Monday 14 March 2016

Diego Costa Behaviour Shows He Wants To Leave Chelsea- Antony Kastrinakis

According to Antony Kastrinakis Diego Costa might have had an ulterior motive for his behaviour in Chelsea's defeat at Goodison Park. The enigmatic Blues striker was sent off for the first time since arriving in England in Chelsea's 2-0 defeat at Everton, after clashing with Gareth Barry.

There were allegations that Costa tried to bite Barry, which have since been denied by the Everton midfielder, but  Kastrinakis  believes Costa's actions were part of a plan. Kastrinakis said “Costa had exactly the same reputation at Atletico Madrid as he has developed in England, his behaviour over the last few months is purely to show Roman Abramovich that he wants out. He wanted out last May. There were stories from various friends of his that he wanted to return to Atletico Madrid. It could have been done in January when Atletico made a bid, but Chelsea would not let him go. I think all of this is his frustration, because he wants to play elsewhere”.

Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink admitted in his post-match news conference he had not seen the incident but admitted frustration may have played a role.  He said “Costa was chased a bit in the game. They went after him. They knew it. It is within the rules. I like him still going towards the edge but you also have to take into consideration he was desperate to play. It is all the combination; not fully physically fit and all the provocations and he has to take responsibility for the incident

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