Conte hopes injured Moses returns soon

By Daily Sports on October 15, 2017

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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has said he hopes Victor Moses returns from injury soon after he was forced out of Saturday’s 2-1 loss at his former club Crystal Palace.

Conte has already ruled out the Nigeria star from Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League clash at home against Roma.

Victor Moses was forced out by a suspected hamstring in the first half of this London derby.

During the game another important player, Moses, had an injury, and I hope to have him back very soon,” he told the Chelsea website.

“For sure Moses is out (of Champions League match) because of his injury. I don’t know if it’s serious.”

He added: “For us it’s a very difficult moment because we started the game without Morata and Kante, which isn’t simple.

“This moment is very difficult for us, to lose three or four players is a big problem but despite this we have to find the will to fight. This season will be very difficult so we have to give 150 per cent, not just 100 per cent, like last season, because that’s not enough. We want to try to be competitive in all competitions but it won’t be easy.

“My job is to be focused on my work with my players and try to do our best. Now, for sure, it’s not an easy moment for us but I think it’s important to find a solution and not look for excuses.”

•Photo shows Victor Moses.

Source Daily Sports

Posted October 15, 2017


 

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