Chelsea star points out 2 important factors and explains why he is not at ‘100%’ yet

Chelsea new striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang explains why he is not yet 100% fit for the club.

Chelsea star points out 2 important factors and explains why he is not at '100%' yet

Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has explained
why he is not yet at 100% yet for his new side.
The 33-year-old forward signed for the Blues on transfer
deadline day after spending just eight months at Barcelona .
He has only played two games so far for his new club. They
came in the 1-0 defeat to Dinamo Zagreb and the home
draw against Red Bull Salzburg, both in the UEFA
Champions League.
Aubameyang is yet to score this season but is recovering
from a broken jaw, which he suffered the injury during a
robbery at his house.
The Gabon international has been forced to wear a
protective mask, which the forward claims has hampered
his performances.
Speaking to Chelsea’s official website , Aubameyang
updated supporters on his fitness, as he stated:
Many speculated that Aubameyang moved to Stamford
Bridge to reunite with Thomas Tuchel as the pair worked
together well at Borussia Dortmund.
However, the forward played less than an hour with the
German before he was dismissed due to a disappointing
start to the season. That brought in former Brighton & Hove
Albion head coach Potter, who is known for implenting an
attractive, quick style of play.
When asked about his new boss, the former Arsenal captain
spoke of the 47-year-old boss in glowing terms, as he
explained:
He added:
Chelsea spent plenty of money (over £270 million) over the
summer as Aubameyang was the final arrival following a
busy summer.
The veteran attacker will battle it out for a spot at centre-
forward with the likes of Armando Broja and Kai Havertz.
Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku departed the club earlier
this summer and joined RB Leipzig and Inter Milan
respectively.
Chelsea are currently sixth in the Premier League table and
will next be in action against Crystal Palace away on
October 1.
Jack Spedding
CONTRIBUTOR
Modified Sep 22, 2022 01:08 AM IST
“I need more time. I’m not 100 per cent fit.
It’s not easy to play with a mask and with an
injury, but hopefully I will get 100 per cent as
soon as possible.”
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang full of
praise for new Chelsea boss Graham
Potter
“H e’s a really positive person. He’s a great
character. We will try to learn with him, and
to win as soon as possible. It’s going to be
easy to adapt. His ideas are very clear. It’s
been some strange weeks for all of us I think,
not only me. That’s part of life.”
“E veryone knows the relationship I had with
Thomas. It’s sad when somebody leaves a
club, but this is football. You have to adapt
quickly at different moments in a season. It’s
a bit of sadness but hopefully better days are
coming. When you play for Chelsea, you need
results as soon as possible.”
Chelsea forward explains why he is not at 100%
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on Thomas Tuchel:
“Everyone knows the relationship I have with Thomas.
It’s always sad when someone leaves the club. He was
a bit frustrated and sad… I will try to talk to him as soon
as possible.”
Aubameyang is yet to score this season but is recovering
from a broken jaw, which he suffered the injury during a
robbery at his house.
The Gabon international has been forced to wear a
protective mask, which the forward claims has hampered
his performances.
Speaking to Chelsea’s official website , Aubameyang
updated supporters on his fitness, as he stated:
Many speculated that Aubameyang moved to Stamford
Bridge to reunite with Thomas Tuchel as the pair worked
together well at Borussia Dortmund.
However, the forward played less than an hour with the
German before he was dismissed due to a disappointing
start to the season. That brought in former Brighton & Hove
Albion head coach Potter, who is known for implenting an
attractive, quick style of play.
When asked about his new boss, the former Arsenal captain
spoke of the 47-year-old boss in glowing terms, as he
explained:
He added:
Chelsea spent plenty of money (over £270 million) over the
summer as Aubameyang was the final arrival following a
busy summer.
The veteran attacker will battle it out for a spot at centre-
forward with the likes of Armando Broja and Kai Havertz.
Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku departed the club earlier
this summer and joined RB Leipzig and Inter Milan
respectively.
Chelsea are currently sixth in the Premier League table and
will next be in action against Crystal Palace away on
October 1.
Jack Spedding
CONTRIBUTOR
Modified Sep 22, 2022 01:08 AM IST
“I need more time. I’m not 100 per cent fit.
It’s not easy to play with a mask and with an
injury, but hopefully I will get 100 per cent as
soon as possible.”

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Aubameyang: “I need more time. I’m not 100 per cent
fit. It’s not easy to play with a mask and with an injury,
but hopefully I will get 100 per cent as soon as
possible.”

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang full of
praise for new Chelsea boss Graham
Potter

Many speculated that Aubameyang moved to Stamford
Bridge to reunite with Thomas Tuchel as the pair worked
together well at Borussia Dortmund.
However, the forward played less than an hour with the
German before he was dismissed due to a disappointing
start to the season. That brought in former Brighton & Hove
Albion head coach Potter, who is known for implenting an
attractive, quick style of play.
When asked about his new boss, the former Arsenal captain
spoke of the 47-year-old boss in glowing terms, as he
explained:

He’s a really positive person. He’s a great
character. We will try to learn with him, and
to win as soon as possible. It’s going to be
easy to adapt. His ideas are very clear. It’s
been some strange weeks for all of us I think,
not only me. That’s part of life.”

He Added:

Everyone veryone knows the relationship I had with
Thomas. It’s sad when somebody leaves a
club, but this is football. You have to adapt
quickly at different moments in a season. It’s
a bit of sadness but hopefully better days are
coming. When you play for Chelsea, you need
results as soon as possible.”

Chelsea spent plenty of money (over £270 million) over the
summer as Aubameyang was the final arrival following a
busy summer.
The veteran attacker will battle it out for a spot at centre-
forward with the likes of Armando Broja and Kai Havertz.
Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku departed the club earlier
this summer and joined RB Leipzig and Inter Milan
respectively.

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