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'Ain't Going Nowhere' - Conte Dismisses Exit Rumours Amid Chelsea's Double Dream

'Ain't Going Nowhere' - Conte Dismisses Exit Rumours Amid Chelsea's Double Dream

Asked if he could give a 100 per cent guarantee that he will be at Chelsea next season, Conte said: 'Yes, I can.

Manchester United, now managed by former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, were thrashed 4-0 at Stamford Bridge in October and two weeks later there was a thrilling 5-0 evisceration of Everton.

"Now they know my idea, I know them, the characteristics of my players".

The double could follow later this month if Chelsea can beat Arsenal in the FA Cup final on May 27. "It is a great season but now we can win the FA Cup", he said.

"Conte deserves the credit for what he has done, it's never easy to win a new league".

The former Juventus manager is also keen on bringing in an additional wide player and has been linked with Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez, as well as Eden Hazard's worldwide teammate Dries Mertens, who has enjoyed a prolific season with Napoli.

It was like is all over for Chelsea in the premier league and they would not finish in top 4 let alone winning the title.

Conte enjoyed the on-pitch celebrations with the Chelsea supporters.

"We will also co-operate fully with police to help identify anyone clearly guilty of disorder offences during the disturbance". But they worked very hard and, today, Michy is a great example.

The Italian was injured in the celebrations and he said: "In those moments anything can happen".

"We're disappointed we didn't get something out of the last (home) game of the season and it would have been deserved if we had done that". "This is a dream that has come true. For sure this is a dream". Lukaku has been linked with a return to Chelsea this summer.

Batshuayi was derided at times and had little opportunity, but Conte insisted he trusted the striker to have an impact.

Terry was an unused substitute at West Brom and has not started in the Premier League since the September 11 draw with Swansea.

The Sunday Telegraph says the Italian coach will be handed a war chest of £200m ($258m) to upgrade his squad in preparation for Champions League football next season.

Away at Hull in the next game, Conte tried out a new formation so successful that it led to a record-equalling run of 13 consecutive victories and, quite naturally after such resounding confirmation of a tactical rethink, Chelsea never felt the need to change or look back since.

He has surpassed the expectations of even owner Roman Abramovich, who offered his congratulations via technical director Michael Emenalo.

The post Losing To Arsenal Changed Everything - Antonio Conte appeared first on 360Nobs.com. System changed "And in that moment it was frustrating for me and I found the strength to change, to take responsibility, to change system and find a new suit for these players".


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