Eden Hazard admits he's not been good enough for Chelsea

'If I play good, but we are not winning, I am not happy.

Fifth-placed Chelsea are 10 points adrift of the Premier League's top four with only six games remaining and failure to qualify for the Champions League certain to end Conte's two-year reign.

Indeed, only last summer Conte said that's exactly what he wanted to avoid. There's not only one reason, there are many. But now's not the place or moment to speak about this. Understandably, teams aren't exactly jumping at a £35m-midfielder who played barely 500 minutes of Premier League football this season. "From now until the end of the season I will make rotations". The Blues are now fifth in the league table, out of the Champions League spots with only the FA Cup left to play for.

"We thank those supporters who shared their experiences to help form our report and will now await a response from UEFA", read a club statement on their official website.

It'll be exactly a month since Sparky took change on Saturday but it will be the first time he's overseen a game at St Mary's.

"We must be frustrated".

"I played with a lot of pain and it probably would have been better if I'd stopped". He has started this season with a problem in his calf. I'm the first person to take my responsibility. But I'm not alone. Now is not the right moment to discuss this.

"We need it believe, we need to trust in each other and try to win every game".

Sarri, who has done a brilliant job in Naples, has been mooted as a potential replacement, but Conte is not interested in discussing the situation. Everyone has to find the desire to fight.

This game will of course have an added layer of intrigue as both team will face off again next weekend in their eagerly anticipated FA Cup semi-final. "A possibility then to play in the final for the second year in a row".



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