Chelsea stopper insists the Blues can turn poor form around

09:39 22 February 2012

Petr Cech

Petr Cech

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The Blues have been beaten 3-1 by Aston Villa at home and thrown a three goal lead away to Manchester United in the last few weeks

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech insists that his side can turn their form around after their 3-1 defeat in the Champions League to Napoli.

The Blues have won four of their last 14 and have been beaten 3-1 by Aston Villa at home, thrown a three goal lead away to Manchester United at Stamford Bridge and were held 1-1 by Championship side Birmingham in the FA Cup.

“We always say that (we have unity in the squad). We keep working hard on the training ground, but unfortunately we don’t seem to transform that on the pitch.

“We hope that we still have talented and quality players in the team and it will turn around.

“Sooner, of course, would be better, because now we don’t have time to recover because there are a lot of games coming up and we are not in a position where we can afford to drop many points in the league.”

The Blues have the chance to get back on track against relegation-threatened Bolton on Saturday.

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