25 November, 2017
"It was a problem to land [due to wind]".
Salah has been a revelation since returning to England, and is the league's top scorer so far with nine goals in 12 appearances.
'I know him very well because he played in Italy for many years, ' said Conte.
ANTONIO CONTE IS wary of focusing too much on Chelsea old boy Mohamed Salah as the Italian believes Liverpool carry multiple threats. It was hard in these times to come into the team. "They have great potential as a team".
He has looked to be worth the outlay, and Liverpool have been rewarded for their patience after Chelsea pipped them to Salah's signature from FC Basel back in 2014.
"But we have to do this and today we've had a good training session and we've tried to prepare for the game against Liverpool very well". "He was very young, now he has developed a lot".
Willian celebrates after equalising for Chelsea at Anfield
While Robertson is a good player and has been under used during the course of the season, now is not the right time to change track - especially because the Blues are an excellent team and through someone who is probably not match fit isn't a wise call. "I think he's one of the best African players to have played in the Premier League".
"He is a technical player, but at the same time is very fast, very strong, very good in one v one".
The Chelsea head coach drew comparisons between himself and Jurgen Klopp's management styles, both can regularly be seen frantically gesturing to their players from the touchline throughout games.
"We had a great first half and then in the second half we let everything unravel and so we were all feeling very frustrated".
"I will pay great attention to him, but also to [Sadio] Mane, [Philippe] Coutinho, [Roberto] Firmino, [Daniel] Sturridge".
Conte watched on and barked orders as his side rehearsed their lines ahead of the must-win game.
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