Thursday, July 7, 2022

Cesc Fabregas: Chelsea Is Not Performing Well Because Of This Two Big Problems

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Spanish and Chelsea footballer Cesc Fabregas has identified two serious problems that have hurt Chelsea this season.The Blues who have endured a difficult campaign and this week face Barcelona in the Champions League has had their issues, the midfielder noted that: ‘The new signings had to adapt to what the coach asks to us and it was not easy. For example, some players had to play many games, like N’Golo [Kante], myself or [Cesar] Azpilicueta maybe. We didn’t have a lot of available players and we had to play more than what we should have. ‘In that case, maybe we struggled a little bit this year but I think we played OK, maybe not at our maximum level, or the level we used to show last year but it is still a good season.’After a difficult start to 2018 there has been speculation over the future of manager Antonio Conte, but Fabregas has refused to use that as an excuse for Chelsea’s problems. ‘I think we are all professional players. We are players that are used to the speculation and used to what is around us because we play for a big football club and there will always be rumours and things to be said. ‘We just focus on football and our game. We are training very hard to achieve our targets, that’s the objective. I don’t really look or care or mind what is said about me anymore. Or what is said about the rest. When you look in football after scoring two goals you are the best and, if you lose, you become the worst. ‘There’s no middle point in football anymore – either you are the best or you are bad. We just really have to focus in our job, which is to try to be good every three days, compete well and then let the results talk.’Photo Credit: Getty

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