Conte dismisses Vialli comments: I am committed to Chelsea

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Conte dismisses Vialli comments: I am committed to Chelsea

Because we must be disappointed. We have to try to do our best in every game.

With only seven games remaining, Conte's two-year reign at Stamford Bridge looks set to finish at the end of the season, with widespread reports that Roman Abramovich is considering moves for ex-Barcelona boss Luis Enrique or Juventus chief Max Allegri. I think that you become stronger after a defeat. Edmilson offers far more than Hernandez in the middle of the pitch, but the Mexican provides obvious goal threat - and he only needed one chance, sweeping the ball home right-footed with typical composure to level the proceedings. This describes it very well.

"How many times have I said we didn't take the chances?"

'I hope my players are frustrated, because that is the right mentality'.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been deeply hurt by the Blues' disastrous title defence and admits that a season fraught with difficulties has given him sleepless nights. Tottenham maintained their fine run with victory on Saturday. "We are talking about a really good person".

'This game you must win this game if you want reach the target of reaching the Champions League.

He added: "I think we begged for the goal, and in the second half, or even in the first half we could have finished the game, but like the last few months we couldn't, and we conceded at the end".

"Otherwise, if we accept this result and say we were unlucky today, we are not building anything positive for the future", he said. Thankfully we stuck at it and got something out of it. Our times at the club didn't overlap, so I never had the good fortune to be coached by Ray, but I have met him on several occasions and he was always such a warm and friendly man.

Moyes speaking to the media afterwards priased the striker " He's made a career out of scoring goals, he's a penalty box striker and his movement is great. Just moments after Joe Hart produced a terrific save to deny Willian, a corner kick scramble lead to Cesar Azpilicueta tapping in from close range to give his side the deserved 1-0 advantage.

A video was also played on the Stamford Bridge big-screen from the likes of Frank Lampard, Carlo Cudicini and John Terry.

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