Date: 20th April 2018 at 8:35am
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Following Chelsea’s second consecutive away win last night, some of Chelsea’s players took to social media. Antonio Conte had put out a completely different team to the one most people expected, but it paid off.

The 2-1 victory over Burnley enabled Chelsea to creep up a little bit more on Tottenham, reducing the deficit to fourth place to just 5 points, with 4 games remaining. Next up for Chelsea, is the FA Cup semi-final against Southampton at Wembley.

Alvaro Morata, whilst pleased, had other issues he wanted to get off his chest, following his substitution.

To be fair to the Spaniard it’s what we all want to see from our players. A bit of passion and actually showing that you care. There’s nothing wrong with that. Something ex-pro and grumpy pundit, Rodney Marsh agreed with.

There was a lot of love for Motata from the Chelsea fans across the world as well.

At the end of the day it was all about the three points. Signs are the attitude is changing. Conte is resigned to his fate and the players know it’s all about the fans. It’s a bit late, but this is Chelsea under Roman Abramovich.


2 Replies to “Four Tweets and an Apology”

  • Except when injured and likely to aggravate it, no player should ever be less than disappointed to be hooked. Just don’t have a go at the boss in full view of the punters, say it in the dressing room or better still next day in the office

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