Friday, 2 February 2018

Chelsea Need To Learn From Their Mistakes - Conte

Chelsea signed Arsenal's Olivier Giroud and Roma's Emerson Palmieri this window, but lost Michy Batshuayi to Borussia Dortmund.
Both new signings weren't eligible to play yet in The Blues' English Premier League loss to Bournemouth (0-3).

Manager Antonio Conte wasn't happy with Chelsea's business in the transfer window.
"It's not important. I'm not happy with the result," Conte answered in his post-match interview with ESPN when asked about Chelsea's business in the transfer window.

"The transfer market is not important. Now we have to focus on the work. Players go, players come. It doesn't change
Chelsea weren't able to register new signings Giroud and Palmieri in time for the match against Bournemouth of last Thursday.

That's why the Italian manager had to play with Eden Hazard in the centre-forward position and the 17-year-old Callum Hudson-Odoi was the only striker on the bench.

The Chelsea boss believes that these administrative errors can't happen again in the future. He said:
"It's important to understand, all the people who work in Chelsea, the mistakes that we did today and the situation that we found today."

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