No matter which way you spin it, Antonio Conte‘s first season in the Premier League is already a successful one — perhaps surprisingly so, the degree to which it has been.
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With that said, Chelsea’s first-year Italian boss isn’t satisfied yet, and he probably won’t be unless his side beats Arsenal in the FA Cup final on May 27 and turns the 2016-17 season into a double-winning campaign — quotes from the BBC:
“That decision changed our season. We had to change and find a new suit for our team. In my mind there was this option to play a 3-4-3 because I knew I had the players to do that.
“We were not lucky, we did a great job. It’s important to rest. It is a great season but now we can win the FA Cup.
“Every game I feel like I have played with my players. I show my passion and my will, my desire to stay with my players in every moment of the game. This is me, I am this.
“In the present, in the past, I stay with my players in positive and negative situations. We won this title together.”