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After Chelsea’s 4–0 loss to Arsenal Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel gets criticized


Craig Burley, a former Chelsea midfielder, criticized manager Thomas Tuchel for becoming irate following the team’s 4-0 loss against Arsenal.

Through the efforts of Gabriel Jesus, Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, and Albert Sambi Lokonga, Arsenal defeated their London rivals.

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Following the game, Tuchel was visibly irritated. He questioned the dedication of the Blues stars and urged the club hierarchy to make more additions.

The former manager of Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain questioned his team’s preparation for the next season.

Thomas Tuchel has seen players depart Stamford Bridge including Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, and captain Cesar Azpilicueta and Marco Alonso appear to be considering leaving as well.

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However, the Blues have already signed Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli and Raheem Sterling from Manchester City, and more players could join before the transfer window closes.

Burley, an ex-player for Chelsea, has taken Tuchel to task for his post-game tirade and claims he has a “issue” with the manager’s demeanor.

“I’m now having a problem with this individual. There are always ways to try and get out, managers will search for justifications, he told ESPN.

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Sorry, but there aren’t ten players trying to leave Chelsea right now.

I don’t like that way of thinking.

He is responsible for getting them geared up and ready.

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“I’m sorry, but as the expression goes, the manager is ultimately responsible. Tell me whose responsibility it is, not to warn Chelsea supporters that they might not be prepared for the start of this season. He said, “It’s his job.


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