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That's according to Duncan Castles, of the Daily Record, who made the claim on the Transfer Window Podcast.

"I think it's an opportunity that the manager probably felt we could switch off from football for a few days and come back re-energised and re-focused for the job in hand, and I think it will be beneficial", added Cahill. "I have to speak more with the managers who are very, very good to persuade their clubs to spend money and buy top players".

"When you have this period with such poor results, you have to divide the responsibility between me, the players and the club", said Conte.

"I have to learn a lot from the other coaches, the other managers, in that aspect", Conte told a press conference about his influence in the transfer market, as quoted by the Guardian.

"I'm this type of coach".

"I have spoken with him, and he's a really good person", Sky Sports News quotes him as saying. In terms of their mentality also...their desire, their will to fight, and all the tactical aspects.

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"We realise it's a hard task when you see the fixtures we have coming up, hence why I say it will probably define our season", said Chelsea captain Gary Cahill.

"I think I'm a bit of a disaster to convince the club to buy the players [laughs]. At the same time, you can trust in a coach and his work and continue with him even if you don't win, and try and build something important".

The 48-year-old's future has been the subject of intense speculation in recent months.

Antonio Conte has revealed that he has a "great admiration" for Luis Enrique and can understand why the Spaniard is being linked with the Chelsea job.

"You still have a coach not because of what he does in a season, but because you trust him", Conte said to blame the president. Luis Enrique would reportedly be Chelsea's next coach, even for the Champions League match against Barcelona.

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