Published: Mon, February 12, 2018
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Antonio Conte warns Chelsea sacking him would be a 'stupid' decision

Antonio Conte warns Chelsea sacking him would be a 'stupid' decision

My players are not used to it, but they are getting used to these rumours and speculation.

Chelsea have had two games every week since mid-November and the players appeared to tire in January, with injuries starting to hit that included eight hamstring problems.

"Besides, the club backed him in the summer with £58million on Alvaro Morata, who has been hit and miss, and hardly a successful signing".

Conte has also reportedly been at odds with Chelsea's board due to his unhappiness with their transfer policy.

Enrique has been out of work since his dismissal from Barcelona at the end of last season.

"I don't know [how to improve]".

"I don't know [when he'll be back] because he has this problem and we tried a lot to find a solution to solve the pain in his back. Jay is upset about it, he has a good mental capacity to deal with things and hopefully he can concentrate on his football and not worry too much - although it is a worry". After you play a lot of games every three days, it's very hard for every player, especially if you go through in every competition like we have.

Chelsea have lost their last three encounters with the goal difference of three and the pressure is directly on Conte who has requested the club boar to back him in the hard time and help the club get back on track.


The Blues have suffered surprise back-to-back defeats to Watford and Bournemouth, conceding seven goals, and are 22 points behind leaders Manchester City.

Chelsea face matches with West Bromwich Albion and Hull City before a Champions League clash with Barcelona, and Cahill has stressed that the West Londoners must return to winning ways as soon as possible.

He has ruled out changing formation, like he did last season to get his team on their title march with a three-man defence.

"They were very happy to have had three days off, to see me after three days off, yes".

"I think I'm a bit of a disaster to convince the club to buy the players", he told United Kingdom newspapers.

"I repeat: my commitment, like the commitment of my players, is totally for this club".

"I think that, in my opinion, a manager, a coach. you continue to work with a manager or coach not because of what he achieves in one season, but because you trust in him".

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