Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte worried about his team's performance after 3-0 Roma defeat

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has said he is worried about his team performance as he urged his Chelsea players to dig deeper after they slumped to a 3-0 defeat to Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Stephan El Shaarawy scored after 39 seconds and then pounced on an Antonio Rudiger error to make it 2-0 after 36 minutes. Diego Perotti struck a fine third after 63 minutes as Roma climbed above the Blues to take top spot in Champions League Group C.

Conte said “This season we have to dig very deep if we want to be competitive and fight for something important. If we are not ready to dig deeper, we can have this type of game. This season will be very difficult if we don't understand quickly the right way that we have to go. Last season we showed great hunger, great will to do something of importance. Last season we won the league and did a miracle. If we think that only because our name is Chelsea and the opponent has fear for the name Chelsea, I think this is not the right way. We must find the hunger that we showed in all last season and in this season sometimes. We have to try to find the strength to understand and to use this loss in the right way.”

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