Date: 19th August 2017 at 11:45pm
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After all the negativity that has surrounded Antonio Conte in recent weeks, it’s good to see a change in mood from the Italian. He’s looking a bit more relaxed and is talking more positively.

His latest interaction with the press has appeared in The Evening Standard. Conte has been speaking about his future. As the article by Simon Johnson says Roman Abramovich has hired 10 managers in 14 years. Conte is keen to break that cycle,

“I want to break this bad record. I must be positive. When you start a job with a new club, I hope to stay in this club for many years. It means you have the possibility to work with the same players, to improve these players and years by years.”


Such is Conte’s positivity that he also considering still being in charge when Chelsea move into their new stadium in around 2022, that`s some positive thinking,

“Honestly, the new stadium will be great, but I love a lot Stamford Bridge, also to play in the stadium. I feel Stamford Bridge is like my house.’


Chelsea`s longest serving manager during the Russian’s reign at Stamford Bridge is Jose Mourinho, who, as the article states, survived just over three years at the helm. Good luck with that Antonio

 

4 Replies to “Conte’s Taking Lessons In Positivity”

  • It’s good that he is optimistic. He can carry the share that I’m lacking. I don’t trust our club hierarchy to do the right thing. Ever.

  • Solid’s saying what I’m thinking.Coaches are short term remedy for the club’s long term sickness

  • Solid’s saying what I’m thinking.Coaches are short term remedy for the club’s long term sickness

  • Its a shame what we are going tru as a club which could have been avoided.The club hierachy act clueless most times by giving that impression that they aint capable.Chelsea is a big club for Gods sake,i think we need to look inwards the more find players like terry,kane et’al.For the long term.

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