● Thomas Tuchel had a heated argument with the media concerning Roman Abramovich’s involvement with Putin’s regime
Thomas Tuchel had a heated argument with the media concerning Ukraine. As far as he’s there as Chelsea coach, the media will never stop to ask his opinions on these pressing issues. His boss Roman Abramovich has been pointed to be a close ally of President Vladimir Putin. His relationship with the Russian President has been described as “a father like” relationship.
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He was having a press briefing with the media ahead of FA Cup tie vs Luton Town. Tuchel agreed we have more pressing issues at hand that are important than football but he’s not in the position to answer any question/s in that regard.
“We all agree there are situations that are much, much more than football” he said.
At a point, one of the journalists pushed him to speak on Ukraine, only for him to lose his cool. He was asked what he thinks of Roman Abramovich’s involvement with Putin. But the Chelsea coach said this things annoy him because he’s not a political figure.
According him, he has never experience war in his life time so the media should stop asking him those questions.
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“Now listen, listen you have to stop. I’m not a politician. You have to stop honestly, I can only repeat it and I mean I feel bad to repeat it because I’ve never experienced war” he said
Thomas also said he feel privileged enjoying peace.
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“So even to talk about it I feel bad because i feel privileged. I sit here in peace, and I do my best i can but you have to stop asking me this questions I have no answers for you”