Tomasz Tchorz, who is just 31 years old, has been training the young players for the Kerala Blasters for a while now!
With Tomasz Tchorz, the young and creative reserve team manager, at the center of Kerala Blasters’ developmental success, the squad has been a beacon of hope for young football potential. At the young age of 31, Tchorz’s skill in player development has helped several players succeed both inside the team and throughout the Indian football scene.
Tchorz recently talked with Kerala Blasters media about his career history, highlighting his time spent in Europe and the promising future of the team’s reserve unit.
Wonderful vacations combined with career development
When Tomasz Tchorz looked back on his recent vacation, he was thankful for a combination of his professional and personal experiences, which included a trip to the Italian Serie B team Como when he was in Europe.
“I had a great time spending quality time with my family over the holidays. I had a fantastic professional experience in Europe when I went to see the Serie B club Como in Italy, where Cesc Fabregas was the senior team’s coach after having coached the under-19 squad. In his reflections on the rewarding experience, Tomasz said, “It was the ideal fusion of my personal and professional life.
brand-new starts in the preseason
Talking about the preseason build-up, Tchorz emphasized the enthusiasm for a brand-new team starting its second cycle under his direction. He clarified, saying, “The last two years were very productive, successfully promoting many players to senior and I-League clubs.”
After playing friendly matches against the senior team, he expressed confidence in the team’s preparedness for the Kerala Premier League (KPL) and said he thinks the competition will help the team develop and get promoted to the senior roster.
KPL: An essential development platform
According to Tomasz Tchorz, the Kerala Premier League is an essential venue for the development of fresh talent. It’s an important state-level competition that promotes elite interactions and gives our kids an opportunity to compete against more seasoned players. I am appreciative of the Kerala Football Association for this chance, and my goals are to demonstrate my potential and win trophies.
Tchorz has a very clear goal for the KPL: to showcase the team’s talent and win titles. He stressed the need to combine seasoned veterans with up-and-coming talent to elevate Indian football to a national and worldwide level.
Tchorz expressed confidence about the KPL competition and stated that he wanted Aritra Das and Sreekuttan VS to be able to hold down positions in the senior team. He also mentioned that there were other talented players in the wings.
Expecting new talent
Tomasz is thrilled that more academy players are participating in the ISL season. As their coach, I get great pleasure from seeing them play. It’s changing the team’s energy as well as providing these players with a lift. There is a culture of growth since other players now think it is possible to make it to the senior team.
To the 31-year-old, producing players for the first team is about more than just ability; it’s about creating an atmosphere where gifted individuals can thrive in the face of fierce competition. He emphasized how crucial it is to help athletes become more professional while also giving them the freedom to solve problems on their own.
He underlined, “Understanding players’ potential and directing them toward professionalism is the key to developing them for the first team.” “It is our responsibility to establish an atmosphere that nurtures talent in the face of fierce competition, encouraging development and advancement.”
Speaking of noteworthy players, Tomasz Tchorz emphasized Mohammed Aimen’s outstanding campaign and expressed excitement about the skill and promise of players such as Mohammed Azhar, Yoihenba Meitei, Vibin Mohanan, and Sachin Suresh.