ANTONIO CONTE has warned Roman Abramovich he could walk out of Chelsea and straight into another job if he gets the sack this summer. Boss Conte is enjoying a turnaround in fortunes with two thumping wins in the Premier League and FA Cup, plus last night’s spirited 1-1 draw against Barcelona in the Champions League. The Italian has just less than a year-and-a-half left on his £9million-per-year contract with the Premier League champions and insists he wants to see it through.
Blues boss insists he is happy to see out his contract at Stamford Bridge but doubts remain over his long-term future and he has made it clear his bags are easily packed if Roman Abramovich decides to axe him this summerANTONIO CONTE has warned Roman Abramovich he could walk out of Chelsea and straight into another job if he gets the sack this summer.
CHELSEA fans sing a song about winger Willian and his supposed hatred of Tottenham. But just why the supersonic Brazilian seems to love Chelsea so much only he really knows. The bit-part player’s stunning goal against Barcelona on Tuesday was the third time that night he had sent the Spanish giants into spasms of sheer terror, having earlier hit both posts. His pace, energy and quick feet made him the people’s choice for man of the match as he upstaged Eden Hazard and Lionel Messi.
@kjhardwell Without having the stats to hand I reckon Willian starts more games on the bench than EH. I agree he hasn’t done as well this year tho. people think W should start every week but he has had some off days. Chelsea squad much better next year when RB, DD, OG have settled in.
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