I'm Telling You, He's Hopeless - Chelsea Legend Savages Stoke City Star

Solenn Plantier
Mars 21, 2017

Moses looks set to be in action for Chelsea in their away match at Stoke City.

The move paid dividends three minutes from time when skipper Gary Cahill lashed in a victor in a 2-1 triumph that brought a league championship in Conte's first season ever closer.

"For sure this is an important win".

"My players were prepared to fight for this game because it was not easy".

"It's important we didn't get dragged into that kind of fighting battle and Diego handled himself really well up there".

The Blues are unbeaten since losing to Tottenham on January 4, and are coming off a convincing win against Manchester United in the FA Cup quarterfinals. They show in every game a great commitment.

"As a defender they do not talk about the good things you do, they talk about the mistakes, so I am trying to play the best football I can to help my team".

"We spoke at the start of the month saying it's odd there's only two games this month".

In the FA Cup quarter-finals, the Blues got the better of a Manchester United side who played nearly two thirds of the fixture with 10 men, and it was a result which extended an unbeaten run that started on the first weekend of 2017.

Reigning champions Leicester City continued their revival by holding on to claim their first Premier League away win of the season after edging West Ham 3-2 at the London Stadium.

"Hazard in the last training felt a bit of a problem in his calf and for this reason I preferred not to risk him."

"This is not the first time because it happened against Burnley".

"If you try to stop one area of their progression, then they will open up other areas of the pitch and are able to attack in another way".

"It is Chelsea's title now and you could see from their celebrations we ran them close". Conte believes that his side have a winning mentality and that they can motivate themselves against any opposition.

Yet this Chelsea team always seem to find a way to win. "We have to look at ourselves". It was a little bit feisty, we gave everything and I can not criticise our players.

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