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Betting Site: Costa wants to prove himself with the Blues
By Andrew Scott Wednesday, 13 August 2014 03:32
Betting sites and pay per head agents learned that Diego Costa wants to pay back Chelsea’s fans after his role in the Blues’ elimination last season from the UEFA Champions League.
Pay per head agents remember that last month, Diego Simeone’s side signed a 25-year-old Costa on a five-year contract from Atletico Madrid, and many bookmakers believe that the club made a very good move in signing the player.
Last term, the Spain international who is very famous with pay per head agents was the top scorer for the Blues, and bookmakers were very impressed to see that at Stamford Bridge, the player’s penalty in the second-leg of their Champions League semi-final tie helped Atletico win on aggregate 3-1.
Having achieved plenty of success with Atletico, Costa and pay per head agents know that player has to perform very well for his new side, something that many fans and betting sites would like to see happen.
“Now I can say I’m really sorry for the part I played in the game we won at Stamford Bridge,” Costa said.
“I remember the atmosphere and the passion of the supporters. They stayed right until the end, getting behind their team, even though it was unlikely they could win after we scored two quick goals. I liked that.
“I hope my actions on the pitch and my feet will do the talking. All I can say is I love playing hard and fairly. I want to improve, not only as a player but as an individual, and I believe this is the perfect place for me to do that.
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“Joining was an easy decision for me. We have some of the best players in the world, the best manager in the world and it’s a club with great history. That’s the reason I chose Chelsea and why I want to defend this shirt.”
Bookmakers will see how Costa performs for Atletico, and pay per head agents believe that he will prove to be a key asset for the club.