- Marcos Alonso admits that the team may have an attitude problem after a poor run of form
- Chelsea are five points outside the top four with nine league matches remaining
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Chelsea left-wing-back Marcos Alonso concedes that the team may have an attitude problem following on from the 1-0 defeat to Manchester City, The Telegraph reports.
The Blues have won just one of our last five league matches which have seen our chances of finishing in the top four of the table become threatened.
Fourth place Tottenham are five points clear of the champions with nine games in the English top-flight remaining this season. Alonso, who is quoted by The Telegraph, reveals that there needs to be a change in attitude for Chelsea to finish the campaign in the top four.
“I think it’s an attitude problem and we have to make things clearer and improve quickly because we have nine matches left and we want to be in the top four.”
It’s important that Antonio Conte’s side forgets what’s happened in the past and focuses on our upcoming match with Crystal Palace this Saturday at Stamford Bridge.
Even if the Italian has lost the dressing room, it’s important the players fight for the opportunity to play in the Champions League next season with or without Conte.