Mourinho Sends Message To Tuchel Ahead Of Spurs vs Chelsea Clash Today
By NigerNews | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 1920 views
Jose Mourinho has sent message to the new Chelsea manager in Thomas Tuchel ahead of their tie at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium today.
Recalled that Tuchel was appointed as the new Chelsea boss last month after the previous manager in Frank Lampard had been sacked.
The German international was tasked to make Chelsea titles contenders again as well as keeping the club qualifying for next season champions league. It is at that stage the chelsea board will consider extending his contract.
However Jose Mourinho tells Tuchel that winning Titles at Chelsea isn't a difficult thing, because he's won three premier league titles during his time at the club, Carlo Ancelotti and Antoine Conte also won one each. Meaning if Tuchel could get his bearings right he will possibly truimph also.
Jose Mourinho is known to be a man of many words and mind games, so he might just be trying to play the good guy ahead of the clash today.
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