Entertainment The arrogant Tuchel knocked out by Neville

16:55  16 february  2021
16:55  16 february  2021 Source:   football365.fr

Tuchel fired, Leonardo explains

 Tuchel fired, Leonardo explains Leonardo returned to the reasons which led Paris Saint-Germain to part ways with their manager, Thomas Tuchel. © Supplied by Football 365 Thomas Tuchel and Leonardo Leonardo did not only address the hot topics of contract extensions for Kylian Mbappé and Neymar , during the interview given to France Football, and to appear this Tuesday. The sporting director of the PSG also returned to the early dismissal of Thomas Tuchel .

Thomas Tuchel has been called arrogance for his management style by an English consultant.

Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea) © Supplied by Football 365 Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea) Former Manchester defender Gary Neville does not like Thomas Tuchel's choices at Chelsea and makes it known. and the former Parisian offered himself a controversial choice by relaunching Basque goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga at the expense of Edouard Mendy in the London cages. "The arrogance of Tuchel"

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"I must say that it does not look like what I think of a goalkeeper, Doomed to be dominant in all areas. Arrizabalaga didn't look like a great goalkeeper and honestly I thought he would be replaced and already gone forever. (… ) That's probably it. 'arrogance of a high-level manager who thinks he can make everyone better by working, while the last manager (Lampard, note) could not do it ", thus tackled the consultant Gary Neville at the microphone of Sky Sports .

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Tuchel hasn't had much time with his new team, but he has plenty of experience in the UCL knockout stageTuchel, 47, oversaw two full seasons in Paris and half of a third. Last summer's run to the UCL final -- where they were stopped in their tracks by Bayern Munich -- was the undoubted highlight of his increasingly rocky tenure.

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