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EPL: We’re Still In Rebuilding Process –Gallagher Speaks Ahead Chelsea Vs Aston Villa

EPL: We’re Still In Rebuilding Process  –Gallagher Speaks Ahead Chelsea Vs Aston Villa

Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher says that the players at the club are still gelling as the team continues the rebuilding process.

The Blues will take on Aston Villa on Sunday, September 24 at Stamford Bridge in a Premier League clash.

Chelsea are in a transition phase with new coach Mauricio Pochettino and an influx of new players to the club like Enzo Fernandez, Noni Madueke amongst others this year.

In an interview with chelseafc.com, Gallagher said the team is confident of eventually getting good results this season.

“Chelsea have brought some massive talent this season,” Gallagher said.

“The glass is half full. It’s a process right now with a lot of new players and a lot of young players. We’re still gelling.

 

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“We’re performing well until we get to the final third, where we need to be ruthless. But we’re still confident as a team, confident we’re going to improve and confident we’re going to get wins as well.

“Every team we play in the Premier League is a tough game. We’ve dominated the ball in every game this season, but of course that’s not what matters. What matters is who scores more goals, and we’ve not been able to do that well enough, but we’re working on it and we will improve.”

Gallagher has made five appearances for the Blues in the Premier League this season.

Chelsea are placed 14th in the Premier League standings this term with five points after five games.

They have won the Premier League title on six occasions (1954/55, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2009/10, 2014/15 and 2016/17).


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