Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte has been given a major selection headache ahead of our clash with Tottenham next weekend.

As if it wasn’t bad enough on Saturday, with Tiemoue Bakayoko, Eden Hazard and Pedro being ruled out through injury and Victor Moses sidelined with a one-match suspension – things have just got a lot worse.

During the defeat to Burnley, both Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were shown a red card and will miss the Tottenham clash as they serve their one-match bans.

With the existing injury headaches and the fresh suspension concerns, Conte may find himself with just one available midfielder next week in N’Golo Kante.

Kyle Scott, who was named among the substitutes against Burnley, may well be called upon. Alternatively, Conte could field David Luiz in midfield, but with Cahill also suspended, that would be far from ideal.

Saturday was very much a day to forget for anyone with any affiliation with Chelsea football club.

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Che_1AndulEdGeorge bwala Recent comment authors
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Chelsea should recall loftus cheek from loan


Chelsea need to buy players if they are to get where are last year if not what happened last two years will happened again.


We played too lackadaisical in the 1st half which cost us the lost.. 2nd half was a bit better.. I mean a whole half with ABSOLUTELY NO SHOTS TAKEN.. Com’on.. That isn’t the Chelsea I know of… Boys let’s try turn those smiling faces of our haters around come next… Read more »

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George bwala

chelsea fc needs rehabilitation but not conte to rehabilitate