Last term, the 22-year-old made Antonio Conte's starting line-up in 34 of his 40 appearances in all competitions, so it's no wonder he feels slightly hard done by. I have been doing yoga since I came to Chelsea.
'If you asked every player that's not playing if they're happy, they're going to say no, ' he said.
Silva said: "Bernard? I didn't see, but you think Bernard with his size can do something?"
"I guess when I am on the floor I can win free kicks so every free kick with Chelsea is a chance to score more goals".
Eden Hazard has "always enjoyed" his time at Chelsea and is "happy at to play at the moment" as transfer talk continues to rage around him.
Chelsea legend Michael Ballack believes that the Europa League will not be a priority for Maurizio Sarri this season.
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Hazard has been one of the outstanding players in the division so far this season and is a nightmare for any defender to try stop in full flow one-on-one.
When December finishes, Chelsea then play Southampton on 2nd January, and Sarri will be hoping his squad can emerge in good shape for the second half of the season.
Back in August, Richarlison picked up a three-match ban for a red card he picked up in a game away from home at Bournemouth.
The former Leeds and Manchester United man has appeared in a string of films since his retirement from the game.
That was one of several flash-points in a bruising clash that saw Chelsea's Jorginho booked for crunching into Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Perhaps the best of them is the Ken Loach-directed Looking for Eric, in which he play a version of himself that comes alive from poster on a wall to help a fan in need.
Jordan's performance is good news for England and good news for us.
"Not in the last three matches because, as I said to my players, in the last three matches we created few goal opportunities in relation to how much we played".