Victor Moses talks about Conte’s ban of Sauces and Pizzas from canteen, his working style, Premier League and a lot more

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Take out the obvious defensive frailties and Chelsea have been absolutely fantastic going forward this season.

While the trio of Eden Hazard, Diego Costa and Willian have been dangerous, even the backups, including Michy Batsuayi, Fabregas and most surprisingly Victor Moses have been brilliant on the attack.

I say “most surprisingly” because, even though, Moses has been our best player in the pre-seasons over the years, the opportunities have been hard to come by for the Nigerian and almost everyone had given up the hope on him until Conte’s arrival at the Bridge.

Victor Moses, on his part, has repaid the faith shown in him by the Italian manager, not only on the football field, but also in the media. Here’s the 25-year-old singing songs of praise for Conte:

Find out what Moses said on next page.

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