London bombs ahead of Chelsea vs Arsenal, Conte is reluctantly affected

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has sympathized with the bomb blast at the Parsons Green train station in west London, wounding dozens of people on Friday (15/09/2017) morning local time. He asserted, acts of terror in the British capital is not afraid to continue the activity Situs Judi.

The bomb blasts two days later from the London derby between Chelsea and Arsenal on Sunday (17/09/2017) at Stamford Bridge. Conte felt the incident was similar to the situation he faced when menukangi Italian national team.

“This situation is very dangerous and your mind is pouring into it, but we must try to think only for the game,” Conte said as quoted by the Chelsea club’s official website.

Parsons Green rail station is less than 1 mile from the Blues pens. If using a private vehicle, the travel time is only about seven minutes.

The 48-year-old coach remembers the bombing incident ahead of the 2016 European Cup. The Belgian capital Brussels was terrorized twice during the year and one of them killed more than 30 people.

“I remember when I was coach of the national team and there was a terrorist attack we settled with the national team and played against Belgium,” Conte said.

“In this case we need to keep rising.There’s a big disappointment and it’s hard to accept, but we have to go on and show that we are stronger than they are,” he said.

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