Chelsea's Conte says Man City could dominate for years
Antonio Conte says Manchester City could dominate English football for years after Pep Guardiola's side dethroned Chelsea as Premier League champions.
Moses survives, nine Chelsea players marked for sale
Chelsea supremo, Roman Abramovich is set to instigate a massive clear-out at the club with as many as nine first team stars set to depart the club in the summer, alongside under-fire manager, Antonio Conte. According to reports from The Telegraph, The Blues, who are currently without a technical director since the departure of Michael…
Pedro halts slide, sends Chelsea into FA Cup semi-finals
Pedro Rodriguez came off the bench to halt Chelsea's slide with an extra-time winner in a 2-1 victory at Leicester on Sunday to reach the FA Cup semi-finals.
Magical Messi will never leave Barcelona, says Conte
Antonio Conte said he believed Lionel Messi will remain at Barcelona for the rest of his playing days after watching the Argentine maestro destroy Chelsea's Champions League hopes.
Kante fit after fainting incident, says Conte
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte said Friday that midfielder N'Golo Kante has trained all week and is showing no ill-effects after passing out briefly in the dressing room last week.
Conte 'not stupid' enough to open up against Man City
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte defended his cautious approach despite his side failing to register a shot on target as they went down 1-0 to Premier League champions-elect Manchester City.
Conte, Mancini and or Di Biagio on Italy coach shortlist
Italy's new coach will be Antonio Conte or Roberto Mancini or Luigi Di Biagio, Italian federation vice-commissioner Alessandro Costacurta said on Wednesday.
Liverpool could be winners from Mourinho-Conte clash
Manchester United and Chelsea cross swords this weekend with all eyes on the dugouts after a war of words between Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte and Liverpool could take advantage.
Chelsea capable of the 'incredible' to spring Barcelona surprise, say Conte
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes the English champions can do "something incredible" by knocking Barcelona out of the Champions League at the Camp Nou on March 14, despite blowing a lead to draw the first leg of their last-16 tie 1-1.