After being repeatedly questioned about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel snarled at reporters.

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Thomas Tuchel answering reporters question

The German manager earlier stated that if it meant ending the war between the two countries, he would be delighted for the Blues to lose their Carabao Cup final against Liverpool.

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In the aftermath of Chelsea’s Russian owner Roman Abramovich turning over the club’s stewardship, Tuchel was asked about his opinion on the ongoing fight.

Tuchel ordered media to cease asking questions about the matter during his pre-match news conference before of the West London club’s FA Cup encounter against Luton on Tuesday.

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The blues boss said: “Listen, listen, listen you have to stop, I’m not a politician.

“You have to stop, honestly, I can only repeat it and I feel bad to repeat it because I’ve never experienced war.

“So even to talk about it I feel bad because I’m very privileged – I sit here in peace.

“I do the best I can but you have to stop asking me these questions because I have no answers for you.”

Tuchel delivered an impassioned statement after revealing how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has affected him.

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He made an observation: “You decide also to ask me about war. It’s horrible, of course it’s horrible, there cannot be any other opinion about it and that’s it.

“But why should we be more distracted than you at work? Of course it’s out there and we know there are more important things out there and this will never change.

“This is sports and there are a lot of more important things out there and still there’s a huge distraction going on, we are worried by we try to create an atmosphere to come to work and focus on our work which is our passion.

“We are very grateful and privileged to have it and it’s not that big a problem. But of course I think that everyone in Europe, more or less, has some noise in their head that nobody likes.

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“It’s maybe the same for you, but you try to do your job as best as possible and it’s the same for us.”

Chelsea is under investigation after Abramovich gave the club’s charitable foundation trustees control of the Champions League holders.

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The six trustees have yet to formally accept the transition, but discussions have already begun, with more meetings scheduled for this week.

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