Charles’ latest “The Mind of Conte” column. Following back to back defeats in the Premier League against fellow top 4 contenders in Liverpool and Arsenal, Antonio Conte vowed to look for solutions to address his team’s recent form, or lack thereof. As a result, the Italian manager setup his team in a brand new formation
The debut installment of a brand new column about everything Chelsea-related titled “The Mind of Conte” by Charles Codo. Following much excitement, speculation, and anticipation, Antonio Conte has finally coached his first games in the English Premier League, home against West Ham and away to Watford. Following last season’s horror start, Chelsea fans will have
The 2016-17 season is nearly upon us, and as we’re gearing up with great anticipation, here are a few takeaways from Antonio Conte’s first three games in charge of Chelsea. Team shape Many questions have been asked about the shape Antonio Conte would employ at Chelsea, and based on what we’ve seen so far
April 4th 2016, the following statement was published on Chelsea FC’s official website: “Chelsea Football Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Antonio Conte as First Team Head Coach”. Since then, there has been a fixation by fans, pundits, former players and others, on guessing what formation the Italian coach will play at the Bridge,
Antonio Conte will take over at Chelsea this summer but already finds himself a march behind his future rivals. Whereas Pep Guardiola, new to the Manchester City hot-seat, and Jose Mourinho, the new manager of Manchester United, are free to get their business done early, Conte still has to take Italy through the European Championships
After much anticipation and speculation, Chelsea confirmed the signing of Antonio Conte on Monday evening, with the highly coveted manager taking charge upon the culmination of European Championship. Given he is mooted as Jose Mourinho’s spiritual successor, he will likely set Stamford Bridge abuzz. What he is known for Despite winning one Champions League
Chelsea this week announced that Italy coach Antonio Conte will become their next manager come the start of the new season. But what does this mean for the Blues? What will be his biggest priorities? Conte was favourite for the job and really it comes as no surprise that the Italian got it. He will
Possible line-up/formation for this coming season: Buffon; Bonucci – Barzagli – Chiellini; Lichtsteiner – Vidal – Pirlo – Marchisio – Asamoah; Giovinco – Matri (3-5-2) Juventus have the best chance to retain the Scudetto in this upcoming season. Juventus have the best defence in Serie A and one of the best defenses in the World.