New boss Sarri vows to bring the fun back to the Bridge

Thursday, 19 Jul, 2018

LMA Chief Executive Richard Bevan said: "Antonio made an immediate impact when he arrived in the Premier League two years ago".

With Antonio Conte on his way out at Chelsea, ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reflects on the Italian's tenure and what led to his undoing.

Hazard will not have returned for pre-season training in time for Chelsea's first friendly against Perth Glory on July 23rd, but Chelsea will seek to discuss terms on a new deal with the player's agent this week.

"It will be for me very exciting to play against Guardiola, Pochettino, Mourinho, Klopp and the others".

Jorginho was close to joining Manchester City this off-season but he has moved instead to a team that finished 30 points behind the Premier League champion last season and won't be playing in the Champions League this season.

Jorginho has been given a warm welcome to Chelsea by his Brazilian team-mates as he settles into life in England following his £57million move from Napoli.

The Italian manager gave his first interview since taking over at Stamford Bridge and spoke in near ideal English - though will take lessons having rather modestly suggested he has "lost everything" since living in London 30 years ago.

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Among the 15,000 people on Centre Court were his two sets of twins. "I hear what they say, how excited they are about Wimbledon". He said he "felt good" and "less nervous" than he did in his previous match, his first-round win over Dušan Lajović on Monday.


"With one or two changes we will be able to play my football", he said.

"First of all I want to play my football, I want to enjoy myself".

Conte released his statement via the League Managers Association following his departure. "And probably I want also to win something".

Having been linked to now-filled posts with Italy and Real Madrid, Conte is expected to take a sabbatical and added: "I hope Chelsea will continue to be successful and I wish everyone well for next season".

"I have enjoyed my time in England and London so much and I want to thank the Chelsea fans who have been incredible to me and my family".

Chelsea have formally announced the appointment of Maurizio Sarri as their new manager after weeks of speculation, with the Italian now facing the task of whipping his squad into shape before the Premier League kicks off in a month's time.