Eden Hazard Targeted by Manchester United with Ugly Tactics, Claims Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte has blamed Manchester United for targeting Eden Hazard with excessive physical force in the recent FA Cup game between the two teams.


United visit to Stamford Bridge hoping to get revenge for the 4-0 defeat suffered earlier in the season. Back then, Jose Mourinho used his familiar system against the 3-4-3 of Chelsea. It proved to be highly ineffective with his team kept apart over the course of 90 minutes. In the FA Cup game, however, the team improved drastically, although they could not prevent a 1-0 loss. United were reduced to 10 men after two yellow cards for midfielder Ander Herrera.

CONTE TO GET NEW DEAL

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is set to get a new deal from the club after an impressive debut season.


The former Italian national team coach is poised to lead the Blues to yet another Premier League title at the end of this term. They sit ten points clear at the top of the log, with barely 11 games to go.

Antonio Conte Refuses to Comment on John Terry’s Future

Antonio Conte raised speculation that captain John Terry could be leaving the club at the end of the season.


He refused to do give any concrete ideas that the 35-year-old will stay at the club beyond this campaign. Terry’s contract runs out at the end of the season and he has not been offered a new deal just yet. It was rumoured that he would leave the club even as early as last summer, but Antonio Conte is believed to have been keen on keeping the player in order to provide some continue to in the dressing room after a managerial change.

Antonio Conte feels that his team has 1 hand on the League title

The 2017-18 season of the Premier League is not turning out as exciting as it was initially expected to be.


Before the current season had kicked off, people were beginning to get enthusiastic as it was confirmed that a number of highly-rated managers were going to take charge of top clubs in the Premier League.

Antonio Conte a Natural Leader, Says Ryan Giggs

Former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs is not surprised that Antonio Conte has managed to transform Chelsea from the bottom-up.


Conte was a highly influential midfielder at Juventus, and Giggs was one of the players who was present during the era when he dominated the Italian Serie A. Giggs now says that Conte was always a leader and that it is not surprising that he has entered into management and been successful. Conte is widely known for his managerial spells with Juventus and Italy. He took Juventus from the second division of Italian football into champions on four consecutive seasons.

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