Thomas Tuchel, the head coach of Chelsea, has been fired.
On Wednesday, September 7, the club announced it in a statement that was published on its main website.
The 2022–2023 season saw the club’s first challenging time under the management of the 49-year-old German professional football manager and former player, who assumed leadership in 2021.
Chelsea presently sits in sixth place at the table, ahead of Liverpool, with ten points from six league games played in 2022–23. They have won three and lost two.
Tuesday’s UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE match between Dinamo Zagreb and was Tuchel’s last game. They lost 1-0.
As part of his efforts to move Chelsea Football Club forward, new owner Todd Boehly has started a new managerial search.
Chelsea statement on Thomas Tuchel sack
“Chelsea Football Club has today parted company with Head Coach Thomas Tuchel.”
“On behalf of everyone at Chelsea FC, the Club would like to place on record its gratitude to Thomas and his staff for all their efforts during their time with the Club. Thomas will rightly have a place in Chelsea’s history after winning the Champions League, the Super Cup and Club World Cup in his time here.”
“As the new ownership group reaches 100 days since taking over the Club, and as it continues its hard work to take the club forward, the new owners believe it is the right time to make this transition.”
“Chelsea’s coaching staff will take charge of the team for training and the preparation of our upcoming matches as the Club moves swiftly to appoint a new head coach.”
“There will be no further comment until a new head coach appointment is made.”