Chelsea Fans Sing Tuchel’s Name During FA Cup Hammering by Man City
- Thomas Tuchel's name sounded at the Etihad Stadium during Chelsea's FA Cup clash
- A section of the Blues' fans could be heard singing the praises of the German tactician
- Graham Potter has come under increasing pressure recently amid Chelsea's poor form
Chelsea fans were heard chanting Thomas Tuchel's name, during their FA Cup hammering by Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.
The Blues have endured one of their worst runs in recent times under the tutelage of Graham Potter, with the west Londoners managing just one win in eight of their last fixtures.
Chelsea's most recent defeat came on Sunday, January 8, when they were demolished 4-0 by Man City in the third round of the FA Cup.
According to Metro UK, the Blues' defeat came just days after the Citizens sunk them 1-0 at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.
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Chelsea fans chant Tuchel's name
A section of Chelsea fans, who turned up to cheer their club on at the away stadium, chose to express their disappointment with the team's performance by singing Tuchel's name.
“We've got Super Tommy Tuchel," the supporters could be heard chanting.
Tuchel spent 18 months at the helm of affairs at Stamford Bridge before he was shown the door back in September 2022.
The German's sacking came just days after the Blues had suffered a shock defeat in their Champions League opener against Dinamo Zagreb.
The tactician was eventually replaced by Potter, who is now already under increasing pressure from fans.
Meanwhile, the Englishman will be hoping to get Chelsea's campaign back on track when they take on Fulham in the Premier League on Thursday, January 12.
Potter sends fans defiant message
At the same time, Sports Brief reported that Chelsea boss Potter sent a defiant message to Blues fans who want him sacked.
He has been at the helm of affairs at Stamford Bridge since September 2022, succeeding Tuchel after the German was fired.
However, the former Brighton manager has endured a tumultuous start to life with the west Londoners, with the side currently placed 10th in the Premier League.