With the FIFA Club world cup set to take a place this week, and much preparation should be done for all the teams as they set to feature in one of the most prestigious trophy in the world.
The Chelsea squad are to fly after there encounter with Plymouth at Stamford bridge to mark there last game in London and set out for club world cup in UAE.
Chelsea have been in fine form since they claim the champion league trophy back in May, and have added UEFA super cup to the trophy cabinet this year and hope to secure more trophy this season as they reach the Carling cup final, also in FA cup round 4 including the champion league for this year.
But a little set back will make the European champion not to go with there head coach Thomas Tuchel as they hope to go there in full strength.
Meanwhile, a disheartening breaking news landed ahead of the FA cup 4th round tie with Plymouth, that the Chelsea boss Tuchel is tested positive to covid19.
The Chelsea boss who happens to be the sixth manager in the Premier League to be tested losobe to Covid19, has now resume a 14days isolation center and hopeful of negative results the next time out.
The match against Plymouth will be managed by his assistance but Tuchel is fully in control of the game. This will be the first time since his appointment not to see Tuchel coming out to cheers up his boys in a match.
Either Chelsea win or not today, they will fly out of the country to UAE and begin preparations for the up coming matches later this week and hopefully awaits a negative results to see the manager joins up with his team at the tournament.
What’s the hope now?
Thomas Tuchel will be hoping to get pass his taunting period now and joins the team to able to correct any error that might happens to curve out into the team through his absence.
WIthout the presence of the head coach the team might likely dropped down in form and vision. They club entirely won’t want to repeat the mistake that happens the last time out in 2012 club world cup.
The effectiveness of Thomas Tuchel will be the key to any achievement we might have at this year Club world cup tournament.