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Chelsea has the aura to compete in finals on a regular basis says Thomas Tuchel

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Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel

Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel believes his side has an aura to be competing in finals for trophies regularly.

Chelsea got through their most important week of the season unscathed after reaching the Champions League semi-finals, before seeing off Premier League leaders Manchester City to reach the FA Cup finals.

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Tuchel’s Chelsea have become a tough nut to crack since his arrival in January and have seen the Blues on the brink of success in the German’s first ‘season’ in charge.

 

Tuchel spoke of the energy around Chelsea when it comes to competing in finals.

As relayed by Adam Newson, Tuchel said: “I strongly believe that some clubs have this aura and this energy to be in finals, and Chelsea obviously has it. If you’re at a club that is regularly in finals you feel it.”

 

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Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner Celebrate Chelsea’s goal against Manchester City. ( Photo by Getty Images)

The stars line up for Chelsea this season. The comparisons being made with the double-winning season of 2012, as the success of the Champions League and the FA Cup begins to be dreamed of and is in sight.

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But Tuchel is remaining focused, game-by-game, and knows there is a long way to go as they focus on each individual target as the games come.

 

He added: “Today the target was to close the gap to Man City for 90 minutes. It was a huge target. We were very focused on that and delivered very well so now the next big target is to forget this performance and success and full awareness of a crucial week in the Premier League.”

 

Next for Chelsea is a Premier League clash against Brighton at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, 20, April.

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