Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel should NOT be allowed on touchline after his Tottenham red card, says Leeds' Jesse Marsch | The Sun

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel should NOT be allowed on touchline after his Tottenham red card, says Leeds' Jesse Marsch | The Sun

LEEDS boss Jesse Marsch insists there is no way Thomas Tuchel should be allowed on the touchline at Elland Road on Sunday. 

The Chelsea boss was sent off for an explosive bust-up with Tottenham counterpart Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge last weekend. 


Both were charged by the FA for "improper" behaviour and will learn their fate this afternoon. 

It was put to Marsch that there is still a chance Tuchel will be allowed to manage the Blues at Leeds. 

And he hit back: “That doesn’t seem right. I would be disappointed if that was allowed. 

“A red card means you should not play the next match. 

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“In theory, when the manager’s not there it’s an advantage. 

“I know his assistant Zsolt Low well – he has a brilliant football mind and no doubt will help out from there. 

“I have always assumed a red means the manager is suspended – maybe that’s the wrong assumption!"

Marsch clashed with Wolves boss Bruno Lage on the opening day of the season. 

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And he added: “I sent an email to Bruno to clear the air but haven't had a reply yet.

“I have a lot of respect for Bruno and all the managers in this league. 

“That’s my thing, stay calm and stay in the match so we help our team, but the competitive edge you want your team to present every match is a big part of what helps you be successful.” 

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