Antonio Conte allowing himself to relax a little

Ruben Hill
May 13, 2017

In his first season in the English Premier League, the Italian Coach is on the verge of leading the Blues to the title.

"Everyone went out and enjoyed themselves and there was a little bit of pressure off, although that can sometimes be bad when you relax and don't do the right things".

"Over the last two seasons, teams who have not big possession have won the league", Wenger said.

'But then we bounced back as a team very hard and we played very well. Also we must know that to play West Brome is not easy.

"It was a big step forward to win against a side fighting for their lives". I must be honest, and I must be pleased for the performance, the commitment, the desire and the will of my players on the pitch.

Matic scored the third goal in the match, and this was also a special moment for him.

"Antonio! Antonio!" was the chant from the Stamford Bridge faithful throughout the win against Boro on Monday and he turned to the fans during the game and applauded every stand.

After the match, the Spaniard said that he was advised to leave Chelsea after struggling to establish himself under manager Antonio Conte but that he made a decision to stay and prove he could meet the manager's demands.

To the Bridge faithful, Mourinho's "not special any more" now he's pitched up at Manchester United but their embrace for coach Antonio Conte will be suffocating if he guides the Blues to a title-clinching victory at West Bromwich Albion on Friday.

He is all business, but he's classy too.

Meanwhile, the ending of this game, meant that Middlesbrough is going to be relegated to the Championship because they lost all chances for survival in the Premier League with this defeat.

"We have no official ticket-selling partner, and it is an offense for any home end tickets to be sold on".

Asked what he had said to his players following the Middlesbrough win, Conte replied: "The message was now we need to take another step".

"I have to say thanks to the club, players and staff to work very hard to change this".

"This situation happens only in England". "I didn't see what I was wanting to see".

Conte has naturally dismissed the speculation and insists he will see out the remaining two years of his contract in the Premier League.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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