Thomas Tuchel will be leading his side through a hard task tomorrow as they go head to head with Manchester City
The German sets to take on Manchester City tomorrow for the semis of the FA Cup after pacing past FC Porto into the semi finals of the UEFA Champions League.
Chelsea were seen to have possessed a super fighting spirit and this rewarded handsomely as they are are now in the decisive part of the European competition.
Knocking out Atletico Madrid is considered Tuchel‘s first huge impact as Chelsea manager as he just inherited the club weeks before the game.
Members of the current squad know one thing and that is in order to gain a role under the new manager, hard work and perseverance is highly needed.
Several names have been left behind and several names have been handed opportunities to prove they are worth it.
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Timo Werner has been seen lately left as an unused sub in Chelsea’s last two games.
Likewise Tammy Abraham who returned from injury spell to join Olivier Giroud on the bench.
Marcos Alonso was picked over Ben Chilwell during the early days of the German but it appears he couldn’t work hard to keep the spot as Chilwell is seen back in action and impressing.
Kai Havertz has ever since been handed the false 9 role began impressing just like the Bayer Leverkusen days.
The German has become a pivotal part of Chelsea’s attacking line after misfiring Werner was left to the sidelines.
Same goes for Christian Pulisic who broke Lionel Messi’s most fouled man record in the night against FC Porto.
During the press conference today, Tuchel confirmed the three men have worked so hard to gain the spot they now hold in his squad.
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