Thomas Tuchel is one of the best managers in the world currently and the recent winner of the UCL trophy. See all of his trophies and awards as a manager.
Thomas Tuchel Trophies As Manager
Thomas Tuchel started his coaching career with the youth team of VfB Stuttgart in 2020 at the age of 27 years old before he became the youth team coordinator in Augsburg in 2005.
In the 2007/2008 season, he became the ﬁrst team coach in Augsburg II.
Julian Nagelsmann was an injury-prone defender that was part of the Augsburg II team, and Tuchel being the coach, instructed him to become a scout for the club, which eventually led Julian to embrace coaching.
Tuchel's performance while coaching Augsburg II got the attention of several top-level German clubs, which facilitated his movement to Mainz 05 in 2009.
He started coaching the youth team in Mainz for 12 months before signing a two-year contract with the club to coach the senior team.
Thomas Tuchel Trophies: 1
In April 2015, Thomas Tuchel replaced Jurgen Klopp as the coach of Borussia Dortmund's in a three-year deal.
Tuchel immediately began a continuation project of revitalizing the team, which was made Easy by Dortmund's ﬁnancial strength.
Hence, he acquired Julian Weigl and Gonzalo Castro, midﬁelders formerly with 1860 Munich and Bayer Leverkusen, respectively.
Tuchel experimented with various formations with the team, which helped to transition the team to ﬁnish as runner-up in the Bundesliga.
He started the 2016/2017 season with 11 consecutive wins. He led the team to the 2016 DFB-Pokal ﬁnal, where they lost to Bayern Munich through penalties.
The team was also eliminated from the UEFA Europa League after the match with Liverpool in the quarter-ﬁnal stage.
Following heavy investment in the purchase of players for 2017/2018, Tuchel developed a formidable defense to end the leak that had cost Dortmund in major competitions.
He was able to carry the team to the DFB-Pokal final, which he won, after holding to a 2-1 lead against Eintracht Frankfurt.
It was the team's ﬁrst trophy in ﬁve years and Tuchel's ﬁrst major trophy as a coach.
Tuchel was dismissed three days after the team's victory due to controversy surrounding his strained relationship with the club's owner Hans Joachim Watzke.
Thomas Tuchel Trophies: 6
Thomas Tuchel joined Paris Saint-Germain in May 2018 with a two-year contract, and on the 1st of July, he signed KylianMbappe to join the club.
The club also signed Gianluigi Buffon, a free agents' goalkeeper, on the 6th of July before signing ThiloKehrer a month later.
He also signed Juan Bennett and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.
Tuchel led the team to win the Trophee des Champion in a match against Monaco that ended in a 4-0 victory.
During the UEFA Champions League group game, the PSG team lost to Liverpool with a 3-2 scoreline, and this was Tuchel's ﬁrst defeat with the club.
Under Tuchel's leadership, the club set a record for most wins to start a domestic league season. Hence with more victories.
By Christmas, Tuchel also led the team to break a record for most points in Ligue 1 with 47 points after 17 games.
In January 2019, the team was defeated in the quarterﬁnals of the Coupe de la Ligue by Guingamp.
The club signed Leandro Paredes, an Argentine midﬁelder, in the hope of boosting the midfield.
PSG eventually met Manchester United in the UCL quarter-final.
Despite securing a strong advantage with an away 2-0 win, a star-studded PSG fell to defeat to a transiting Manchester United in the Parc de Paris.
The team later won the Ligue 1 title in April, making the victory Tuchel's ﬁrst league title in his coaching career. The team lost to StadeRennais in the 2019 Coupe de France ﬁnal with three more consecutive defeats making it the club's worst since 2012.
At the end of the season, the club extended Tuchel's contract by one year.
Tuchel started his second transfer window by recruiting highly-rated midfielders such as Pablo Sarabia, Ander Herrera, and Mitchel Bakker.
He released older players like Dani Alves, Adrian Robiot, Timothy Weah, Moussa Diaby, and GrzegorzKrychowiak.
The club made proﬁts from the sales of these players and was able to sign Abdou Diallo, IdrissaGueye, Mauro Icardi, and Keylor Navas, the goalkeeper.
Tuchel led the club to win the Trophee des Champion in August 2019 in a match where the team defeated Rennes.
On the 30th of April 2020, the club was awarded the Ligue 1 Championship due to the Covid 19 cancellation of the 2019/2020 season due to the club's outstanding performance in Ligue 1.
The team later won the Coupe de France after defeating Saint-Etienne in July.
On the 31st of July, the team won the 2020 Coupe de la Ligue to defeat Lyon.
However, in December, Tuchel was ﬁred from the club due to his scarred relationship with the club's hierarchy.
Thomas Tuchel Trophies: 2
In January 2021, Thomas Tuchel signed an 18-months deal with Chelsea as the ﬁrst German coach of the club, and he quickly made a strong impression by catapulting Chelsea from a lowly sixth to finishing fourth in the league.
The team won their ﬁrst 13 games under his management to set a record for the longest unbeaten run by a new coach in the club's history.
In April, Tuchel led the team to the FA Cup ﬁnal. Despite losing by a sole goal, he had his contract extended by Chelsea management to 2024.
Tuchel performance in Europe was more stellar as he won the UEFA Champions League, beating Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, and Manchester City to clinch his first European trophy as a manager.
Tuchel signed Marcus Bettinelli, an experienced goalkeeper, to join the team, which was his ﬁrst signing as the coach of Chelsea.
In August, Chelsea won the UEFA Super Cup after defeating Villarreal.
Thomas Tuchel's Personal Titles
Titles and Awards: 3
Thomas Tuchel has been awarded some individual titles in his coaching career.
Some of these awards and recognition include the 2015/2016 VBV Bundesliga coach of the season during his spell with Borussia Dortmund and Premier League manager of March 2021 after maintaining a four-game clean sheet with maximum.
In 2021, he was voted German football manager of the year after securing 129 votes following his impeccable performance with Chelsea.
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