Crooks blasts Conte over treatment of Diego Costa

Crooks blasts Conte over treatment of Diego Costa

Crooks blasts Conte over treatment of Diego Costa

"Pedro is not available". In the next game I don't know if Pedro is able to recover from his injury, but for sure we will have two players out for a ban, Cahill and Fabregas.

The Spanish global was sent off during the game at Wembley but Conte has confirmed the attacker picked up a knock to his ankle before the incident and won't be involved tomorrow afternoon. This will be the only game Moses is suspended for however. "He is playing every game from the start and it is very important for him to play, and to play well".

"I think I had to leave Madrid", he added.

'Diego Costa did it by nature because he has a huge personality, is really strong and he did it aggressively.

While there has been a lot of discussion regarding how the Blues will start the season, I believe we will see a largely unchanged lineup to the XI that played in the Community Shield against Arsenal last weekend. They were the best team by far last season and I still think a lot of that quality is there, ' said the 39-year-old former England global, who is now a BT Sport pundit.

Dyche has acknowledged that his team's chances are slightly improved by Chelsea's current injury problems and transfer uncertainties, though says the Blues remain an incredible group of players. "But I've already adapted and I'm excited to play".

"[They have improved from last year] in the way they work in the training session".

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He did insist, though, that he was still fully focused on defending the club's Premier League title this season irrespective of any other concerns.

Lampard, who scored 147 times for the Blues in the top flight, feels Conte is the best possible man in charge of the club where he spent 13 hugely successful seasons.

"It's not easy when you speak about pressure", he said. "The club knows very well my opinion and are trying to do their best". "This season, at this moment, I agree with people who think this".

"They opened up the pitch even more when they had 10 men which put us on the back foot a bit".

"It is normal for me, and also for players that start to work with me, that they need time to adapt to our style of football. This role is the most hard to adapt to then the other roles".

Gary Cahill also revealed his admiration for Matic recently, and echoed Conte's words, saying that the Serbian international's departure will be a huge loss for the squad.

"It's been a long, odd summer, in which I've had to make decisions".

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