Conte: Pressure is fine for me and my players

Lynette Rowe
February 12, 2018

Last season, our work allowed us to reach an incredible target. For this reason, I'm a bit anxious. "It's OK for me and my players". Then you build something with him. The Brazilian's performance on his first Premier League start since October at Vicarage Road attracted widespread criticism, but Conte insisted that he has fully recovered from the knee inflammation that prolonged his absence from the team and is "in contention" for Monday's game. But in my vision, you can win but, at the same time, the club might not be happy to stay with you.

"I don't think anyone trusted us to win the title this season". I usually have a great respect'.

Morata, who was signed from Real Madrid in the summer transfer window for a whopping £58million plus various add-ons has scored 10 goals in 20 appearances for the club in the Premier League.

"I understand that we have to live with this pressure, and it's okay for me and my players".

'At the same time, you can trust in a coach and his work and continue with him even if you don't win, and try and build something important. "You know very well the importance of the player", the coach added. In that case, it's right to send the coach away.

He is fed up with the rumours of his future and the continued silence from the club.

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There are two ways.

Sure, there is a section of fans who just want to see the Baggies suffer, but the gratification of Wolves getting the chance to beat them in a top-flight clash would surely be the priority.

Antonio Conte has urged Chelsea's hierarchy to approach his managerial position with intelligence, and not to make a "stupid" decision.

"I do feel sorry for the manager because the job he did past year was absolutely outstanding and I don't really think he's changed too much", he said. The most important thing is that it only happens once.

Now one of the most obvious reasons behind Wolves wanting to stay up is, you guessed it, so that they can gain a measure of revenge on their bitter rivals.

Mundo Deportivo are reporting that the Gunners board are willing to consider Enrique as a replacement for Arsene Wenger at the end of the season, with the North London giants looking set for a second consecutive finish outside of the top four, this term.

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