Chelsea stand by Conte... for now

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The champions have now conceded seven goals in their last two outings after also going down 3-0 at home to Bournemouth last week to put their chances of Champions League qualification for next season in serious peril. "I work every day and I give120 percent, if this is enough, okay, otherwise the club can take a decision, but I'm not anxious", said Conte. Come alongside us.' Those are the two you'd look at. However, that did little to stem Watford's tide and they went in front when Thibaut Courtois brought down Deulofeu.

However, the 33-year-old explained that the players are willing to go through it all because of the enormous belief they have in Conte's process.

The ex-Juventus coach, meanwhile, has seemed increasingly unhappy, voicing his dissatisfaction with the club's transfer policy and engaging in a bitter slanging match with predecessor Jose Mourinho. "We played with fear".

"It's such a hard one and I think a lot of Chelsea fans are confused, because we really like him, we love what he did last season and he fitted in so well and then he has just gone insane in the last few months and I just think there is an overwhelming sense of we just wish he would shut up and we wish he would stop moaning and complaining in public and get on with the job".

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"We believe in him and we believe in our team".

"For sure it is a hard moment and if we want to find excuses we can find everything - tiredness and injuries".

'This is my wife's desire to have a small vehicle because a small auto is easier to drive and then especially if you are starting to drive on the right, ' he has said of the vehicle choice. You are 100 per cent with him. The situation quickly disintegrated as Costa refused to train with the reserves, leaving Chelsea struggling to find a buyer. Here are three changes the manager should make, at least for the upcoming games against West Brom and Hull City. You have to look at the last two results - losing at home to Bournemouth and then to Watford - you'd be anxious within the club that the way Conte is feeling is being transmitted to the players and could begin a downward spiral.

"I think it's a matter of time (before he's sacked) at this point", Joel said. In this type of moment you can see who is (made) for a great club, to play with personality to risk something. Can they do it again next year?

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