Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has reflected on his time managing the Blues. He seems quite content with what he managed to achieve. Conte was appointed as manager of the West London giants ahead of the 2016-17 season. During his first season in charge of the club, he impressed as he managed to guide them in fantastic fashion to the Premier League title.
Maurizio Sarri has revealed he expected Chelsea to go on a bad string of results after an impressive start while adding it was “impossible to work” in his first season at the west London club.
The ongoing legal dispute between former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and the west London club may finally come to a resolution as a Premier League arbitration tribunal begins on Thursday.
Chelsea will pay out to former manager Antonio Conte, should the Italian join Juventus. Conte was sacked as Blues manager last summer after failing to secure Champions League football last season and losing the trust of players within the dressing room.
Eden Hazard has expressed his happiness at playing in a central attacking role for Chelsea under Maurizio Sarri.
Since arriving from Fiorentina in August 2016, Marcos Alonso has been running riot across Chelsea’s left flank. Under Antonio Conte, the Blues played a disciplined type of football yet the Spaniard, who assumed a wing-back role, has always found a way to bomb forward and contribute on the offensive phase, an approach that saw him amass six goals and three assists on the way to the Blues’ title march in 2016-2017.
Diego Costa has claimed his transfer to Chelsea was a mistake while also taking another swipe at former head coach Antonio Conte.
Blues head coach Maurizio Sarri has revealed he only found out about his departure from Napoli after switching on the television.
Alvaro Morata plans to establish himself as the focal point of the Chelsea attack, with the Spanish striker insisting he never considered the prospect of leaving the club.
In a bid to create a better atmosphere at Chelsea, head coach Maurizio Sarri has made two rule changes at the club regarding players’ diet and match-day preparations.
Antonio Conte has been sacked as manager of Chelsea after two full seasons in charge of the West London club. It is certainly not a surprise and was perhaps expected by most after the Blues finished in fifth position in the Premier League standings and outside of the Champions League qualification places last season.
With Maurizio Sarri set to take the managerial reins at Chelsea, the long-awaited departure of Antonio Conte has finally happened. The 48-year-old leaves in acrimonious circumstances, but how exactly will he be remembered at the club?
Chelsea are angry at manager Antonio Conte for costing them a heavy sum of money over the sale of Diego Costa during the January transfer window, according to reports.
It is a season that Chelsea will want to forget in a hurry, as they saw their defence of the Premier League title fail to lift off from the beginning, whilst a number of problems continue to swirl around Stamford Bridge heading into next year’s campaign.
After winning his third consecutive Champions League winners’ medal, Zinedine Zidane shocked the footballing world by resigning just five days after Los Blancos’ 3-1 victory over Liverpool in Kiev. Arsene Wenger and Mauricio Pochettino were the original front-runners but with both managers ruling themselves out, the Spanish giants turned to Antonio Conte.
Despite picking up the Players’ Player of the Season accolade at the end of season awards at Stamford Bridge, last season wasn’t Willian’s best since his arrival in London. After spending a lot more time on the bench than he would’ve expected, the Brazilian has admitted it was ‘difficult‘ as it was something he hasn’t had to get used to.
Chelsea really do not know what they are doing this summer, do they? The Blues are coming off the back of one of their worst seasons since Roman Abramovich bought the club, but things could be getting a whole lot worse for the club.
Manchester United legend Gary Neville has admitted that he is not surprised that Antonio Conte’s spell in charge of Chelsea appears to be coming to an end.
Ever since Chelsea got their hands on the Premier League title at the end of the 2016/17 season, there has been talk about Antonio Conte losing his job as Blues manager. Despite their FA Cup triumph last week, a fifth-place finish in the league is expected to be enough for the board to sack the Italian.
It’s been a season for Chelsea that can only be described as underwhelming and as is the way with modern football, a below-par campaign often results in the manager losing his job. That’s the harsh truth for Antonio Conte despite his fantastic influence over last season’s Premier League title-winning side.
Antonio Conte is not expected to see the summer through as Chelsea boss following the end to their devastating season and the media have been speculating in their droves about who could be the potential successor to try to rectify the problems they have had.
A substandard Premier League season has ended in the worst possible way for Chelsea as they confirmed their place in the Europa League next term with a truly awful 3-0 loss against Newcastle.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has sought to rationalise the defending champions’ poor season as he prepares his team for a final attempt at claiming a top-four finish. The Blues travel to St. James’ Park to face Newcastle United on Sunday before bringing down the curtain on 2017 /18 with the FA Cup final vs Man United next weekend.
Italian football legend Andrea Pirlo has said that he could one day become a football manager, thanks to the influence of current Chelsea manager Antonio Conte.
Chelsea managed to keep up the pressure on Liverpool and Tottenham in their unlikely race for a top-four finish with a win over Swansea on Saturday afternoon. However, it was an extremely narrow victory as Cesc Fabregas’ sweet strike in the third minute separated the sides.