What Olivier Giroud told Eden Hazard when coming on against Southampton

What Olivier Giroud told Eden Hazard when coming on against Southampton

Conte's position at Stamford Bridge has inevitably been a constant source of speculation because of the Blues' poor form in recent months.

"It is very hard to talk about the future". Southampton's fine performance in the 3-2 defeat at Arsenal might be a turning point, especially if they can back it up with another good performance - and ideally a result - against Chelsea today.

"After 15 minutes I said we'd be champions, after what happened and we reacted", said Guardiola, who will be on the golf course with his son when United play on Sunday. We must be ready to share the responsibility. Willian's low driven cross found Hazard, who took a calm first touch and hammered his shot into the top of the net to make it 2-2. Then there is the club. Then there is the players.

"This the most important thing and we must finish the season with this spirit". We must be frustrated. I work very hard, my staff work very hard and my players work very hard. You start the season with great expectations.

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This appeared to be Southampton's most pressing problem under Mauricio Pellegrino, when they so desperately struggled to find any attacking fluency.

"When you have this type of season you have to share this responsibility", he said.

Time is ticking for Mark Hughes and his Southampton side if they want to survive relegation from the Premier League. But, for sure, I'm not alone.

"Those are key moments and referees have got to get them right, maybe that's why the [Premier League] referees are not at the World Cup this year".

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Rodgers, who is looking to win back-to-back trebles with the Hoops, worked under Jose Mourinho as head youth coach of the Chelsea academy between 2004 and 2006 before becoming manager of the club's reserves. "We showed the right fire in our eyes".

The comeback against Southampton meant that Conte's side got only their fourth league win of 2018 and the club now goes into a tough week, with an away trip to Burnley ahead of the FA Cup semi-final that is also against the Saints.

Conte was totally infuriated by the comments of the 25-year-old and believed that he had no option but to drop the player having had his tactics questioned publicly.

The French global spent six years with the Gunners, helping them capture three FA Cups and scoring over 100 goals in the process.

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