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Conte Looks to the Future but it`s NOT with Chelsea

Conte Looks to the Future but it`s NOT with Chelsea

There`s no doubting that Antonio Conte is a class act.

Just one season in the Premier League and the 48-year-old Italian not only made his mark but propelled Chelsea to the Premier League title, after the club finished tenth the season before.

Conte currently has this season and next season left on his contract and whilst there`s no doubt the Chelsea faithful would like the Italian to nag around for a lot longer, it seems that might not be the case.

Lurking in the pages of the popular tabloid publication, Daily Star, Antonio confesses that a return to Italy is, one day on the cards, remarking,

"Italy is my homeland. I miss it, that is beyond doubt. Once I have had some good experiences, formative experiences, important and life-changing experiences, I`ll be back.

"I don`t know when but that`s the aim."

Continuing, Antonio adds a few words about how he sees his future, further remarking,

"It`s always difficult to predict the future.

"Us managers have the most precarious job of all.

"Today you`re working, tomorrow you`re out.

"I want to succeed, to finish one project and make the right decision about the next.

"This experience has given me so much, has improved me so much, but perhaps in the future I won`t be a manager.

"Perhaps I`ll work as a director of football. I don`t know."

Here at Vital Chelsea we`re sure that whatever Antonio chooses to do, some way down the line, he`ll be a success.

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Date:Tuesday September 26 2017
Time: 7:20AM


From one saga to another. Moving on from Costa's future to Conte's
Joe Onda
26/09/2017 08:18:00
As usual its nothing but media wh**res twisting the words and not reporting the facts. What conte said is one day he will return to italy being an italian. So the media idiots created a great crisis headline from it. This is exactly the reason nobody respects these journos
Ponnu Kumar
26/09/2017 11:39:00
Spot on @ponnukumar, spot on.
Sean Onyeka Nwadiogb
26/09/2017 13:33:00
You called it Ponnu, media twisting his words again .
Michael Reid
26/09/2017 18:23:00
We should be used to this rubbish from media,let's start a mou going to Portugal klopp back to Germany and pep going back to Spain o and poch going back to manage the argentine rumour
26/09/2017 18:59:00
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