Cesc Fabregas sends message to Tottenham ahead of Chelsea clash

  • Cesc Fabregas sends message to Tottenham ahead of Chelsea clash

Cesc Fabregas sends message to Tottenham ahead of Chelsea clash

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"It's a nice sentence to say, "we're ready and we want to win". With six games to play in the Premier League, I think we have achieved 71 points.

"Now to win is more hard", Pochettino added.

English defender John Terry, who will leave Chelsea at the end of the season after 22 years at the club, said goodbye to the fans of the London side through an open letter, in which he said that being the Blues' captain has been his greatest achievement. Players that in the past five years have won European competitions and World Cups, a manager who won the league in Italy. They were disappointed after Watford, but we spoke about how we can do better and the last couple of days have been very positive.

"After almost three years, we have not only reduced the gap to the top four, we're fighting to win the Premier League and to win some titles".

He is going to have to really dig deep once more against the one side that has not chucked in the towel against them this season and played them off the park at White Hart Lane in early January with a thoroughly convincing performance. They have not won anything, maybe some players have some titles. It means something important is growing here.

"For us it's a final and we need to show that from the first moment". That feeling is good, I like it.

"It's a big thing that people include Tottenham in the same level as United, Chelsea, City, Arsenal and Liverpool", he said. How about Chelsea? Who got snubbed from this list, and who would you replace them with?

Having hired the stadium for this season's Champions League campaign they lost the first two against Monaco and Bayer Leverkusen and were out before they played the third, a win against CSKA Moscow.

There have been few setbacks since for Mauricio Pochettino's men outside of a ropey Europa League effort and they seem to be making a perfectly timed run on the two competitive fronts remaining.

'I will tell you after, ' smiled Pochettino, when asked if they could overcome the problem.

"It's true, we struggled a bit to get good results there but we need to make Wembley our home and get that feeling".

'When we competed at Wembley we were in new competition for us, the Champions League. If you only see the data, we have improved a lot. We were competing with a very good team'.