Giggs hits out at 'laughing' United players following Chelsea battering
Oct 30 2016 by Marjorie Miles
The most important thing is that we continued to play and to try to score the second goal, it happened and I'm very happy.
Chelsea were cruising to the league title in February, when struggling Boro came along to Stamford Bridge. [Before Sunday] We were in a good run of results - in the last seven we lost one - so Sunday was a big defeat with numbers that the history of this clubs do not deserve.
"When I am in a club my heart belongs to the fans and I felt deeply for them".
"You can get beat in a football match, but then when you're getting beat and you're swapping shirts, that is something I don't like", Giggs said to Premier League TV. A trip to Wembley is very rare, and fans of lower league clubs are just as loyal as any.
The Portuguese has endured a mixed start to his stint as United boss, having lost three of his nine league games, including a 4-0 hammering at the hands of Chelsea on Sunday. I want to help my players to stay close to them in every moment.
Conte, still hoarse from his repeated shouting at the weekend, added he was looking forward to managing a team at the London Stadium, where the large technical area is in marked contrast to the relatively small space in which he operates at Stamford Bridge.
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He said: "You can see in every training session, every situation, he'll study it and seek to improve every player". Argentina striker Aguero's seven goals in the league make him joint top-scorer with Chelsea's Diego Costa.
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We are gratified to see the many public figures, including Sen. "So I think that can be wrapped up in relatively short order". The scene at the Cannonball Ranch, located near the capital city of Bismarck, devolved into chaos throughout Thursday.
Conte, who joked he might wear a Global Positioning System unit used to monitor his players' activity during a game, added: "If I have to compare the technical area to Stamford Bridge, I'm happy".
Besides, this always represents a major issue for their bosses, who are afraid to disrespect this kind of players and refuse to send them to the bench even if they should just because they don't want to lose credibility among their players and fans.
"John is fit", Conte said.
Manchester United's players have been stunned by Jose Mourinho's hands-off and distant approach at Carrington.
Conte added: "When there is a private conversation it is right to remain private, I have great respect for Jose, he is a great manager and he won a lot here". "If we score a goal like we nearly did for 2-1 the game would be different". And so a midweek trip to play Oldham, Plymouth, or Accrington Stanley can be seen as a frustrating affair, rather than an opportunity to progress.
Conte's priority is to pick a team strong enough to win. "He's fit to start, he's in good shape, but tomorrow I decide the starting XI".