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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte seemed a bit disappointed on Wednesday night in the Champions League clash between Chelsea and Roma.

His body language seemed to suggest he wasn’t at his best mood and pundit and former midfielder Kieron Dyer thinks Conte may be unhappy due to the lack of depth in Chelsea’s squad compared to title-rivals Manchester United and Manchester City.

“Something is not right with him,” the former Newcastle and West Ham ace said on Sky Sports show, The Debate.

“He’s one of the most animated managers when Chelsea score a goal but today he didn’t bat an eyelid.

“He’s been moaning about the size of the squad.

“Chelsea’s starting eleven are a match for anyone in the Premier League.

“They showed that last season by running away from the league.

“But is this squad as good as Man United’s or Man City’s? I don’t think so.”

Speaking on Chelsea’s transfer happenings, he said: “If Morata gets injured he clearly doesn’t trust his other striker.

“He’s let Matic go.

“Look what Matic and Lukaku have done for Man United.”

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