Chelsea have failed to score more than two goals in a single game since Thomas Tuchel became manager and this is becoming a thing of worry amongst the club’s fan base.
Although the Blues seem invulnerable at the back, their attack still needs to worked on.
According to a recent report from The Sun, Thomas is training his squad on using code words and signs to communicate while attacking.
The Blues Manager tells his players to use code words when they attack, so that they know where to run when they are going forward and who to aim for.
“You have no idea what’s going on but they know exactly what they are doing,” The Sun reported.
“It just makes the attacks quicker and more deadly because sometimes a guy passing does not even have to look up to know where the runner will be.
“They use different words all the time too, so you can’t even work it out during the game.” They concluded.
Tuchel is well known for his tactical versatility and also for regularly bringing in new training methods, so this will not come as a surprise to anyone who knows Tuchel well enough.