Tuchel reveals feelings for Rangnick at Man United

Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel, has said that he doesn’t feel sorry for Manchester United manager, Ralf Rangnick at Old Trafford because his job and the Red Devils are huge.

Rangnick was appointed Man United’s interim manager for six months following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last November.

The German will step down for Erik ten Hag at the end of the season.

Asked if he felt sorry for Rangnick, Tuchel told Sky Sports before Chelsea’s Premier League tie with Man United on Thursday night: “Not too much! He is coach at Manchester United.

“Maybe it does not work out at this moment, in terms of the points and how he wished for it and, maybe, how he deserves it, but I don’t feel sorry because it is a huge job and they are a huge club.

“He is in this position and I think it was a lifelong dream for him to work in the Premier League and work for one of the biggest clubs in the world. It is more of an upside than a downside.”

Tuchel tells Chelsea star to stop being shy and unleash monster

Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel, has told Ruben Loftus-Cheek that he wants to see the monster in him because he is shy.

Tuchel wants Loftus-Cheek to play every match for Chelsea like a final, adding that he needs to push himself to the limit.

According to him, the midfielder cannot think simply being on the pitch is sufficient for himself.

The former Paris Saint-Germain manager said this during his pre-match press conference ahead of Chelsea’s Premier League tie with Manchester United on Thursday.

Asked how he saw Loftus-Cheek, who has made 34 appearances across all competitions for Chelsea this season, after setting him the challenge, Tuchel told reporters: “More or less the same.

“He needs to push himself to the limit. He had a bit of a shy game like everybody else against Arsenal and not such a good half against Crystal Palace but stepped up in the second half in dribbling and ball recoveries and suddenly the crowd was there.

“In general, he is a shy and calm person, but he needs to discover the monster in him and unleash this on a regular basis. It is necessary.

“It’s not enough to just be on the pitch, it might seem a good first step given his last years, but we cannot let him think that is enough.

“We try every day and I think we are successful given his development. He needs to understand his potential and his physical capacity every day in training, he cannot let loose. He needs to play every match like a final.”

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