Antonio Conte: I'm upset with Gianluca Vialli but he's wrong

  • Antonio Conte: I'm upset with Gianluca Vialli but he's wrong

Antonio Conte: I'm upset with Gianluca Vialli but he's wrong

The Premier League champions have been abysmal since the turn of the year, winning just five out of 19 games. There is fatigue, you have to show the desire to fight.

Let's move on from one good news to another, depending where your stance is, on Conte's job as Chelsea's head coach.

Antonio Conte has passionately and angrily dismissed comments from his compatriot Gianluca Vialli that he is desperate to leave Chelsea, insisting instead that he plans to be at Stamford Bridge at the start of next season.

"With Gianluca, we played together for many years at Juventus, he was my captain, we won the Champions League together and I consider him a friend", he added. It is not true. I listen to a lot of people talking about my future.

"When I go to my house, it is not that I am relaxed but I know that I gave everything and I am giving everything for this club - 120 percent, every day".

"It's a lack of respect for the fans and the club, both on the manager's part, because he's already packed his bags, but also from the players", Leboeuf said. I have a contract for this club. "The other situations are not true".

Ahead of that game, Conte spoke about his own meetings with Wilkins and what his loss means to the club.

That being said, judging by Chelsea's upcoming fixtures clawing their way back into the top four is going to be hard, but not impossible, hence; Antonio Conte must rally his troops the same way he did after his side's iconic defeat to Arsenal last season in a bid to get Chelsea back into the top four.

The game against Liverpool could be very crucial because whilst Tottenham now occupy fourth place with 64 points, Liverpool sit third on the league standings with 66 points having played one more game than Chelsea and Spurs.

As painful as this news is, we must focus, we must fight, we must beat West Ham and continue trying to salvage as much we can from this season because that's football: ruthless and unforgiving.