It was suggested that Chelsea looked like they weren't playing for the manager as they struggled until that point, but Conte denies that was the case.
It was a former Chelsea player who got Saints off to a ideal start as Ryan Bertrand burst past Cesar Azpilicueta down Southampton's left before squaring for Tadic to apply a simple finish.
"I have the same behaviour for this also, because I didn't see it and I can't comment". He may have a Tore Andre Flo/David Fairclough knack of scoring goals as a substitute, but can he do likewise as a regular starter?
"I mentioned to them the influence and the effect the Southampton fans had when I was here as a player under hard circumstances in a similar position".
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A year and a half after treatment, the disease had returned in three-quarters of patients with the new treatment. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the United States, killing more than 150,000 people a year.
The victory keeps Chelsea's slim hopes of salvaging a top-four finish alive, while Southampton remain in the relegation zone.
Tottenham, whose 14-match unbeaten league run was their best spell since 1967, responded through Christian Eriksen before halftime but Sterling wrapped up the points in the 77th minute. "The important thing is to play with a great intensity and fight from the beginning until the end".
Spurs came out fighting in the second half but City withstood long period of pressure, before Guardiola's changes stemmed their opponent's flow. I work very hard, my staff work very hard, the players work very hard, and especially in this type of situation when there is great difficulty you must show [yourself] to be a man before a player. If I play good, but we are not winning, I am not happy.
Conte, however, believes everyone at Chelsea must accept blame if Champions League qualification proves elusive and, as part of that bargain, players may feel a duty to stay and return the club to the top level of European football.
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The team looked like a well-oiled machine thanks to a collective effort from the players and head coach Brett Brown. Its lone series win after dropping the first two games: the 2006 NBA Finals against the Dallas Mavericks.
"We've shown great character, great team spirit".
"The players must play like this [in the second half against Southampton] in every game, not for me, but for the club". "It's hard now to explain the reasons why we're struggling in this way this season", Conte said. I think the coach has to transfer this to the players. I'm the first person to take my responsibility.
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