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sport news Thomas Tuchel jokes Todd Boehly 'will watch from Los Angeles next season' as ... trends now
sport news Thomas Tuchel jokes Todd Boehly 'will watch from Los Angeles next season' as ... trends now

sport news Thomas Tuchel jokes Todd Boehly 'will watch from Los Angeles next season' as ... trends now

Thomas Tuchel jokes Todd Boehly 'will watch from Los Angeles next season' after two Premier League draws and an FA Cup final loss in front of their incoming owner... before claiming he will be 'a lucky charm' when his £4.25bn takeover is complete Chelsea were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Leicester on Thursday evening They lost the FA Cup final to Liverpool and before that, drew against Wolves Those last three results have all been played out with Todd Boehly watching 

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Thomas Tuchel has joked that Todd Boehly must be banned from watching games at Stamford Bridge after Chelsea stumbled once more in front of their incoming owner.

Boehly sat in the posh seats alongside other members of his consortium as Chelsea secured third place with a frustrating draw against Leicester on Thursday night.

The LA Dodgers part-owner has now seen no wins in three, having also watched Tuchel’s side lose the FA Cup final and draw against Wolves earlier this month.

Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea slipped up again with Todd Boehly watching on at Stamford Bridge

Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea slipped up again with Todd Boehly watching on at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea have drawn two in the Premier League and lost the FA Cup final with Boehly watching

Chelsea have drawn two in the Premier League and lost the FA Cup final with Boehly watching

‘Was he here again? Well that is a clear sign,’ Tuchel said following the Leicester draw. ‘He will be watching on ESPN from Los Angeles next season, that is clear. It is already clear it has to be like this. And he was at the final at Wembley.’

The German hopes Chelsea’s luck will turn when the £4.25billion takeover is signed off.

‘Maybe when the deal is done and he is our owner, he will become the lucky charm that we need, so perhaps we will give him one more credit,’ he said.

Tuchel has a final chance this season, against Watford on Sunday, to improve Chelsea’s stuttering home form. After that focus will turn to rebuilding under the new ownership. 

‘We will be very open and honest. He will get my point of view if

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