Conte said he had been scared by the events, after Chelsea’s chartered plane encountered stormy conditions at Gatwick airport.
Chelsea football team escapes plane crash
Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, has talked about the alarming” flight they persevered from Azerbaijan on Thursday morning after Qarabag game.
Their plane was compelled to make two endeavors at landing as a result of awful climate.
The Italian, who has already been critical of the scheduling that saw his team make a 6,000 mile round trip to Baku 48 hours before facing Liverpool in the Premier League, said his players finally landed at 6am.
“It was a lot of wind and we tried to land the first time but it was impossible.
“Then the captain tried again and the second time it was positive. As you know in these circumstances you feel a bit afraid, you are a bit scared, but the captain was very good.
“It was a problem to land. I think that to get to your house at 6am is not simple. It’s not simple then to rest and recover for only one day and to prepare for a big game.
“It’s not right, I must be honest. But we have to do it and today we had a good training session and we tried to prepare the game very well,” he said.