Antonio Conte Insists He Is Committed to Chelsea as Firing Rumors Circulate

Florence Fletcher
February 10, 2018

One UK newspaper reported Conte would be sacked if his side followed a 3-0 humiliation at home to Bournemouth in the Premier League on Wednesday with another loss to Watford.

The Italian has come under fire after Chelsea dropped their second consecutive game with an embarrassing 4-1 defeat to Watford on Monday.

"We struggle to find the solution and to solve the pain in his back". This year we have less time to be ready for the games.

Conte and Chiellini/ Zimbio.comThe 33-year-old Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini revealed that his former boss and head coach Antonio Conte (who is now the current coach of Chelsea FC) usually leaves his players dead after training sessions at Juventus.

"Every day and every press conference I am asked, but no".

"Players like Morata, for us that are very important, have been missing for a long time".

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"I don't know how long he will be out and for this reason I'm a bit anxious".

Fabbricini said he would respect Conte's contractual situation at Stamford Bridge, with his comments coming after vice-commissioner Alessandro Costacurta appeared to rule out the possibility of Conte returning.

If it's so, his fiercest defenders must be tempted to say, "Who can blame him?" "You never know what's going to happen, especially in England". "My commitment and the commitment of my players is totally for this club", the defiant Chelsea boss is quoted as saying by BBC Sport ahead of Monday's clash with bottom club West Brom.

"We still have both the FA Cup and the Champions and in the end, our season can still have a good ending".

So Conte wasn't happy that the club didn't sign Alexis Sanchez, VVD, Bonucci and Alex Sandro - players that would have certainly strengthened their core. Performance-wise, I didn't recognise us or myself. We didn't concede many goals in the past when Christensen played.

However, with no side having retained the Premier League since 2009, Hazard believes it is the unpredictability of England's top flight that makes it so attractive to players and fans around the world.

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