Valencia boycott ahead of Chelsea Champions League tie could lead to disciplinary action

Following no participant attended the pre-match press conference ahead of their Champions League tie against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge valencia could face disciplinary action from UEFA.
The players refused to attend to the pre-match press conference sacking of hot manager Marcelino, who led them into Champions League qualification and Copa del Rey success last year.
New boss Albert Celades took media conference duties on Monday evening, however he insisted that regardless of what the feelings are inside the camp will be motivated to overcome Chelsea.
He explained:“Obviously it’s not an ideal situation but it’s the players‘ decision, actually. I really don’t have much more to say about that. There is.
„I speak to the players daily. They took this decision but there is always dialogue. The response I have had has been great and I’m sure it’ll continue to improve.
„The spirit is very excellent. [Tuesday] will be the beginning of the club competition in Europe and that is considerable motivation for the players.
„They need to perform , taste the air and be in the starting XI. Nobody wants to miss out and this, for me, is the most significant thing.“
Their opponents beat Wolves 5-2 on Saturday as well as ironically, Valencia were beaten by the exact identical scoreline at Celades‘ first match in charge from Barcelona at the weekend.
Now his side face a tough test against Frank Lampard’s side on Tuesday, along with the Spaniard was free of their Premier League side before this game.
He added:“They’re a excellent side with some amazing players.
„It is going to be a significant challenge but a fascinating one also. We’re certain they can cause us lots of problems.
„We are going to get ready for the match in the very easiest manner possible and attempt to get a result.“

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