Former Chelsea manager Ruud Gullit has pinpointed added pressure, increased demands, a lack of depth and failure to replace key departing players as the reasons behind his old club’s mounting troubles this season. Chelsea cruised to the Premier League title in record breaking fashion in 2016/17 in Antonio Conte’s first season in charge, but things have been much tougher so far in his second campaign. And Gullit believes that the Stamford Bridge club need to do more and rise to the fresh…
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