Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel said he and his players have an obligation to battle for everyone at the club in the wake of insisting he will remain at Chelsea at least "until the finish of the In their first home game since owner Roman Abramovich was endorsed and precluded as a director of the club, Chelsea grabbed a sensational late win over Newcastle.
Around the same time Chelsea Women got a stoppage-time win upon Aston Villa, and manager Emma Hayes said she isn't worried over the spot of the women's team.
Yet, technical counsel Petr Cech says the club is taking things "step by step" in the midst of progressing restrictions.
After Kai Havertz's 88th-minute victor at Stamford Bridge, Tuchel guaranteed fans he wouldn't abandon them.He said: "There's no question I stay until the end of the season. We simply need to stand by day by day because everything can change.
"This result immensely affects us, to give this joy to our fans implies a great deal. It makes a huge difference.
"We know how special we are. This is an immense club, we are in the concentration, however we are extremely special.
"Many individuals in this club are not really special, perhaps face a more existential danger and are more worried over their future than us.
"This gives us an obligation to battle for them, keep their heads as high as possible and not yield. This is what we can do and this is what they request from us."
Talking before Sunday's down, former goalkeeper Cech also communicated worries for staff at the club whose careers are in danger with the future looking questionable.
He said: "We have a great deal of inquiries however relatively few responses.
"We trust individuals working for the club will actually want to get their salaries and carry on with their lives, and ideally work. However, this is a troublesome inquiry for me to address as I don't have the foggiest idea what the permit will resemble in days.
"That is the reason discussions are going on. We might want to know how we work and how we can manage the group going ahead. Without these responses, it's difficult to plan. We go day by day and we want to do it this way right now."
'Everyone is against us Right now’
With uncertainty surrounding all parts of the club, manager Emma Hayes says she isn't concerned that the women's team will be overlooked.
She said: "I know our place inside that club, I know our importance. I don't need any of us to be punished or attacked. Toward the day's end Chelsea football club is essential to the football community.
"I'm not worried over us, we're an important resource for the football club and I know that inside and I don't anticipate that that should change.
"We need to stay together. Everyone is against us at the right now. Also, that is motivating us; everyone added to that success today."
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