Chelsea boss Antonio Conte expresses anger with exit reports
- Author: Jill Young Oct 28, 2017,
Oct 28, 2017, 1:04
Regarding the reports involving Holland, Conte said: "A lot of b*******". They try to create problems between me and the club.
Speculation has linked the board with a move for Carlo Ancelloti to replace Conte, but Chelsea's indignant boss has accused his critics of showing a "lack of respect".
"I knew I could risk something by playing him, but I think it was very positive for him to start the game and to know that now I can count on him for part of the next games". "If I see the past, it happened the same with a lot of managers".
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"I can accept that they write the club is ready to sack me, and accept stories with the players, but to use another person in this way is not correct. If I decide to play with three midfielders, it's very important".
There were also rumours that the Chelsea players have been contact former Blues assistant manager Holland to complain about Conte's tough regime and the Italian is deeply unhappy with the media claims.
"And then this person has to send me a message and say "it's not true".
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He said: "Bournemouth are a good team".
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.
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