Christophe Lollichon could still follow Petr Cech to Arsenal

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Chelsea goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon could still follow Petr Cech to Arsenal this summer as his relationship with Jose Mourinho is not a particularly good one. 

This has been reported by the Telegraph, who claim that the coach's work have been questioned by Mourinho behind the scene. 

In fact, the report claims that, despite the duo of Thibaut Courtois and Asmir Begovic liking Lollichon's work, Mourinho isn't a great fan of his training sessions, meaning the coach could yet depart for north London sooner rather than later.


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It was initially expected that Lollichon would follow Cech to the Emirates earlier this summer following his move to the club and this is something that could now take place.

Cech, of course, has worked with Lollichon for many years, so would no doubt be pleased if the Gunners managed to secure his services from west London. 

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Importance of Cech

And, despite Cech's torrid Premier League debut for Arsenal, the veteran goalkeeper can still have a huge role to play as Arsene Wenger's side go in search of the Premier League title. 

Ultimately, Sunday's defeat to West Ham was one to forget for the former Chelsea shot-stopper, but there's no reason why he won't bounce back immediately. 

He's still one of the best goalkeepers in world football and will no doubt prove that over the coming years in north London. 

Do you think Cech can lead Arsenal to the title this season? Have your say below! 

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