Thomas Tuchel Forced to do 1 Stunning Thing Before Meeting Chelsea Owner Roman Abramovich

Thomas Tuchel Forced to do 1 Stunning Thing Before Meeting Chelsea Owner Roman Abramovich

Ibitoye Shittu
updated at April 12, 2023 at 7:54 PM
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  • Thomas Tuchel has spent one year now in charge of Chelsea and the German has already won the Champions League
  • The former Paris Saint-Germain coach met Chelsea owner the next morning he helped the Blues win the Champions League title
  • Tuchel was already on gin and tonic and was forced to changed to coca-cola when he was informed about meeting with Abramovich

Information have emerged that current Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel was forced to quickly arrange himself last year when he was told there was an urgent meeting with Abramovich.

This was the next morning after Chelsea won the Champions League beating Manchester City in the final in which the Blues' owner and all their supporters around the world were happy.

And after the Champions League victory, Thomas Tuchel was said to be chilling with gin and tonic all night not knowing that he would meet Roman Abramovich the net morning.

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Thomas Tuchel and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich in action. Photo by Marc Atkins
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According to the report on Mirror and Football London, Chelsea director Marina called Thomas Tuchel around 4.30am that he would be meeting Russian billionaire Abramovich by 7.30am.

And what happened after he got the information?

The report added that Thomas Tuchel quickly switched to coca-cola after being told that he would be meeting owner of Chelsea Roman Abramovich.

When was Thomas Tuchel appointed Chelsea coach?

The German football manager was appointed as Chelsea coach on January 26, 2021 as a replacement for for club's legend Fran Lampard who was sacked for poor result.

Chelsea are currently occupying 3rd position on the Premier League table with 47 points after 24 games played so far this season.

Antonio Rudiger stunned as fans mob him upon arrival in Sierra Leone

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Germany defender Antonio Rudiger arrived in Sierra Leone which is his mother’s homeland in a bid to launch his non-profit charity organization.

The Chelsea of England defender landed in Freetown for a private visit as he returned to his roots on Monday, January 24.

And upon arrival, Rudiger was mobbed as scores of fans tried to catch a glimpse of the Champions League winner.

The 28-year-old has continued to assist the African nation through his non-governmental organization, the Antonio Rudiger Foundation.

Only recently, he was said to have donated $100,000 to help boost the educational system of the country.

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