Guy Maddison: ‘I’ll be in a position to take my team back to the top’
Guy Maddon’s new role as a head coach has given him the chance to test his skills as a coach and a player, while he tries to get a first win for Chelsea since the World Cup.
Guy Maddin’s new job as a Chelsea coach comes at a crucial time, after they lost to Manchester City 2-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday.
He was expected to lead the team out of the tunnel, which was the only change in the team’s starting line-up from the previous match.
Maddon will have the freedom to change players or to replace them, but the only guarantee he will get will be to win games.
His first job will be a test of his coaching skills and how well he can adapt to the changing demands of a Premier League team, with a Champions League semi-final to come.
Chelsea’s last Champions League final, against Barcelona, was Maddon, not Mourinho, who led the team to the title.
Maddin has been at Chelsea since he was 17, and he has coached some of the best players to ever come through the Blues’ academy.
He has also had a brief stint in charge of the U21s.
His new job will take him through to the Europa League, which Chelsea play in the spring.
Maddison’s Chelsea will start the season in the Premier League, with his first game against Sunderland being a friendly on Friday.
He will then go into the Champions Trophy semi-finals against Manchester City and the FA Cup final against Tottenham.
Madd’s first match is against Sunderland, a friendly match, on Friday, June 13.
The friendly will be the first game for Chelsea’s new players.
They are all set to join the squad in training.
There is a possibility that one of the young players could leave, with Gary Cahill and Diego Costa also likely to depart, although both are unlikely to leave.
The team will be made up of the players who have been loaned to Chelsea from the senior squad.
Madd will also have to decide whether to continue with the youngsters who have played well so far in the first few games, or whether to keep them all.
It is understood that, although Chelsea have not had much of an impact on the team this season, they are still very much in the hunt for a Champions Trophy place.
It will be up to Maddon to decide how many players he wants to keep, which will depend on the results in the Europa and the Champions Cup.
“The manager is going to have the final say on all the decisions that we make.
We’ve got to get the right mix of players for the right challenge.
It’s a very difficult competition, a very tough place to play.
It’ll be tough,” Maddon said.
Chelsea have the fourth-best goal difference in the league, with just one win from six games, but Maddon is aware that the Blues will be struggling if they are to finish in the top four, despite their good form.
“If you want to win trophies, you’ve got the talent, but you also have the quality, so you’ve just got to play the best team in the division.
If we can play a good team in this league, we’ll be very good,” he said.
“You’ve got so many young players who are still learning the game. “
They need to be playing well, but at the same time, if they don’t do well then they won’t be happy.” “
You’ve got so many young players who are still learning the game.
They need to be playing well, but at the same time, if they don’t do well then they won’t be happy.”
Man of the match: Guy Maddins (Chelsea) Man of the Match: Gary Cahills (Chelsea FC)