Kai Havertz confesses suprised at Thomas Tuchel's sacking
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Kai Havertz Confesses Suprised At Thomas Tuchel’S Sacking

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The Chelsea forward Kai Havertz said that he was surprised by Thomas Tuchel’s dismissal as coach because he didn’t think the squad was performing poorly.

After a sluggish start to the season that culminated in a discouraging 1-0 loss against Dinamo Zagreb to open their Champions League campaign, Tuchel was fired earlier in September.

Recently, Antonio Rudiger, a Real Madrid player who left Chelsea in the summer, admitted that he was shocked to see Tuchel leave Stamford Bridge. Teammate Havertz of Germany also expressed surprise at Tuchel’s departure.

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When informed that Rudiger was startled by Tuchel’s exit, Havertz responded, “Me too,” to Kicker. “Especially when you look at how we’ve played over the last 15 months and what we’ve accomplished.

“Considering that we are now in sixth place in the table and that we have a large number of newcomers who must first adjust, you cannot say that the season has gotten off to a bad start. However, because football moves so quickly, anything can happen at any moment.

Havertz noted that Graham Potter, Tuchel’s replacement, is looking forward to the upcoming season and has settled in nicely behind the scenes in west London.

“Our new coach has made a wonderful first impression, and our team is outstanding. We’re going to have fun, I think,” he remarked.

Potter has overseen just one Chelsea game so far, a 1-1 draw against Salzburg at home. On October 1, the Blues will play again when they travel to Crystal Palace.


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