"We're discussing it and we're assessing various solutions and trying to peruse the horizon for names who have not already been mentioned by the press".
Despite coming into the season as the Premier League champions, Conte had predicted early on that Chelsea were in for a "difficult season" due to the strength of the Manchester clubs. If I have a player who is 8/10, I take him to 10/10.
Conte's comments could be alluding to the Manchester clubs, whose managers have convinced their teams to outspend Chelsea considerably this season.
"Every single player knows very well we have to try to improve, and to improve the results you have to improve and to play better than the game against Watford, because against Bournemouth we had a lot of shots, against Watford it was totally negative".
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Asked which way Chelsea are pursuing, he added: "This is my opinion".
Speaking after the game, Conte referred to acknowledging mistakes and taking responsibility, but it's perhaps most telling that he was referring to the players being confused and not reacting well to either the equalizer, or the Watford goals.
"The players show me every day they want to overcome this situation". To do this we must have personality to play with the ball.
"We are facing a serious situation".
"Now, it's different. We are following our work and are a stronger team. I have, usually, a great respect [for fellow managers]". 'When you've got one of those at the top of the pitch they're very hard to replace'. I'd just arrived last season.
Seeing them slip down to the Championship would nearly be an easy way out for West Brom, with the two teams having not met in a baffling six years since the Baggies dismantled Wolves 5-1 in what was the old gold & black's final season in the PL to date. The reason why we lost to the Saints was not exclusively down to injuries, although it was a contributing factor, writes Baggies blogger Nathan Carr. 'That defeat was probably more of a disappointment than anything else I've had since I was manager here.