Former champions of England, Chelsea get ready to face off against domestic rivals Hull City at the KCOM Stadium today, as they will be hoping to get back to winning ways, after the 3-0 loss to Arsenal. The Blues have seen their ups and downs at the start of the new campaign and will want to take all three points from this match.
Manager Antonio Conte sent out a strong message last time around after his side were beaten at the Emirates and was hoping to inspire his players once again, as he sat down for his pre-match presser.
There have been some rumours about corruption and the Italian manager told the media that it is important to know the real truth when talking about corruption allegations.
“It is right the FA are asking to know all the information regarding the current cases.”
“You can’t compare the current allegations with cases in the past in Italy.”
Giving an update on the John Terry injury, he added that the England international is out of tomorrow’s game. Midfielder John Obi Mikel is also out with a small muscular problem.
Further, talking about the recent results he said, “It is never good when you lose two games but that in these two games he saw a lot of important things to work on.”
“With great work and hard work, he and the players and the club together are trying to change the situation.”
“We must think about the present now rather than think about spending money in the future.”
“He and the players are using last season as an instrument to push them more to improvement.”
Chelsea players who have been left out of the Spain international squad have an opportunity to work hard to get back there.
He concluded by saying that he likes clear communication and to talk to Roman Abramovich is interesting because he is very passionate about football.