3 Things We Have Learnt about CHELSEA FC and THOMAS TUCHEL. Thomas Tuchel has now been in charge of Chelsea FC for three weeks so I thought it was time to make a 3 Things We Have Learnt about Chelsea FC and Thomas Tuchel so far. Tuchel is still unbeaten and Chelsea have only conceded one goal (Rudiger own goal) since Thomas Tuchel took charge of Chelsea. Let me know any questions you want me to answer for the first GBFC Chelsea Q&A in the comments below regarding how WE MOVE forward under Thomas Tuchel!

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  1. Q&A: is this current season similar to that of last season – “young pretenders to title contenders”? Though we have a richer squad in terms of quality [this season], it is not always apparent/ conveyed on the pitch – our durability and playability is often quite fragmented or segmented for Chelsea (e.g. only strong for the first half or lose confidence partway in a game), it seems without M. Mount, Kovacic and Hudson-Odoi we still seem quite lethargic and static. As many suggest this is down to the absence of a ‘pre-season’, therefore do you believe next season will be that leap to “title contenders”, have we escaped the phase of “young pretenders”?

  2. Fat & Slow Ben Chewill overrated is fot sell! Prefer Alonso or Emerson! Next is Mount because he more prefer Kante or Pulisic/ Ziyech in that position. Last game vs Newcastle Mount totally no contribution at all & so obvious Tuchel was not happy that was why Mount was substituted. This never happeb during Lampard time.

  3. Q&A: Could you see Pulisic as a sub (or starter) in the current Timo position of the central-striker-overlapping #8? I feel that one thing Chelsea is conspicuously missing are players attacking RWB crosses. Pulisic seems to always go kamikaze balls-out, very usefully, to attack the ball in those situations where Timo/Giroud/Tammy often hold their runs for cutbacks. If relieved of the far left side bias he usually plays with, playing centrally off Giroud/Tammy, could you see him attacking crosses better and becoming the #1 scorer for the second half of the season?

  4. Q&A: What do you think the future of N’Golo Kante looks like at the club. Tuchel seems to love him, but do you think it’s time for him to move on? Especially considering we could use the money to buy a player like Haaland.

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