After a comfortable win last weekend against london side Palace. Tuchel looks forward to a total concentration. On the last game into champions league semis, for the first time since 2014 for the club.
However as Tuchel took over from Lampard it was evident, that all players will be fighting for positions. And that will mean significant rise in performances for the team and players at large. One area where the German tactician. Has made it really open for both players to grab those opportunities is at left wing back.
Ben Chilwel arrived from Leicester City last summer in a deal worthy £50m. Despite him coming around carring a dead leg. He managed to get off with it and has, since made several appearances for the blues. But he has received a lot of competition from fellow wing back Marcus Alonso.
As per the Daily mail," when the manager came in, it was a clean slate for everyone. You can look at it one of two ways. Either I didn't play the first three or four games, which could've got me down but I used it as an opportunity to work harder.
To ask him questions in training where he thinks, I can improve my game and get more match time." Concluded the Englishman. Chilwel is as well in full competition battle in Gareth Southgate's team. As at the moment Luke Shaw seems to take the first position.
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