Chelsea will appoint Thomas Tuchel as the new manager after the ruthless sacking of Frank Lampard, who was sacked less than 24 hours later, against Luton Town in the fourth round of the FA Cup

Sensitivity to the sacking of one of the greatest players in Chelsea history was reflected in the club’s owner Roman Abramovich, who took the unprecedented move of issuing a statement after deciding to discharge Lampard from his duties Abramovich regretted the tone, speaking of his “excellent personal relationship” with the 42-year-old and calling him an important icon, but the Russian was also pragmatic, saying that the Stamford Bridge hierarchy believed a change in leadership was needed be current circumstances “

Lampard’s legendary status at Stamford Bridge wasn’t enough to save him after Chelsea slipped to ninth place in the Premier League, five points below Liverpool in fourth place, despite spending £ 220million last summer The West Londoners have lost five of their last eight league games and are confident that Tuchel, available after being sacked by Paris Saint-Germain last month, can revive their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League The 47 -year-old German could be used in time for Chelsea’s home game against the Wolves on Wednesday, although the Covid-19 protocols could prevent him from taking part in the game

Chelsea said the decision to sack Lampard, who was 18 months on a three-year deal, was not taken lightly but after Leicester’s 2-0 loss last Tuesday, the writing on the wall feared Lampard feared that Game would mean the end of his tenure, it goes without saying that after full-time he even said goodbye to some of the players in the dressing room

Lampard held out for a few more days and it seemed like he had bought himself some time after beating Luton However, Chelsea did not let defeat of a championship team sway them as they host Burnley on Sunday, visiting Tottenham on Thursday and face Atlético Madrid in the Champions League final of 16 next month, the hierarchy wants to give a new manager some momentum and inform Lampard of his sacking after postponing training on Monday morning for the former England midfielder’s trusted assistants , Jody Morris and Chris Jones are also expected to leave

Chelsea have long been performing and started thinking of alternatives after their recent defeats to Arsenal and Manchester City, aware of Tuchel’s interest in the job and stepping up succession planning after the Leicester game, Petr Cech, the technical and performance advisor of the club, was involved in finding a replacement for Lampard, his former Chelsea team-mate

Julian Nagelsmann of RB Leipzig was an option, but after considering the possibility of hiring Ralf Rangnick temporarily, Chelsea turned to Tuchel, the former Borussia Dortmund coach who won two Ligue 1 titles with PSG and the French one The team that led to the Champions League final for the first time last season is tasked with rebuilding the damaged self-confidence of the entire squad

After Chelsea agree to pay Derby £ 4m in compensation, Lampard returns to lead the club, for which he has scored a record 211 goals In 2012 he won three Premier League titles and the Champions League “Everyone knows my love for this club and the story we shared, but my only focus is on the job in hand,” he says. “I’m here for to work hard to bring the club further success and I can’t wait to get started “

Chelsea loses 4-0 at Manchester United in his first responsible Premier League game. After United’s worst defeat since 1965, he vigorously defends his players. “There were many elements today that I liked,” he says were under a lot of pressure We won the ball back high in many areas. We dominated the midfield. For big spells in the first half they couldn’t get out ”

After qualifying for the Champions League in fourth place and losing 2-1 in the FA Cup final, Chelsea-Emerick Aubameyang scored two goals while Matteo Kovacic was sent off. Chelsea cannot get away from injuries of captain César Azpilicueta and striker Christian Pulisic recover “For us it all came together today: two hamstrings, a dislocated shoulder,” says Lampard. “It’s the end of a long, long season and it was the turning point for us”

Kai Havertz is employed by Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 89 million GBP signed This is the most expensive signing of a 222 million summer frenzy GBP Lampard’s successes last season were achieved despite a transfer embargo, but Havertz and £ 475m forward Timo Werner struggle to adjust. “It’s not an easy transition to this league,” Lampard said in January. “I think people who ask should give them time ”

An all-out 2-2 loss at Leicester marks the fifth in eight Premier League games for Chelsea when they were eliminated from the title race, Lampard suggests, as it has been his most recent practice, that his players bear significant guilt “There is Players who aren’t playing as well as they should be, “he says.” You’re the only ones who can handle it. How you deal with setbacks defines you. Beating Luton in the FA Cup isn’t enough to save Lampard, the on the 25th January is released

Tuchel’s job is not only to revive his German compatriots Timo Werner and Kai Havertz, both of whom have had problems since moving to England. Werner has scored a goal in his last 16 games and Havertz has disappointed, but the problems are widespread Lampard couldn’t find a level team while Chelsea conceded too many goals during Lampard’s reign Kepa Arrizabalaga, the £ 716m goalkeeper, has struggled

There have been positive results under Lampard as he overcame a transfer ban to qualify for the Champions League last season.His legacy will be seen in promoting academy products, many of which are said to be extremely loyal to him Expectations this season have been higher, however, and Lampard, having struggled to win over mighty director Marina Granovskaia, failed to bring Chelsea to the top of the league

There was a lack of consistency in the selection and the players felt that the team had no identity.The dressing room unrest has increased and sentiment has worsened with Lampard’s occasional public criticism on his side after losing It it goes without saying that Antonio Rüdiger, an influential figure in the dressing room, had an argument with Morris

It turns out that Lampard, who had led Derby County in the championship for just a year before returning to Stamford Bridge, was too inexperienced when he replaced Maurizio Sarri in 2019, although he did well in his first season, there has been no visible progress this season

Chelsea’s fans lagged behind Lampard, but he had the worst points average of any manager in the Abramovich era, it’s up to Tuchel to pick the pieces.He carries risks as he has a reputation for dealing with his superiors, but his trainer pedigree is undisputed

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