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Antonio Conte makes honest admission about being Chelsea manager

13 September 2017, 06:34 | Charlene Valdez

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Alan Pardew believes that Chelsea can make great inroads in the Champions League this season after dismantling Qarabag 6-0 in their opening group game of the campaign.

Giving his understudies a chance for valuable game time was an added bonus for Conte, who said: "I wanted to give a chance to Michy and also to Andreas Christensen".

"We have seven games in 21 days, that's not what we are used to from last year because the Champions League is in the middle and last year it wasn't there".

The Belgium worldwide took another significant step towards full fitness after suffering a broken ankle at the end of last season in the win over Qarabag, coming on as a 58th minute substitute to add to the 12 minutes he played against Leicester on Saturday. I do look at Real Madrid and when they played Manchester United, and I've seen two of United's games this season.

"I saw a lot of good things tonight".

"Last season Azpi was one of the most important players for us", the Italian said.

Antonio Conte's men cast the visiting minnows aside at Stamford Bridge in a convincing display that included first Chelsea goals for Davide Zappacosta and Tiemoue Bakayoko on Tuesday. Instead, we have to improve our players and try to create a good competition between them.


"It was a good start, a ideal start for us", Conte said.

Blues boss Antonio Conte said: 'I think with Eden, we must have a bit of patience with him'.

Chelsea will go into Sunday's Premier League derby against Arsenal brimming with confidence.

"We must be calm and to do the best for the player and for the team".

The Azeris, who have won their domestic championship for the last four years, were given little room and time to produce their best football.

"We must give him the possibility to recover very well, to be totally fit".

'Otherwise we risk bad injury and delaying the situation.



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