Chelsea legends, Petr Cech and Carlo Cudicini, have reacted to the departure of the club’s loan player technical coach, Tore Andre Flo.
Flo left Chelsea on Friday to become head coach at Sogndal in Norway’s second tier.
Chelsea confirmed this in a post via their website on Friday ahead of their Premier League clash with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
Flo, a former Chelsea player, has been in the club for more than a decade.
Reacting, Cech told Chelsea’s official website: “We have to thank Tore for everything he has done for the club,’ acknowledges Cech.
“He has been a great servant as a player and then as a coach in the Academy and now as a part of the loan department. The players loved working with him. He is a remarkable man and human being. You hardly see somebody who works so hard but is still humble and nice to be around.
“We will definitely miss him but we wish him all the best. Hopefully his next step, which he always wanted to make, will go well for him. He will always remain part of the Chelsea family for his history with the football club. Thank you and good luck, Tore!”
On his part, Cudicini said, “He was very reliable as a player, and he has been very reliable since he has worked with us in the loan department.
“We will miss him 100 per cent.”