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'Conte could walk at Chelsea' - Sutton sees trouble brewing at Stamford Bridge

12 August 2017

Chelsea start the defence of their Premier League crown at home to one of last season's worst away performers, so no one will be in the least bit surprised to find the Blues trading at a very short price to record a victory. "I do believe Morata will be big for Chelsea", He told Jake Humphrey on BT Sport when quizzed on the "signing of the summer". I hope and I want to see the real Chelsea tomorrow because I think that now the season is starting and we must be ready.

"I don't think I need to adapt to the Premier League, but to my new coach". There's that many games on TV now you can watch and see and you kind of know what each player and each striker is like.

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Last season I just wanted to play well in the Premier League and maybe this season I want to kick-on and improve up to that standard.

British media reported that the text was not appreciated because it weakened Chelsea's bargaining position after it was made public, but Conte denied there being tension between himself and Roman Abramovich, the club's owner.

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"They've been very successful over the past 10 to 15 years, so I think you have to have faith in that". The transfer market is not finished.

The Arsenal manager suggested Conte could bring back some of the host of players who have been loaned out if he wants a bigger squad. Hopefully he'll get a chance and take it this season.

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"It's simple. I think I'm the coach of this team". And unless there's a remarkable kiss and make up between Conte and Diego Costa then last season's leading goalscorer won't be on the pitch either. "Because to finish with 93 points, to finish with 30 wins, it won't be easy". Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez returns to the Premier League after spells in Spain and Germany. I feel I've put up a strong case for my two recommended bets but they could easily go the other way, and that's also true of my final wager. Another great thing if you are thinking about getting into soccer is go play some! I believe Over 2.5 Goals is slightly over-priced at the Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon. The fact Conte also signed improved terms on his existing deal also laid to rest any simmering disquiet over the Italian's future.

"It is the price that must be paid for such a large transfer".

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'Conte could walk at Chelsea' - Sutton sees trouble brewing at Stamford Bridge