As unhappy because the Italian clearly is by using the club’s transfer dealings within the summer time, there is surely no excuse for Chelsea’s performance on Saturday.
But Sean Dyche has shown again that he’s a far more than capable coach for that Premier League. The greatest threat for Burnley is the fact that a larger club is available in and poaches him.
Gary Cahill, overtaking club captaincy responsibilities from John Terry, was ignored in early stages at Stamford Bridge after a harmful lunge on Steven Defour and things got worse after that.
Chelsea’s begin to their title defence couldn’t go much worse because they slumped for an embarrassing defeat by relegation candidates Burnley around the opening weekend from the Premier League season.
The Blues looked unhappy and disjointed as Sean Dyche’s men – among the favourites for relegation this year – tore them apart.
Listed here are five things we learned at Stamford Bridge…
He scored Chelsea’s to begin the mid-day after an hour or so, drifting in to the box to satisfy Willian’s perfectly weighted mix and it was then narrowly offside if this made an appearance he’d netted another.
Vokes then put into Antonio Conte’s misery before half-time together with his second and Burnley’s third.