January 06 News Chelsea head coach Graham Bo
Te accepted a media interview + press conference after the 0-1 loss to Manchester City.
About whether you can enter the top four
"The situation is what it is and it’s not right for us now to think what’s going to happen five months from now. We need to come together and show this level of performance on the pitch today, stick together as a club and move on.
On Aubameyang being put on and off
"He didn’t play for long, but he didn’t play for long. I think he was a bit tired because he used up a lot of energy, the same as Hakeem. I’m sure the players want to stay on the pitch, but that’s normal.
I don’t have time to have a deep conversation with him.
You know players want to play and want to help the team.
But it’s a decision we make.
Injuries to Sterling and Pulisic
"It didn’t make the game easier and the injury was too early. Sterling did it himself, Pulisic kicked his knee in the block. As for Mason, let’s hope he can play at the weekend.
About Wounded Soldiers
"The expectations are just so high, so the mindset is the same, to get all the players fit and able to compete for places. Everyone’s frustrated right now."
About Zakaria’s performance
"I think he’s really good. Defensively, he covers so much ground, gets the ball back, gives everything in the confrontation, takes the ball bravely, finds the solution, pushes the ball. I
Thought it was a very positive night."
Isn’t the depth of Manchester City too scary?
"I don’t know if they have an advantage, but they have a great squad and a great coach, so I’m sure they will do well."
Enzo’s transfer soap opera
"I do not participate in the conversations that take place through the media. I have nothing to say, no comment."