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Antonio Conte told to learn from rival coach



Danny Murphy has suggested that Chelsea boss Antonio Conte should adopt Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp’s approach to player management.

Conte face severe uncertainty

The Chelsea manager is facing severe uncertainty at Chelsea following a disappointing English Premier League season.

Italian tactician Antonio Conte led Chelsea to the English Premier League title in his debut campaign in charge of the club.

Chelsea lost 2-1 to London rivals Arsenal in the Emirates FA Cup final to miss out on winning a double.

Conte’s boy’s have extremely struggled to defend their English topflight crown this term following Manchester City’s exceptional season.

The Blues are two points adrift fourth-placed Liverpool in the Champions League qualification race next term.

Impressive season so far

The Reds, on the other hand, have made good progress this term, including their excellent run to the UEFA Champions League final.

Former Liverpool man Murphy believes the former Italy boss should adopt Jurgen Klopp’s approach to managing his players.

Murphy told the Evening Standard Jurgen Klopp is a type of manager players want to work for.

He hinted Antonio Conte, by contrast, looks like someone who expects respect from members of his playing staff.

The Merseysider’s will take on Spanish La Liga side Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final later this month in Kiev.

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Meaning of the ‘3 fingers salute’ Jose Mourinho did to Chelsea fans revealed



Man Utd coach, Jose Mourinho is known for his controversies and seems to be getting into trouble every week.

Mourinho during Man Utd home match against Newcastle Utd had said some abusive words to football fans at Old Trafford.

However, the Portugal international this time around didn’t make use of abusive words but rather he saluted Chelsea fans with three fingers after the game between the Blues and Man Utd yesterday at Stamford.

But the three fingers salute have been described to be a taunting sign and not a sign of respect for the Blues fans.

According to an analysis, the three fingers meant Jose Mourinho was indirectly telling Chelsea fans he won three English Premier League titles for them.

However, the salutation came after the melee that took place between Jose Mourinho and Chelsea assistant coach, Marco Ianni – when the Man Utd coach left his dugout and ran after Ianni to the tunnel.

In respect to Marco Ianni’s display yesterday, coach Maurizio Sarri has stated that Ianni will get the punishment for his poor sportsmanship display.

Despite Jose Mourinho’s shortcomings, he still remains one of Chelsea’s best ever coach.

Chelsea following their draw against Man Utd are now seated at the third spot on the EPL table.

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Revealed: reason behind Jose Mourinho’s anger at Chelsea



Jose Mourinho

Man Utd coach, Jose Mourinho led his Red Devils squad to play his former football club, Chelsea at Stamford Bridge yesterday.

The game started with Antonio Rudiger finding the back of the net for Chelsea but the visiting side bounced back in the second half following a brace from Anthony Martial.

Jose Mourinho had hoped to win all three points and be the first manager to defeat Chelsea this season but the Blues got an unexpected equalizer at the 95th minute to the end of the game.

Following Ross Barkley’s second goal for Chelsea, the Blues assistant coach Marco Ianni was seen dancing in front of Man Utd’s stand where Jose Mourinho was seated.

The Portugal international got angry and ran after the Blues assistant coach into the tunnel where a melee started between the two of them.

Chelsea stewards tried to pacify both parties but Man Utd and Chelsea footballers also joined in as the melee escalated.

However, a footage from the match has revealed that Jose Mourinho was not really at fault, this was because Chelsea assistant coach, Marco Ianni danced and taunted him not once but twice.

It is, however, unknown the punishment the FA would give to Mourinho and Iaani for their actions.

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‘Man Utd only came to do this’ – David Luiz



David Luiz

Despite Chelsea getting an equalizer against Man Utd at the last few minutes to the end of the game, the Blues center back defender, David Luiz has taken time out to slam his former coach Jose Mourinho.

According to David Luiz, Chelsea were the only one that played in the first half, which is quite obvious as Man Utd only had one shot on target.

But the second half was different, especially after Anthony Martial’s first goal which boosted the Red Devils confidence, they changed their tactics and came out more than the way they did in the first half.

David Luiz hinted that had Chelsea scored the second goal before Man Utd’s first equalizer, the Red Devils would have played a defensive game all through.

The Brazil star in a statement hinted that Chelsea ”tried to win from the beginning of the game.”

He stressed that Chelsea had the ball possessions and were ready to play real football but Man Utd ‘came with a plan just to defend and play on the counter-attack.’

Well, the game was played as expected, many football fans knew Mourinho would surely park the bus against Chelsea and could have done it all through the match if not for Martial’s first goal that boosted their confidence.

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Did Tiemoue Bakayoko mocked Chelsea?



Tiemoue Bakayoko

The Blues were held to a draw by Man Utd following a double from the Red Devils striker, Anthony Martial yesterday.

Following the outcome of the match, Anthony Martial had taken to a popular social media site, Twitter to celebrate his goals for Man Utd.

However, Chelsea loanee, Tiemoue Bakayoko went ahead to like the tweet – which to the Blues fans looked like he was mocking them.

Chelsea fans as expected took to their Twitter handles to slam the former Monaco star while Man Utd fans applauded Bakayoko for liking the tweet.

Although there is nothing wrong in liking a tweet of a fellow player, what Tiemoue Bakayoko should have known is that it is wrong to celebrate a player that put up great performances against his parent club.

Anthony Martial was the man of the match yesterday, and by liking his tweet, Tiemoue Bakayoko had indirectly mocked Chelsea even if that might not have been his intention.

Chelsea signed Bakayoko from Monaco for £40 million but since he joined them he had struggled to perform in the midfield.

The Blues decided to let him go on loan to AC Milan in other to help him gain more experience but the Italian club have recently expressed their regret for signing him with indications that he could be sent back to Chelsea in January.

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Mourinho vindicated after bust-up with backroom staff




Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been vindicated for his actions on Saturday where he had a faceoff with one of Maurizio Sarri’s coaching staff.

As a result of the comeback by Chelsea in their home game against, Marco Ianni had resulted to an extravagant celebration, running to the front of the United bench, a development Mourinho protested and had a faceoff with the player.

The Portuguese manager had noted that he was disrespected by the backroom coach but noted that all that happened has been resolved by manager Maurizio Sarri who had apologised.

However, United legend Gary Neville stated that everything that happened could be explained because it bothers on emotions that could hardly be controlled.

He noted that Marco Ianni was happy and had over-celebrated, stressing that the reaction from the former Real Madrid manager was just a reaction.

Neville admits it’s easy for spectators to sit and criticize but noted that it would be a different ball game if we were in the manager’s shoes.

However, the Red Devils are believed to be getting its confidence back after coming back in two consecutive games with the hope that they will win their next games.

United will be having their next clash against Juventus in the Champions League.

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