Defender Gary Cahill says Chelsea can put their poor domestic form behind them by beating Juventus in Turin on Tuesday.
The Blues are on an underwhelming run in the Premier League and some of the squad were involved in a heated discussion following a 2-1 defeat at West Brom – a loss that leaves them with two points from a possible twelve.
But defender Gary Cahill would rather things weren’t bottled up.
“Sometimes things need to be said and I think it’s great to have that reaction. I’d be worried if people were just getting in a shower and getting ready to get on a bus,” he said.
“What happens in a changing room stays there but it’s definitely a positive reaction when lads are that hurt and upset after they’ve lost a game of football.”
“Losing games isn’t acceptable here and people are upset when we do. Sometimes things need to be said,” Cahill said.
“Being a part of a club like Chelsea, you’re expected to perform and expected to go out and get results.
“When you lose games it does knock confidence but we have strong characters and it’s important not to dwell on it too much.
“All the lads are aware of what we have to do tomorrow and hopefully we’ll be well prepared to go and do it.”