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The classic Queen hit 'Another One Bites The Dust' was heard playing over the Stamford Bridge PA system ahead of Chelsea's clash against Wolves on Wednesday night.
It comes just two days after Frank Lampard was sacked from his role as first team coach and replaced by former Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel.
Chelsea correspondent Nizaar Kinsella posted an update from Stamford Bridge, just moments before kick-off, and many believe it was a 'disrespectful' act that lacked class.
'Another One Bites The Dust' by Queen plays on the Stamford Bridge PA system.
I wish I was joking. #CFC #CHEWOL
- Nizaar Kinsella (@NizaarKinsella) January 27, 2021
Not surprised this club has no class, sacked our greatest ever manager twice instead of backing him against the rot in the squad. https://t.co/8FmwM1QnaW
- Faize (@FtblFaize) January 27, 2021
Lampard, who is the club's all time top scorer, was under serious pressure after falling to ninth in the Premier League ladder.
Following Chelsea's loss to Leicester City last weekend, he became the bookies favourite to lose his job.
But despite his side beating Luton Town in the FA Cup on Sunday afternoon, it wasn't enough and Tuchel was brought in after his departure from PSG in December.
The German manager expressed his delight at getting the job before kick-off.
"You can not imagine the last 48 hours!"
"We will see if I got any messages across!" :joy:
It hasn't quite sunk in for Thomas Tuchel that he's managing Chelsea despite taking just one training session.
He told @ReshminTV about his hopes for how his team will play :large_blue_circle: pic.twitter.com/8uzdW4vjQh
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) January 27, 2021
It was a goalless first-half on Tuchel's debut at Stamford Bridge, but his side have dominated possession in large spells.
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