'We must be realistic' - Conte unsure on Chelsea defending their title

Oct 29, 2017, 02:12
'We must be realistic' - Conte unsure on Chelsea defending their title

N'Golo Kante's absence from Chelsea initially saw the team go winless in their following two games, but Antonio Conte has insisted his side have a plan B after defeating Watford and Everton. However, despite these reports and his side's patchy form, Conte says that this season hasn't been as hard as his first year in west London. They try to create problems between me and the club.

"But if someone is happy to write this..."

"This is work for me, but if someone is happy to write this and this make the newspaper more interesting continue to do this, but don't put another person in because this is incorrect".

"And then this person has to send me a message and say "it's not true".

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"I found a situation with a lot of troubles, yes, and I found a situation after 10 games".

Chelsea's head of communications Steve Atkins told the same gathering: "These stories are absolute nonsense".

The Belgium worldwide has shown a good deal more promise in the early weeks of this campaign, scoring seven times in 11 matches, and played a key role off the bench as Chelsea beat Watford last weekend. He's working very well and he's understanding this football and what I want from him.

A Kante-less Chelsea play Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday where points can't afford to be dropped.

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Reigning champions Chelsea have made an inconsistent start to the current campaign and presently stand nine points adrift of early pacesetters Manchester City after nine games. Their position is not right on the table.

Conte said he often talks to Ancelotti, whom he played for at Juventus, but added that the pair have no need to talk about Chelsea's managerial situation.

"We must have a great respect for them".

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