Chelsea lost their first game of the Premier League season against Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday 25th September, 2021. This was the first time Thomas Tuchel side lost a game to Pep Guardiola side in all competitions. The last time Chelsea lost a competitive game was against Aston Villa in the Premier League last season. Liverpool remain the only unbeaten side amongst the 'big six' clubs in the Premier League this season. The Reds have played 6 matches winning 4 and drawing 2 matches this season, Manchester United , Chelsea and Manchester City have all lost one game each.
2 Mistakes Tuchel should avoid in January transfer window that could help him remain as Chelsea manager.
Thomas Tuchel should be mindful of his key players in the squad, and should not attempt to let them leave during the January transfer window. Chelsea won the Premier League during the 2016/17 League season under the managerial reign of Antonio Conte, the following season Conte had misunderstanding with Deigo Costa that led to the departure of the player. Antonio Conte failed to win the Premier League the following season and Chelsea miss out of the Champions League spot, as this led to the departure of the Italian tactician.
They are few key players whose contract needed to be renewed before the end of the season, but the board is yet to decide the extension of their deal due to their demand.
The likes of Antonio Rudiger, N'golo Kante and other players. Taking a critical look at the performance of Rudiger and N'golo Kante, they are very important players in Thomas Tuchel squad.
Kante and Rudiger help the Blues to win the UEFA Champions League title last season with their excellent defending. Chelsea boss should dialogue with Marina Granovskaia on the contract extension of his key players to keep the team in contention of the title race this season.
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