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Alvaro Morata admits he made a big mistake at Chelsea FC

Alvaro Morata admits he made a big mistake at Chelsea FC

The Spaniard returned from a niggling back injury to feature against West Brom on Monday from the bench, and he is now targeting a start against one of the most unsafe side's in Europe this season. "We want to try to fight for every competition, but there's not one priority, there's three priorities in the rest of the season".

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is considering playing with two up top to accommodate both club-record signing Alvaro Morata and January recruit Olivier Giroud.

"But I think above all the tone of how you transmit your ideas is more important, how you get through to the players, and there are many ways to do that". A good maturity. The competition is good for the team.

"I see great commitment in every training session".

On the importance of having such options available to him, Conte continued: 'Yeah for sure, in this moment it's important to have all your players available.

Conte promised to give some youngsters a shot on Friday night.

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Chelsea have experienced unusual campaigns following winning the league title and Manchester United legend Roy Keane has accused some of the players of downing tools under previous managers.

Ferrer, now coach of the Barca Legends side that plays friendlies around the world, said he would also like the chance to manage in England in the future.

"With Ampadu it is not hard to predict a brilliant future for this player and it is the same for Odoi".

He also said that Jose Mourinho must improve United's defence if he's to get them winning trophies and Keane also singled out Ashley Young as the man causing them to struggle.

Conte readily indulged talk of Chelsea sacking him earlier this month, just over half a season after leading the team to the top-flight title, as he took to publicly criticising the club's transfer dealings and suffered consecutive defeats against Bournemouth and Watford.

Conte and United manager Mourinho were recently embroiled in public a war of words.