Frank Lampard's Lesson On the Use Of Thiago Silva To Remain Injury Free
By Nastyhazard7 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 7 views
Chelsea axed Frank Lampard after he had built a good squad which could challenge for cups. He was also keen in the management of injuries. He was smart in the way he managed his blouted squad to keep it safe from injuries. Players like Hakim Ziyech and Pulisic had proven to be injury prone in the Premier League and played less time.
Chelsea’s free transfer signing Thiago Silva was the interesting prospect. He is 36 years old and wanted to play at the highest level. He always gave his all whenever presented with the opportunity. He never picked up an injury under Lampard because he managed his playing time. He rested him in most away games but never missed home games. Since Tuchel took over, Thiago Silva didn't have any rest until he picked a muscle injury. At PSG, the boss always played him without rest. Tuchel should maybe borrow that tip and learn to rest Thiago Silva in some away games to keep him available for important games like the Champions League.
Chelsea fans what is your take on that?
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