Hopefully I’m in charge’: Tuchel speaks out on his Chelsea future
“That we have a good time together. If I’m still in charge, that would be a good
“It’s a very promising group at the moment. You never know, because things in football change so quickly. But, it’s a very good mix at the moment.
“I like the support and the amount of support and the quality of support around the team, it’s fantastic.
“You can feel this club competes on the highest level for many years.
“In football, to have a dream for two, three, four, five years can be naive, because we rely on results and on atmosphere and development.”
Chelsea are notorious for their revolving-door policy regarding managers. Only a few head coaches survive for more than two seasons at Stamford
Jose Mourinho in his second spell (2013–2015) was the latest coach to spend more than two years in charge of the Blues: he was fired halfway through his third season.
Since 2000, Chelsea have had 19 head coaches (including caretakers), averaging slightly less than a manager per year.
But it looks like a different story for Thomas Tuchel. The German instantly wrote himself in Chelsea’s history books by winning the Champions League title upon arrival and seems to be building a long-term project at the Bridge