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Premier League refused Chelsea request to delay Wolves game | Tuchel official statements
Chelsea seemed quite aggressive and dissatisfied when their request to delay the Wolves game at Wolverhampton Wanderers was not approved by the Premier League. Thus this was stated by manager Thomas Tuchel. Recently, 7 COVID-19 cases have been reported at Chelsea camp, which includes Romelu Lukaku, Timo Werner, and Callum Hudson-Odoi.
“Also We thought we had a strong case regarding the security and health of players,” Tuchel said. “So We have seven COVID-19 positive cases. Because every day positive cases are coming in.
“We were made to be on the bus and travel together for three hours. Thus we were in meetings together, in dinner and lunch. So the situation does not feel like it will stop if we keep on doing this,” Tuchel added.
“We applied for not playing. It was rejected… it is very hard to understand it, we are concerned about the health of the players.” “We are disappointed, a bit angry but this does not make us less competitive,” Tuchel said. “I have trust in my players and myself.”