Cesar Azpilicueta is as mystified as anyone else by Chelsea’s ability to lurch from highs to lows. Defender Azpilicueta has been a key figure in the Blues’ last two title successes, in 2015 and 2017. But both triumphs were followed by desperately disappointing title defences when they have finished tenth — in a season that saw Jose Mourinho sacked in the December — and then, last season, sixth. Again, that cost the boss, Antonio Conte this time, his job. Azpilicueta said: “It is difficult to explain. We have been the club in England that has won the most trophies in the last couple of years. “We are Chelsea we are fighting for trophies and we have to be up there and it is frustrating when you see we are able to win the title and then the next year we are not. “I would like to be at the top always. It is difficult but it is our job and we have to try to do it.” The good news is this looks like being one of those years when Chelsea are right back in the title hunt, based on their impressive unbeaten start under new boss Maurizio Sarri, dropping… Read full this story
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