Jody Morris sends message to troubled Cech who’s still heartbroken for ending his career with a defeat to Chelsea

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Petr Cech might have had a respectable career, but it didn’t end well for the legendary Chelsea goalkeeper.

Cech has revealed he still feels the agony of defeat in last year’s Europa League final, despite now working for the Blues.

 Cech was part of the Arsenal team that lost 4-1 to Chelsea in the Europa League final and it was his last game for the Gunners.

Days after the match, Cech left Arsenal for a return to Chelsea, where he is now a technical director.

Cech wrote on Twitter on Friday: “Year has gone but the pain remains … [email protected] #europaleaguefinal  … last game of the career 29/5/2019.”

Chelsea assistant manager Jody Morris swiftly reminded Cech of his true colours, hinting that he helped Chelsea to the victory.

“Good work double agent Cech,” Morris replied to Cech’s post.

Cech is currently serving as the technical and performance advisor to Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia.

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