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Chelsea News: Antonio Conte to let Steve Holland leave for England

Chelsea News: Antonio Conte to let Steve Holland leave for England
Chelsea News: Antonio Conte to let Steve Holland leave for England
Steve Holland will be allowed to leave Chelsea to become England assistant managerThat's according to the Evening Standard who suggest Gareth Southgate is keen to recruit the coach if he lands the manager's job on a full-time basis.The duo have a close working relationship as they have been involved with England's Under-21 setup since 2013.Holland has been a Chelsea assistant manager for the last five years and has been combining a role with the Three Lions senior squad since Southgate was put in temporary charge.
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Chelsea News: Antonio Conte hailed for reaction to Arsenal hammering

Chelsea News: Antonio Conte hailed for reaction to Arsenal hammering
Chelsea News: Antonio Conte hailed for reaction to Arsenal hammering
ANTONIO CONTE will lead Chelsea to Champions League football next season at the very least.GETTY Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been hailed by former defender Michael DuberryThat's according to former Blues defender Michael Duberry who believes the Italian's switch to a 3-4-3 formation has been a masterstroke.Chelsea have won their last five in the Premier League without conceding a goal, helping them to second place, a point behind Liverpool.
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Chelsea News: Robbie Savage speaks out on Antonio Conte title tilt

Chelsea News: Robbie Savage speaks out on Antonio Conte title tilt
Chelsea News: Robbie Savage speaks out on Antonio Conte title tilt
CHELSEA should not a settle for a place in the top four this season.GETTY Chelsea boss Antonio Conte should be aiming for the Premier League title, says Robbie SavageThat's according to Robbie Savage who believes fans should demand a Premier League title challenge from their side.Responding to a question on Twitter, the former Leicester man feels the supporters shouldn't settle for Champions League football next year.
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