During their most recent match, Manchester United fell to a resounding defeat against the Leicester City football team. Following this outing, I personally realized that Manchester United's coach, Jose Mourinho, makes three (3) mistakes during matches that Chelsea's coach, Thomas Tuchel, almost never does during matches. These three blunders will be discussed in further detail in this post.
When it comes to mistakes, the first one that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the coach of Manchester United, does frequently during matches that Chelsea's coach does not make is making the wrong change. In the event that a coach makes an incorrect substitution, it will have a negative impact on the outcome of the match. According to Manchester United's manager, there was an incident during one of the club's first matches following Cristiano Ronaldo's return from his loan spell at Real Madrid. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer changed a top player for Jesse Lingard, who was not in peak physical condition at the time of the substitution and did not appear in the contest. Following the contest, many took to social media to call him all kinds of derogatory names. Chelsea's coach almost never makes this error since he knows who the best player is who can play in the wing of another player.
Two, Manchester United's coach frequently makes the error of not having a specific tactic or set of tactics to use during matches, which is something that Thomas Tuchel almost never does. If he'd been employing a specific method, the club would not have suffered defeats or draws in several of their recent games, according to the coach. Instead of losing 4-2 in the second half, Manchester United might have avoided it altogether if their coach had "sticked" to his game plan in the first half, which ended in a draw. This is the type of mistake that Thomas Tuchel avoids at all costs. Many football fans are already aware that he is a tactical coach whose plans result in a positive conclusion in the majority of matches.
3. The third blunder is to encourage players on the field of play during matches. When his side is playing a game, Thomas Tuchel, like Jurgen Klopp, does not take many breaks. He keeps his feet on the ground and yells at the top of his lungs to encourage the players on the field. In contrast to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who frequently sits or stands without truly encouraging his players on the field.
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