Let's Make Chelsea Champions Again: Antonio Conte Is Chelsea New Manager

Italian Antonio Conte, 46, has been named the new Chelsea football club manager. The new arrangement is to be able to help Chelsea FC find its football root again, and make it the Premier League champion it used to be, and bring back its lost glories.

Conte is expected to start his 3 years managerial activities in Stamford bridge after the June 10 - July 10 European Championship in France. The manager has been the fan's favourite after their worst campaign start in 30 years under their former Portuguese manager, Jose Mourinho.


Speaking about the new development, Conte said;

I am very excited about the prospect of working at Chelsea Football Club. I am proud to be the coach of the national team of my country and only a role as attractive as manager of Chelsea could follow that.

I am happy we have made the announcement now so everything is clear and we can end the speculation. I will continue to focus on my job with the Italian national team and will reserve speaking about Chelsea again until after the Euros.

Though the team seems to have stabilised its winning again after Mourinho left with 15-unbeaten record, but they are still in the 10th position in the league table with no chances of winning the league or retaining their title.

And their 30 years run of going to Champions league ends, and there are no chances they will make it to the Europa league too.

While with Juventus, he won 3 Seria A titles from 2012-2014.