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Low says Tuchel's aim for first season at Stamford Bridge

Wed 10 February 2021 | 10:04

Chelsea’s assistant coach, Zsolt Low reveals that Thomas Tuchel is trying for a top-four finish in their first season at Stamford Bridge.

Low, who worked under Tucppphel previously at PSG, also said they didn’t anticipate finding a new team until the summer.

Tuchel joined after Frank Lampard was dismissed and

Chelsea

stood ninth in the Premier League.

Low spoke in his native Hungary:

“We didn’t arrive with the goal of winning the title in these few months.

“It would be a brilliant performanc e to be able to finish in the top four, which the club would be happy with.

"It's amazingly difficult to win against any team, not only to be prepared against sensational players, but the very best coaches are also working in the Premier League."

Tuchel and the team have changed

Chelsea

immediately, and the Blues stand fifth in the table.

Chelsea have been unbeaten in the first four games.

Stern tests are coming. Between Feb 20 and March 20,

Chelsea

have difficult match against Southampton, Atletico Madrid, Manchester United, Everton, Leeds, Atletico again and Liverpool.

“We thought we would rest for at least half a year and spend time with our family and then possibly prepare for a new club in the summer,”

Low added.

“Life thought differently.

“If it weren’t for Chelsea calling us, we might have preferred to rest. But Chelsea is an exceptional professional challenge, a sensational club with a fantastic set of players in the best league in the world.

“Such an opportunity may not have been possible in the summer, so we took on the task with all the difficulties.”

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