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Antonio Conte Lays Down The Law For His Chelsea Stars — Shocking

30 Noviembre 2017

Germany defender Antonio Rudiger scored the decisive goal, heading in after N'Golo Kante's shot was deflected into his path. Une belle partie de ricochets pour les Blues!

A brilliant opportunistic volley by Morata had the necessary pace but was directed straight to Fabianski who tipped then ball over the crossbar. The Magpies rallied from 2-down scoring twice in the second half.

Antonio Conte was sent to the stands for shouting at fourth official Lee Mason after his side were denied a corner in the 42nd minute.

Antonio Rudiger's goal was all that separated the sides in a game of limited opportunities. "In this period of the year it is just important to keep getting the three points".

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So will Conte face further action?

With nine games remaining in all competitions this calendar year, Conte is expected to keep altering his line-up, something Spain playmaker Fabregas welcomed.

The London club proved to be still on the run for the title even though they struggled to be effective, creating several chances, but only managing to net once.

The Italian manager has made it clear that the players must be happy to either be on the pitch or sit on the bench and wait for their turn to play, either ways as they are in a Blues' shirt.

Conte's vagueness about the injury didn't help, nor did the history of both parties - David Luiz usually moving quickly once he realizes he's no longer first choice; Conte having no qualms about axing established stars who might not always conform - or the timing: Chelsea could maximize re-sale value in January.

While Chelsea are attempting to catch runaway league leaders Manchester City, Swansea City are currently holding onto the coattails of fellow relegation battlers West Ham United, West Bromwich Albion and Everton, who host the Hammers at Goodison Park tonight.

Antonio Conte Lays Down The Law For His Chelsea Stars — Shocking