The Blues have debunked claims from the Portuguese side claiming Tuchel told Sergio Conceicao for f**k off
Chelsea night of advancement into the Semi Finals didn’t go by well as sparks are still yet to be quenched between both sides.
Blues saw FC Porto off at the Quarter finals following a 2-1 aggregate victory to march into the Semis.
But after the game last night, Tuchel was seen confronted by Porto manager and other of his team members.
The side claim Tuchel had told Sergio Conceicao to f**k off and this then caused the uproar.
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Tuchel was then afterwards joined by Rudiger and Mendy who defended their manager against the opposite side.
Not just did this start after the game, reports revealed even before the end of the game, both managers had been in disagreement at the sideline.
Even Porto players were said to have used ‘industrial languages’ in the pitch against Chelsea players who they tried to instigate certain moods in. Though this isn’t uncommon in football.
Amid the issue, a Chelsea spokesperson debunked every claim from their last night opponents.
‘This allegation is complete nonsense,’ the Chelsea spokesperson said.
Chelsea await to learn of their semi finals opponents tonight with Liverpool and Real Madrid set to go head to head.