Antonio Conte: Chelsea players have gotten used to rumours of my departure

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"I think my players are getting used to these rumours, to this speculation, but for sure I am very happy with the commitment of my players, the behaviour of my players because they show me every day they want to overcome this situation".

Antonio Conte has warned Chelsea not to be "stupid" and sack him before the end of his contract, report the Guardian.

Chris Sutton believes Chelsea FC didn't sign enough players of quality to win the Champions League and retain the Premier League.

"My task is to try and improve every single player, in every aspect - in terms of their mentality also. One way might be to stop improving the players I have".

'I think I am a bit of a disaster at convincing the club to buy the players...

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The Blues won the Premier League title with two games to spare last season after Chelsea FC finished seven points clear of Tottenham.

Chelsea will head into the fixture without Tiémoué Bakayoko who was sent off in the last game while Olivier Giroud is touted to make his first full team start since making his move from Arsenal in January.

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"I do feel sorry for the manager because the job he did previous year was absolutely outstanding and I don't really think he's changed too much", he said.

We played against each other and he's a really good person.

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'He reached his targets with Barcelona and Roma, you could see a well-organised team. I usually have a great respect'. A club can take different decisions.

And Pardew believes the Premier League champions have suffered in part due to the departure of the Brazil-born Spain striker, who hit 20 goals last season before returning to Atletico Madrid.

"But you can not fault his record and the job he's done since he came to the Premier League".

More good news, for a side that has just one league victory, three across all competitions in 2018 thus far- they get the easiest match, on paper at least, coming up next.

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