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Slav glad to see the “cramp” disappearing

bilic-pressureSlaven Bilic has declared that what he calls the early season “cramp” is disappearing fast.
Speaking in his Manager on Monday column on the official site he said referring to the Sunderland game: “The cramp is smaller now because we won. That helps with healing that cramp, as does your position in the table and clean sheets and everything.

“We are coming out of it, and it’s a massive goal for us going into Wednesday’s game against Chelsea. We can’t say that it changes everything, but in the situation that we were – even though we are talking early days – to have six points now and two clean sheets is great.

“Some of the players are in much better shape after their injuries and especially getting a win at the end of the game gives you an unbelievable boost.

“We are going to be less tired on Monday now than if it had been 0-0. They will be smiling and happy and we can’t wait for the game against Chelsea. It’s a good position to be in.

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“We got ourselves in a bad position and we got ourselves out into a better position. We need to build on this and a few more of these before we are completely out.

“We are dreaming about progressing in that cup, so we are going to try to beat Chelsea. We are very ambitious in every competition that we are in – the cup is very interesting for us.”

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