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Post match press conference: Antonio Conte v West Ham


Filed: Monday, 9th April 2018
By: Staff Writer


Chelsea boss Antonio Conte admitted to being frustrated after watching his Chelsea side heald to a draw at Stamford Bridge by West Ham.

The under-pressure Italian insisted that the match - which he described as "a game we must win" - was a microcosm of his club's season - before questioning the mentality of some of his players.

Hear what Conte had to say about the afternoon's events during his post-match press conference...








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