Eden Hazard Willing To Play Out Of Position For Antonio Conte

Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard has stressed that he has no issues playing out of position for manager Antonio Conte. The Belgium international has featured regularly in the false number nine role of late, but he is content with the decision, given it offers him the chance to participate from the playing field.

Hazard was seemingly unimpressed with the lack of service during a game against Manchester City earlier this month, but in an interview with Sky Sports News, he appeared to indicate that he would prefer to play in any position for the club, he said:"I just want to be on the pitch. Number 9, 10, I can play left-back if the manager wants, no problem. I just want to be on the pitch and try to give everything like I do every time.

Fabregas Wants Fan Support

Cesc Fabregas has called for the Chelsea fans to remain behind the team despite some poor results at the moment. He said that he understands that fans might be disappointed after their poor run of form but he wants them to remain behind the team.

He said that there are still some important games to be played until the end of the season and that it is important that fans remain behind the team. Cesc Fabregas commented on the game against Manchester City and said that it was a difficult game for the whole team. He said that City is currently the best team in England at the moment and that it is difficult to play against them.

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Olivier Giroud Gives Honest Assessment Of His Initial Chelsea Career

France international Olivier Giroud is pleased to have settled alongside his Chelsea teammates following his move from Arsenal midway through the season. The 31-year-old had a disappointing night as the Blues bowed of the Champions League to Barcelona, but the Frenchman was content to have made a reasonable impact with the west London outfit.

Speaking after the Barcelona game, he said: “I am settling in quite well. I am very pleased with my understanding with the boys. It’s not easy to join a new club in the winter but I am trying to adapt as quick as I can. There is always room for improvement but I am happy with what I am doing on the pitch.”Giroud has struggled to find the cutting edge in his play in the final third, which has hampered his scoring opportunities, and when asked whether the Blues may have to wait until next season for his best, he replied: “No, no, I want to be at my best level now.”

Cesc Fabregas outlines his future plans amid contract talk

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has suggested that he could try a stint in football management once he calls time on his professional career. The Spain international has been an influential figure in the Blues ranks since his move from Barcelona in 2014, and he is aiming to continue on the field for many more years before weighing up his plans off it.

Speaking to Soccer AM, Fabregas said: "At this stage I would say that I want to get into management. In life anything can happen though, everything can change in your mind. I am still feeling very good, very young. I think I can play for many more years, so it's not something I feel I want to do straight away. But in the future I would like to try."

Cesc Fabregas Revels in New Formation at Chelsea

Cesc Fabregas has claimed that he is enjoying the freedom brought about by the new formation at Chelsea. After a difficult set of results of the start of the new campaign, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte decided to switch to the 3-5-2 formation. This led to an impressive set of results – including the 3-1 success over Newcastle during the weekend. Even though this formation has been specifically built to get the best out of Alvaro Morata and Eden Hazard, it seems that another player – Cesc Fabregas – is benefiting indirectly from this change. The Spaniard has never been the untouchable player in Conte’s team but he has been coming in with some impressive performances of late.

Ahead of the Champions League game against Atletico Madrid, the team are expected to line up once again in the 3-5-2 formation which has been so effective in recent weeks. Fabregas says that the system has allowed him to be much more expressive on the pitch, as he does not have the huge burden of defending as well as attacking at the same time. Fabregas is one of the best playmakers in the business as his vision and legendary passing skills often create chances for his teammates out of nothing. Speaking ahead of the game, Fabregas also claimed that he initially had to work a lot harder in order to convince Antonio Conte. Now, he is a regular fixture in the Chelsea team.


Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has revealed that Cesc Fabregas was a game away from moving to Old Trafford back in the summer of 2013. The Spain international had been considering his future with Barcelona, but ultimately decided to stay put for the campaign.

Speaking to BBC Radio Five Live, Moyes, who had a forgettable 10-month spell with United, admitted that he could have signed both Gareth Bale and Fabregas during his time at the club. While Bale sealed his move to Real Madrid from Tottenham Hotspur, Fabregas was keen on a switch, had he failed to start the first game of the 2013/14 La Liga season.

Cesc Fabregas reveals Arsenal turned down the chance to sign him

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has admitted that Arsenal had the first option to sign him after he decided to cut ties with Barcelona back in 2014.

The Spain international made over 300 appearances for the Gunners between 2003 and 2011 before he returned to his hometown Barcelona.

Things did not quite work out during his three-year spell in Catalunya, and he eventually made his way to Chelsea in the summer of 2014. Speaking on Sky Sports, Fabregas admitted that the Gunners were informed of his desire to leave Camp Nou, but the club never made contact for his services. As a result, the 30-year-old moved on to the Blues, where he has gone on to win two Premier League titles in the past three seasons.

Lopetegui hopes the national team can bring positivity

You might not be able to watch it on socagol, but fans of Spanish football will know that the country is having a bit of upheaval at the moment, which has already affected La Liga (with Barca playing a match behind closed doors), and had ramifications for the Spanish national side.

Spain are currently going through a difficult period of time with the recent issues involving the Catalan referendum which resulted with police violence, and Gerard Pique being booed by his own fans. There is a lot of political instability which has started to even affect the Spanish national football team.

Fans will watch Spain's next round of international football matches - streamed online at livestream.services - with interest to see how the situation develops.

Manchester City were much better rested to beat Chelsea - Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas has apparently downplayed the significance of Chelsea's 1-0 defeat to Manchester City by insisting the Citizens were simply 'better rested'.

The reigning champions were outclassed by Pep Guardiola's men in the Premier League last weekend with former graduate Kevin de Bruyne bagging the winner in the second-half. As a result, the Blues are six points behind table-toppers City heading into the second international break of the campaign.