Chelsea football club manager, Thomas Tuchel in an interview on Chelsea football club TV, expressed that the problem of the goal drought of his attackers is not from his (Tuchel's) tactics or formation but from his attackers' inability to be aggressive on the pitch.
The German head coach revealed that Chelsea's attackers need to stay active and aggressive no matter what structure, strategy, tactic or formation they are playing. Tuchel divulged that he is deeply calling for improvement from his attackers, because they will always help each other create chances and score goals when they are active and aggressive on the pitch.
The Chelsea's boss disclosed that the squad are training harder everyday in order to proffer a solution to the attackers' goal drought problem.
"Yes and no, because it is not really a tactical problem. The main problem is for us to stay active no matter what structure that we are playing. They have to improve their performances and behaviors, stay active and aggressive too," said Tuchel.
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