Tuchel arrived at Stamford Bridge in January of 2021, after an underwhelming first half to the season 2020/21. He has been a success since his arrival. The Blues won their second Champions League four months after his arrival and finished fourth in the league that year.
In season 2021/22, Tuchel led his team to UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup wins, in addition to reaching the two domestic cup finals, only losing them on penalties to Liverpool. He also managed to make them finish third in the league despite turmoil off the pitch concerning the ownership issues.
Chelsea fans will hope for more success to come under the management of the German.
Arno Michels/Assistant Manager
Michels has been working with Tuchel since their days together back in Mainz. The German met Tuchel while they were taking their professional coaching badges, and when the latter took his first managerial role at Mainz in 2009, he asked Michels to assist him.
Prior to that, after a playing career in the third and fourth tiers of German football, Arno Michels began coaching in the 2.Bundesliga with Eintracht Trier and LR Ahlen in the early 2000s.
Zsolt Low/Assistant Manager
Having worked under different managers at RB Salzburg, RB Leipzig and Liefering, Low joined hands with Tuchel at Paris-Saint Germain, before accompanying him to Chelsea.
He is a former Hungary international, who ended his career playing for Mainz when Tuchel was in charge of the team.
Anthony Barry/Assistant Coach
Apart from working with Tuchel at Chelsea, Barry is also an assistant to Roberto Martinez in the Belgian national team, although his international duty is a part-time one.
Barry retired from football in 2017 before taking up the coaching badges and now assisting managers, both at the club level and also on the international stage.
Henrique Hilario/Goalkeeping Coach
Hilario is a former Chelsea goalkeeper, who joined the coaching staff two years after he retired from the game. He has been the goalkeeper coach at Chelsea since 2016 and has worked with several managers.
James Russell/Assistant Goalkeeping Coach
Russell is an Academy product of Chelsea. He worked on his coaching badges and was initially appointed to work with the academy goalkeepers in 2009. His position got a promotion at the start of the 2019/20 season when he was appointed as an assistant to Hilario in the first-team goalkeeping coaching department.
Matt Birnie/Fitness Coach
He has worked at Chelsea since 2005 and joined the men’s first-team set-up at the start of the 2019/20 season. Before being the fitness coach, Birnie was formerly head of the academy’s physical fitness and development squad conditioning coach, where he was responsible for a combination of team and individual on-field conditioning, alongside gym-based training.
Will Tullett/Fitness Coach
Tullett first worked at Chelsea in 2003 before moving to Spain to work with Glenn Hoddle. He made a comeback to the club in 2011, initially working as a movement specialist for the Academy and men’s first-team sports science teams, before moving into his current role as a fitness coach for the senior set-up at the beginning of 2019/20.
Claude Makelele/Technical Mentor
A legend of this club returned as a technical mentor to young players in 2019. He is based largely at our Cobham training ground, working closely with individual Academy players, tracking technical performances in both training and matches as they reach a critical point in their professional development.
He also works with Chelsea players out on loan, visiting them at their clubs and providing regular match feedback.
During his playing career at Stamford Bridge, Makelele lifted two league titles, an FA Cup and two League Cups, as well as helping the team to the 2008 Champions League final, which proved to be his last game for the club.
Dr. Paco Biosca/Medical Director
Biosca arrived at Chelsea in 2011 after working for Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk and, previously, Lleida in his native Spain.
A specialist in orthopaedic surgery, he is a former president of both the European Federation of Orthopaedic and Sports Trauma and the Spanish Society of Sports Trauma.
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