The Brazilian defender admitted Chelsea manager Mourinho will be well within his rights to make wholesale changes after Tuesday’s 1-0 loss. Chelsea host Southampton in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday and Azpilicueta rejected the suggestion players will have any cause for frustration if overlooked. He said: “The manager decides about that (team selection). “Sometimes he makes changes, sometimes more, sometimes less, it depends on how he sees us and the way we have performed. “He is the manager and will try to do the best for our team.” Azpilicueta also refused to accept that fatigue played a part in Chelsea’s Champions League loss in Switzerland. “We are a little bit tired, but that’s normal,” he said. “You can’t always play 100 per cent. I feel okay, I finished the game well without any problems. “It’s normal when you play every three days that the players feel a little bit more tired. “The most important thing is the mental approach, to forget the tiredness of the body.” Chelsea’s stars can have no complaints if Jose Mourinho wields the axe after lacklustre defeat in Basle, according to Cesar Azpilicueta. Press Association
Jay Hill made the rounds today, announcing new federal funding for a couple of local projects. In Dawson Creek, The Prince George / Peace River MP said the federal government will contribute 376 thousand dollars to the Youth Outlook 360 and Resource Centre Society, which was previously known as the Parkhill Community school and resource centre. The organization will reportedly provide help to 40 at-risk youth, giving them employment skills and training. – Advertisement – Hill was then joined by Peace River South MLA Blair Lekstrom, to announce 2.3 million dollars for road paving in Taylor. The project will see a number of Taylor’s gravel roads upgraded to basic paved municipal standards, with asphalt surfaces and sidewalks. The governments of Canada and British Columbia will each invest almost 1.2 million in the project, with the District of Taylor to cover the rest.Advertisement And finally, Jay Hill announced nearly 175 thousand dollars from the federal and provincial governments to reinforce a section of Pouce Coupe’s sewage treatment lagoon.