sport Star from his vacation in India as Graham Potter lost his first game for Chelsea yesterday.
Everyone was obviously shocked when the man was fired, even the man himself. But he acknowledges that in this line of work, these things are unavoidable and to be expected.
After going through a particularly stressful period in his personal and professional lives, Tuchel went on a retreat to India to get some space, time, and introspection.
Many Blues supporters are still furious about the firing, and some of them say they have been’missing’ Tuchel ever since he left. It is undeniable that he was well-liked and idolized by his fan base. Also, there was reciprocity of sentiment.
As Tuchel puts it, “I liked every day at Chelsea.” Even though I felt like it ended too soon, I had no control over it. You voluntarily agree to this as well.