Furious Conte lambasts reports of Chelsea unrest

Furious Conte lambasts reports of Chelsea unrest

Furious Conte lambasts reports of Chelsea unrest

"Stamford Bridge holds special memories for them and us after the win there in our first season in the Premier League".

Antonio Conte has angrily hit back at reports over his future at Chelsea by describing them as "bull****".

Conte, who played for Juventus under Ancelotti, a Chelsea League and FA Cup victor in 2010, used an expletive in relation to the same reports. To create problems between me and the players.

"I'm very happy. Tonight he didn't score, but he played very well".

"It's not good that this person has to send me a message to tell me "I'm sorry but this is not true, I'm sorry, if you want me to do an interview I'm ready".

Conte said in a press conference: "Undoubtedly there is a lot of bulls**t".

Chelsea will hope to build on victory over Watford last time out as they continue their Premier League title defence with a trip to Bournemouth. I can accept writing that the club is ready to sack me.

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"Why put another person in this bull****?"

"I hate this type of situation".

"If I see in the past it also happened with other managers, a lot of bulls**t".

One report claimed that Chelsea players have contacted Steve Holland, Conte's former No. 2 who is now assistant manager to England boss Gareth Southgate, to express dissatisfaction with the Italian's demands in training.

Eden Hazard has taken to social media to reveal a new friendship ahead of Chelsea's clash with Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

Reigning champions Chelsea have made an inconsistent start to the current campaign and presently stand nine points adrift of early pacesetters Manchester City after nine games. And then with N'Golo [Kante] and also with [Victor] Moses. "Sometimes if I decide to play with two strikers, maybe I don't know, but it's important to know I can count on him", the manager added.

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