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13 April 2018, 01:47 | Percy Christensen
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Desailly insists that the former Juventus coach should have enough credit in the bank after his superb first season in England and that Chelsea should instead sell four or five of their underperforming players. I think we have to continue to improve for next season.
Antonio Conte's place is beneath elevated scrutiny following Chelsea's 1-1 home attract opposition to West Ham, which means the defending Premier League champions have acquired merely 5 of their closing 20 matches in all competitions. I don't assume the state of affairs that Chelsea are in is Conte's fault - you might want to give him that season'. But with Chelsea looking to sack Antonio Conte, after what a terrible post title win season, the Blues' star has been linked with a move away.
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The Blues won the title last season, but now look set to finish in fifth position as they trail fourth-placed Tottenham by 10 points with only six games left to play.
He spent a lengthy spell on the sidelines, which started in January after he persisted to play on with the injury as Chelsea had no real cover the for the Spanish forward. I think our target was to stay in the top four and we are fifth.
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Some have suggested that Chelsea should prioritise strong personalities in their summer recruitment to make up for the experienced veterans they have lost in recent years, but Willian believes the current squad is not lacking in leadership. I played with a lot of pain and it probably would have been better if I'd stopped. But we have Gary Cahill. On the pitch I want to do my best always to fight until the last minute.
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'Before they've changed the coach, and kept the players.
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