While the focus will be on Chelsea’s current players when they play Slavia Prague in Euro Vase tonight, it is assorted Stamford Bridge alumni who have come under the spotlight in the build-up to the game. Take Diego Costa, for example. No, take him. With the possible exception of those times he stamped on Emre Can, repeatedly slapped Laurent Koscielny, wiped his feet on Martin Skrtel’s chest, appeared to gob in the direction of referee Michael Oliver, played a central role in a mass brawl against Tottenham, flattened Adrián with a late challenge and fell out with Antonio Conte over a text message, the Spain international spent a tranquil, uneventful and largely successful few years at Chelsea, but appears to have developed something of an irritable streak since re-signing for Atlético Madrid.
Source: Football News
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