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Tuchel admits of being “a bit unfair” on Christian Pulisic.

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Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has come out to admit of being unfair on Christian Pulisic, a player who they worked together at Borussia Dortmund. 

Pulisic is not happy at Chelsea and he is linked up with departure from Stamford Bridge in the summer. Lack of playing time has been a concern for the American winger who has not made any premier league start since the arrival of his former BVB boss.

Pulisic came as sub deep into 90 minutes in a 2-0 win over Everton. He has come into the field as a sub six more times with his only start coming in FA 1-0 win over Barnsley where the winger was also substituted.

Chelsea coach has come up to admit that Pulisic suffering may be as a result of their past relationship when they worked together at Bundesliga’s Dortmund.

 

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Tuchel had to say this:

“I can say nothing else but good things about him. Maybe his biggest problem is that I know him from Dortmund and I think he started only in the cup games. It is my responsibility and it is a bit unfair but I know what impact he can have in the last 20 or 30 minutes.”

The German however admitted that the22 year old has been unlucky in the few past games. He urged the player to be patient and denied that lack of trust or quality is a factor limiting the player’s playing time. 

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