January 13 News Chelsea coach Graham Porter in 1-2
Attended the press conference after the loss to Fulham.
About why the progress of the game is so outrageous
“It was really frustrating and challenging. I feel for the fans, we were disappointed tonight. I thought the first half was a close game and we had a couple of chances. I
Think we could do better in terms of our defending and football actions. (I think the basics we could do better in terms of our defending and football actions. Don’t understand what to express)
We regained control in the second half and then got a red card… that’s where we are now, what can happen to us.
Felix had a huge impact on the game and it’s really disappointing to lose him and have him suspended for three games.
About Felix Red Card
“You can see what he brings to the game. I don’t think he has any malice and he will learn from it. It’s more about our defense than how good the opponents are and that’s where we need to improve.
about negative emotions
“I don’t think it was an emotional display of (fouling) João, it’s just an action that can happen in football. He didn’t lose his mind. That’s how it is.”
“The only thing that’s known is that he hurt his quadriceps, and he felt it when he made the clearance. As for the status of the injury, it’s too early to say…”
“The goal is frustrating because I don’t think they’re going to put pressure on us with one more man. It’s too easy to concede goals and that’s something we have to do better.”
Regarding whether the fans are still supporting
“I can understand their frustration that we lost, it’s normal. I made sure to go up and applaud them because we appreciate their support. They’re suffering and we’re suffering. It’s important that we stick together.”