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Timo Werner's Interesting Comments About Chelsea's New Manager Thomas Tuchel

Thomas Tuchel has brought instant accomplishments to the Brigde after replacing the Blues former manager Frank Lampard in January 2021.

In 20 games in all competitions under Chelsea's Thomas Tuchel, they have kept 15 clean sheets and only lost once to West Bromwich Albion.

Timo Warner who is a German international attacker and plies his trade at Stamford Bridge has suffered in terms of his goal contributions for the team. He started the season well but the goals dried up along the way.

Werner's overall contribution to the team however has been impressive, he scored ten goals and assisted nine goals this season.

This shows how unselfish he is as a player to Chelsea and his team mates.

Speaking on Mike'd Uncut, the Blues attacker (Timo Werner) said some very interesting things about his current manager Thomas Tuchel.

He said the new gaffer has instituted a system which has made it easy for the players to quickly adapt.

Timo threw light on the either 3 or 5 at the back system adopted by Thomas Tuchel with the wingers drifting to aid the teams attacking players.

He noted that Thomas Tuchel has brought a structure where Chelsea plays either with two strikers and a number ten or with one striker and a number ten.

Most importantly he noted that the manager has paid particular attention to the Blues defence which has become so structured and strong for many teams to break down.

Finally, Timo Werner stated that, it is good to have good attacking players who score alot of goals but even more important is the defensive side of the game.

In his words, "attackers win you games but defenders win you competitions".

No wonder the Blues are still involved in the Champions League later stages this season as well as fighting for top four in the Premier League and through to FA Cup final which will be played in May 2021.

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