Antonio Conte has threatened to drop Players for questioning his tactical decisions
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has threatened to drop any player that questions his tactical decisions in a bid to stop a potential mutiny at the West London club.
Chelsea are without a victory in three games in all competitions and let a two-goal lead slip against Serie A side AS Roma at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.
Reports since the UEFA Champions League 3-3 draw have claimed that the Blues believe Antonio Conte is contributing to the team’s injury issues and Brazil international defender David Luiz was visibly angry at being pulled out during the match.
Staff at the Bridge are said to be referring to the Italian as a ‘dead man walking’ and feel he will be handed the sack letter before he can run out a second year at the club.
Player power forced Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho out of the West London club during his second stint at the Bridge and Antonio Conte is determined not to permit his stars to determine his faith.
The Italian tactician will not have his managerial reign undermined and has threatened to drop any player that crosses the boundary, according to a report by the Telegraph.