Thomas Tuchel splits from wife of 13 years

Thomas Tuchel and his wife, Sissi splits after 13 years of marriage

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According to rumors, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and his 13-year-old wife, Sissi, have divorced.

Tuchel, 48, has had to cope with a unique scenario at Stamford Bridge over the last month, with the club suffering from the consequences of Roman Abramovich’s punishments. And, with the alleged breakdown of his marriage, he’s had no relief at home.

The manager’s wife, Sissi, initiated divorce procedures last week, with pals indicating there is no likelihood of a last-minute settlement.

Thomas Tuchel, who allegedly makes £7 million a year in west London, is also said to be facing a multi-million-pound divorce settlement.

His wife, who left her job at the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung to raise their children, may be liable for a percentage of his future profits as well as half of his present net worth.

According to reports, they wish to keep the breakup peaceful, putting their two girls first.

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Mrs. Tuchel arrived in the UK in August, seven months after her husband secured an 18-month contract to take over as Blues manager from Frank Lampard. Tuchel signed a two-year contract extension after winning the Champions League, and his wife accompanied him to the country a few months later.

Sissi, 46, is credited for supporting the German in his career as a manager, which has led him to Germany, France, and now England. The former Mainz player has won a slew of significant awards, including two Ligue 1 crowns with PSG and the Champions League with Chelsea in the previous season.

In fact, after Chelsea won the season Champions League title with a 1-0 victory against Manchester City, Mrs. Tuchel was filmed sprinting across the pitch in Porto before leaping into her husband’s arms. On Saturday, though, there was no jubilation as the Blues were vanquished 4-1 at home by Brentford.

After the game, Tuchel tried to clarify his team’s loss. He remarked, “It was strange because we were working hard for the first goal and we know how hard it is to create chances against Brentford”

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He continued by saying “They defend either very high and man-mark or defend very deep in a block of 10 men around the box. You need to be patient, have a fluid rhythm, and be intelligent and clinical to take little chances to have that first goal and break that block down.

“Once we had [the opener] we stopped defending and gave three goals away in 10 minutes. It was very untypical and killed the game for us. I don’t know why we gave away a big chance straight after the goal and then the next one and from there we did not defend mature enough. We were not aware of the danger in these moments which is also very strange for us,”

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