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Chelsea player says he doesn’t want coaches to yell at him

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Chelsea forward Kai Havertz has insisted he does not like managers yelling at him, as that does nothing to help him personally.

Havertz is currently at the World Cup with Germany, where he started the first game against Japan as his country’s number 9.

Things did not go to plan in that game, though, with Japan running out 2-1 winners in one of the shocks of the tournament so far.

Havertz received big criticism in Germany for his performance in the game, with the Chelsea forward given a five out of 6 rating by newspaper BILD after the game, the second worst score possible.

Indeed, that defeat against Japan has led to a lot of reflection in Germany, with manager Hansi Flick even coming in for some flack.

He has been accused of being ‘too nice’ to his players, report BILD, with it claimed he consistently takes a softer approach than the famous hairdryer.

They explain that while there was a ‘big team meeting’ following the opening game defeat after this week’s defeat and a ‘merciless analysis of mistakes’, this was all done in a soft approach rather than anything tougher.

Some aren’t happy with that, but Havertz isn’t one of them, the Chelsea man insisting that he gets nothing from a manager shouting at him.

“We all remember from school with a teacher,” BILD report him saying.

“The last thing you can accuse the coach of is not talking to us clearly and not wanting to wake us up.

“I think that, especially after the meeting, everyone now knows wh…

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