Antonio Conte 'sohappy' by Michy Batshuayi at Chelsea

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has insisted he is 'sohappy' by Michy Batshuayi amid guess the striker can leave the club in January Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has insisted he is 'sohappy' by Michy Batshuayi amid guess the striker can leave the club in JanuaryAntonio Conte has insisted he is "sohappy" by Michy Batshuayi amid guess the striker can leave Chelsea in January. The Italian too failed to deny reports Chelsea are interested in signing West Ham striker Andy Carroll this 30 days. Chelsea versus Arsenal Live onHowever, Conte said: "Batshuayi is a young player. however I'm soby his commitment & I'm sohappy by his behaviour during the training sessions. He said: "I am sohappy to work by my players & I'm sohappy by the commitment of my players.


What has gone wrong for Antonio Conte & Chelsea versus Arsenal of late?

LONDON -- Chelsea rightly go into their two-legged Carabao Cup semifinal tie by Arsenal as favourites, however Antonio Conte's record versus the Gunners gives reason for pause. Marcos Alonso came in, Fabregas shifted to the role of influence substitute & Ivanovic never started another first League game. Arsenal two-one Chelsea, probably 2017Confirmed as dominant first League champions, Chelsea approached the FA Cup last as clear favourites, however it was Arsenal who started such as the team by further to evidence at Wembley. Antonio Conte & Chelsea have come up short of late versus rivals Arsenal. Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal, Sept. 2017In recent years, it became a familiar sight to witness Chelsea cementing their superiority over Arsenal by physically dominating them all over the pitch.

What has gone wrong for Antonio Conte and Chelsea against Arsenal of late?

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has no regrets over row by Person Utd coach Jose Mourinho

as informed in Conte has no regrets & 'will not forget' Mourinho row14:44 Share CloseThe Chelsea coach refused to cede ground in his on-going row by his Manchester United counterpart, insisting he has no regrets over the commentsChelsea head coach Antonio Conte has no regrets over his escalating feud by Jose Mourinho. Conte has become embroiled in a war of words by his Manchester United counterpart over the past 7 days after Mourinho made reference to unnamed coaches behaving such as "clowns on the touchline". The 48-year-old was subsequently cleared of any wrongdoing & branded Mourinho a "tiny Person" after Chelsea's 0-0 FA Cup draw versus Norwich City on Saturday. "[Mourinho] said serious words & used serious words. Chelsea win United one-0 at Stamford Bridge in November & travel to Old Trafford for the reverse first League fixture on February 25.




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