Chelsea, Behind the road to the European Championship

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Until now, Chelsea fans are still living the sweetest life as the current UEFA Champions League winners.

         Believe it or not, you have to believe that in the midst of a busy season in 2020/21, especially. When it comes to changing managers, no one would have thought that the team would reach the top and lift the European Championship trophy.

         107th season in club history and 32nd consecutive year in the elite league. The squad added to the mega-money, including Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Kai Havertz and Eduard Mendy, totaling more than £200 million.

         With that kind of money, Frank Lampard was under heavy pressure. The team did well in the UEFA Champions League. But the Premier League has been disappointing and the final straw was torn. After a 2-0 defeat to Leicester City left them losing six of their first 19 games. Just 26 points. Although less than 24 hours. Before the team’s 3-1 win over Luton in the FA Cup. The decision has been made.

         There have been reports of internal issues with Frank Lampard’s disapproval of reinforcing the squad. And with that money, the team is not ready to pay more for the players that the former midfielder really wants. Especially in the case of Declan Rice, who has been in the news throughout the summer.

Excavations are plentiful. Especially in this regard, Lampard had problems communicating with Marina Granovskaia, who were almost inconsistent with each other to the point that Petr Cech had to be an intermediary all the time.

         But that’s the end, it is pass by Chelsea to pull Thomas Tuchel. Who had just hit Paris Saint-Germain. retired one month earlier

         The arrival of the French boss Reiki has completely changed the face of the London Lions game. Especially in the matter of playing plans that have turned to use the 3 center system from the past, playing with 4 defensive plans throughout.

         He became the first coach in Premier League history to manage without conceding a goal in his first five home games, and is unbeaten in his first 13 games in charge. Chelsea’s longest-serving team for a new coach