Conte on Costa, youngsters, Stoke, Zouma and Chelsea's 'big challenge'

Annette Crawford
September 23, 2017

"Abu Dhabi-owned Manchester City spent the most of any Premier League club during the summer transfer window €" £215 million while United splashed out more than £140 million.

Hazard has scored two goals against Stoke in nine Premier League games, but hasn't scored at the bet365 stadium since 2013.

"Last year they were quite good at taking things up to the line and not crossing it", the Stoke boss said. We will try to be there but they have spent the biggest money in the league.

'I expect a hard, physical contest. Amazon now has the rights for the UK ATP Tennis Tour and also the NFL Game on Thursdays, while Facebook shows 22 games a season of Major League Soccer, according to their deal. "It won't be easy to have these games, so strong and tough games, very close".

Willian has fond memories of the part he played in our triumphs over Stoke last season, with the victory in the Potteries undoubtedly one of the key moments in the title-winning campaign.

He added: "We have to play against Stoke then on Wednesday another really important game for us against Atletico Madrid".

However, Guardiola has unleashed the pair to devastating effect this season, with Aguero scoring six goals in six appearances, while Jesus has netted five times in six games. It was a huge result for us because at that time we were fighting with everything to make sure we stayed at the top of the table.


"I think this is the right way as the season is very long". "A good test and challenge for us".

Diego Costa has left Chelsea for Atletico Madrid after the striker had a fallout with Antonio Conte.

Walker, Mendy and Danilo have allowed City to do exactly that, with Liverpool, Feyenoord and Watford crushed by a combined score of 15-0 in their last three games. "There are more games coming and we have to be ready". Of course the players change, but the way we play, nothing changes, we always train in the same way, we always have a plan to come to the game, nothing changes. "That is what we did last season", he said.

"I am pleased for Eden because I think in the last game he played very well (against Nottingham Forest)".

"I used to really enjoy watching him play and how he went about his business, because he was different - he had an edge to him and the reaction of other players to him was really interesting".

'Now we face three big games, all like finals.

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