Chelsea’s board will not find it difficult to regain their fans’ trust after a failed attempt to form a breakaway European Super League (ESL) as it has done a lot for the Premier League club and the community, manager Thomas Tuchel said on Friday.

The ESL proposal collapsed on Wednesday as founding clubs withdrew one by one following a barrage of criticism from fans, governing bodies and even government officials who threatened to pass legislation to stop the league.

Chelsea Supporters’ Trust had called for club chairman Bruce Buck and chief executive Guy Laurence to leave but Tuchel said it was in the past now that they had listened to the fans following Tuesday’s protest outside Stamford Bridge.

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“The people and the fans know very well that it’s also the credit from the owners who improve their clubs, build…

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