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Conte's 'blazing inferno' ignites a new era for Chelsea

25 May 2017

Chelsea fans are already on a high from winning the Premier League title, and now it seems they've another thing to celebrate, as manager Antonio Conte has confirmed he will be staying at the club.

"Also Willian's impact was very good".

Terry was an unused substitute at West Brom and has not started in the Premier League since the September 11 draw with Swansea.

"It has been a few years since Chelsea have won it and I missed on one in the last minute, so a lot of players are hungry to win that as well". "It's a great squad of players they've got there but maybe there will be a freshening up, don't lose your best players and add one or two at the top end to go into the [UEFA] Champions League".

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"My second Premier League in three years". "Against Arsenal the game was frustrating for me because I didn't see anything of my work, of my idea of football", said the 47-year-old, who described his suit as a "disaster" after he was soaked by his players.

"Conte will try to balance preparations for Wembley and keeping his leading players sharp with rewarding those who have had less game time this term".

Courtois told Chelsea TV: "After a year ago, when we were so bad and it looked like nothing was going to work, to win the league again is fantastic".

Sugar relinquished control of the club in 2001 after taking over in 1991 and feels the offer of Champions League and potential title glory is enough to keep the likes of Dele Alli and Harry Kane at the club.

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"People have written us off as a team and individually", Chelsea defender Gary Cahill said, "and this has shut them up". Sometimes we play well, but concede a goal and then it's hard to get back in the game.

Chelsea have secured the Premier League title with a late victor over West Bromwich Albion. There are a lot of problems and to find the right solution quickly wasn't easy.

Boro boss Steve Agnew has suggested that Gibson could stay at the Riverside Stadium to lead their immediate push for a return back to the Premier League next season, leaving Chelsea and Liverpool reportedly disappointed.

Tottenham's nine-match winning streak and their bid for a first English title since 1961 came to a shattering end in a 1-0 defeat at West Ham. We have the same ambition. We all know the season, the difficulty he found in this first season for him.

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Conte's 'blazing inferno' ignites a new era for Chelsea