Gary Neville says Antonio Conte won't stay at Chelsea next season

by Wade Massey April 4, 2018, 2:04
Gary Neville says Antonio Conte won't stay at Chelsea next season

The stadium continued to sell out for all Premier League home games, further underlining the need for an increased capacity stadium to meet demand and satisfy a waiting list for season tickets that has now risen to over 62,000.

The commitment of owner Roman Abramovich to the £1b Stamford Bridge redevelopment has meant that the big spending era would have to be replaced by more prudent spending but unfortunately for the club, the wrong man was in the dugout.

The slick and impressive uniforms worn throughout this campaign have been largely celebrated by the club's fans and next season's are following in a similar vein. But the Blues will have a chance to grab a silverware this season as they face Liverpool in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

Spurs came from behind to win the Premier League encounter 3-1, recording their first triumph at Stamford Bridge since 1990, courtesy of a stunning long-range shot from Christian Eriksen and a second-half brace from Dele Alli. Honestly. I think that I'm giving, [and] the players are giving, everything this season.

Ryan is a writer for SPORTbible. I think we deserved the win because we had a great game. But for us, it's about maintaining the Champions League every year and hopefully we can do that, and trying to win a trophy. The commencement of a new three-year Premier League broadcasting deal helped Spurs earn £149.8m, up £54.93m (57.9 per cent) from the previous year's total of £94.87m.

"The swelling went down quick, and whenever I get injured I prepare right and make sure I do everything I can to get the swelling down and get back on the pitch", Kane said.

"But it's the idea of complaining about the lack of support in the transfer market, saying the players they signed aren't quite as good as they should be, I don't like that".

After Tottenham put the nail in Chelsea's Champions League coffin on Sunday, reports today suggest that the Blues could be set to lose up to nine first team players. "We feel very proud".

Speaking to the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Cascarino said: "A lot of clubs - including Chelsea - will be very envious of what Tottenham have got and the calibre of their team".

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