Chelsea FC is flying high with the 15 matches unbeaten streak in all competitions. The club from west London are having their time of the season since Thomas Tuchel’s inception as a manager. There is no limit to better performance, and hence achieving best possible results is the prime target at Stamford Bridge, the manager believes.
The Blues have been performing exceptionally well in all competitions. From beating Atletico Madrid in the Champions League to reaching the quarter-final to beat Sheffield United in the FA Cup, the west Londoners are going great guns.
However, the Blues drew their last Premier League game against Leeds United and there are chances that they might lose their Champions League spot to West Ham United.
The Stamford Bridge brigade is active in all three major competitions, the Premier League, The FA Cup and the Champions League. Tuchel and Chelsea management are keen to lift the treble, if not, at least to pick up one silverware.
In an interview with Chelsea FC’s official website, Thomas termed the unbeaten streak as a “nice time“. The former PSG manager further talked about the future goals and targets the club will be aiming for. Tuchel conveyed, “We’re still in the comps, that means we’ve still three competitions to go. And then when we regroup it’s April, and then we can focus to the next eight weeks where we want to achieve the best results possible”
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The 47-year-old coach further asserted on his time with the club, “It’s nice to stay in the rhythm. I’m happy for the players also. It was very intense in these eight weeks. I’m looking forward to regroup, and maybe we can use it as a little bit of a pause before we end up hopefully in the decisive part of the season.”
Chelsea’s last defeat came against Leicester City where they went on to lose 2-0 on matchday 18. In quick succession, Tuchel replaced Chelsea legend Frank Lampard as the manager at Stamford Bridge. There was no looking back for the English giants ever since.
Chelsea are to face FC Porto in Champions League quarter-finals in a few days time. Adding on, the west London club will also look forward to reaching the FA Cup final after beating Manchester City in the semi-final.
The fans, in particular, are in high expectations of landing a trophy this season. It has been quite a long time since the Blues lifted a silverware. Nonetheless, the story could be different this time around, the Pensioners believe.
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