Zsolt Low, Chelsea assistant coach, has claimed that keeping the club's players motivated after winning the UEFA Champions League has been difficult and challenging. This lack of motivation may have an impact on the team's capacity to perform outstandingly and how they may find it hard to win trophies this season will be discussed in this article.
Of course, the players will be more fulfilled after winning the UEFA Champions League Final against Manchester City on May 29, 2021, because they have won Europe's most prestigious title. As a result, the players desire to take a break from their performances will definitely set in.
Many of the club's players will likely feel as though they have just ascended a mountain or had huge burdens lifted from their shoulders. However, the affairs of a great club like Chelsea do not function that way, especially as fans will continue to demand that they improve their performances in order to keep their Champions League status.
Zsolt Low, Thomas Tuchel's assistant manager, claimed in a recent interview that Chelsea players are tough to motivate after their Champions League victory, which might lead to a variety of outcomes.
Lack of motivation in the team may result in lower on-field performances, and as the adage goes, "No Champion Lasts Forever," other elite teams may exploit this to their advantage, and the team may lose all the trophies they should have won if they are not more well-coordinated and motivated.
Chelsea players should not dwell on prior achievements because, Liverpool won the English Premier League immediately after winning the Champions League in 2019.
The same can be said for Real Madrid, which won the Champions League three times in a row under Zinedine Zidane. Other titles included the Spanish Laliga crowns, the Super Cup, and so forth.
As confirmed by his assistant manager, the club manager must take action to address this behavioral fault that is surfacing in the club dressing room if he want to continually impress the club fans.
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