Tuchel thinks it’s normal to shout at Werner because …

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Thomas Tuchel, manager Chelsea, was caught shouting Timo Werner. For Tuchel, this is fairly normal and for its own reasons.

The moment of the scream was heard during the Chelsea vs Everton match at Stamford Bridge, London, England, Tuesday (9/3/2021) in the morning WIB. The Blues won 2-0 in this match.

In this match Timo Werner was installed on the right wing, with Callum Hudson-Odoi on the left. The two of them flank Kai Havertz who was plotted as False 9.

Well, at one point in the match Chelsea There, Thomas Tuchel was heard shouting at Timo Werner. His screams were quite clear because the match was still held in a closed stadium without a stadium.

“Timo, how long do you stay on the left? You play on the right! You only play on the left for the last 15 minutes! Do you understand?” so shouted Thomas Tuchel in the direction of Timo Werner in the fight.

Speak in front of journalists at Cobham, training base Chelsea, Thomas Tuchel explains his actions further. According to him, shouting like that to the players was normal.

“(The screams) were directed at him and at that time there were no spectators, things like this could be spread easily. I realized it (video) because people around me showed it (video),” he said as quoted by Antara. Guardian.

“We reminded Timo to return to his position on the right side because he was too long on the left. There was no scolding, neither was it aggressive. There were no condescending nuances. We didn’t insult each other. For me there is no problem saying something directly – and vice versa from the player.

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“Sometimes the coach is very focused on the match and says things out loud. Sometimes certain things are also not said in a friendly way. I also feel that no one takes such words to heart,” he said. Thomas Tuchel about Werner.

(krs / ran)



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