Kante comfortable with surprise new Chelsea role

Action Images via Reuters  Carl Recine

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According to Kante, winning the 2018 FIFA World Cup with France in Russian Federation last month, was something he would never lose sight of.

Kante has won the Premier League twice, with Leicester and then Chelsea, and claimed FA Cup glory this Blues domestically in the past three years.

Despite his accolades and honours, Kante insists he's starting the new season from scratch once move.

"The manager tells us to play, to enjoy ourselves on the pitch, with responsibility".

"Whatever you did in the past is quickly forgotten".

"To be able to be part of that group will stay with us until the end of our lives because we know what winning the World Cup means to us".

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Newly appointed Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has done away with two Antonio Conte rules at the club after players' complaints, according to The Telegraph. "This is what we do in Brazil and are trying to do here, playing with skill and movement". "Players like that want to play football", Willian added.

"So, even during the holidays, we were thinking and talking about how to adapt".

The second rule that Sarri has reversed surrounds Chelsea players' diets. The best way to always keep your position is to remain focused and have the same attitude towards everyone.

"You can go forward, get close to the box, have shots, try to create but obviously we have to be disciplined and organised without the ball".

Sarri will be hoping that the improved mood in the dressing room will lead to a better season than the 2017/18 campaign, when Chelsea's immediate title defence saw them finish in fifth place in the Premier League.

"I am really prepared and I feel at home with the team now".

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