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Conte doesn’t have magic solution for Chelsea woes

London (AFP) – Antonio Conte admits he doesn’t have an instant answer for the problems that have plagued his spluttering Chelsea team in recent weeks. Conte’s side slumped to lacklustre defeats against Liverpool and Arsenal in their last two Premier League matches. Chelsea have only one clean sheet in 15 matches in all competitions ahead of Saturday’s Premier League trip to Hull, when they will again be without injured captain and key defender John Terry.
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