Antonio Conte Happy with Impressive Win over Everton

Antonio Conte branded the 5-0 win over Everton as extremely important for the club.


Chelsea’s impressive victory against the Merseyside outfit saw them go top of the table – albeit until the next 24 hours when the likes of Liverpool and Arsenal play. Still, it has been an impressive month and a half from the blues. Conte has managed to turn around the fortunes of the club which suffered back-to-back losses against Liverpool and Arsenal towards the end of September. The manager reverted to his usual 3-4-3 formation since the Arsenal game and he has managed to transform Chelsea into one of the best footballing outfits in England right now.

ZOUMA TO RETURN TO CHELSEA'S FIRST TEAM

The boss for Chelsea's Under-23s team, Adi Viveash has said that Kurt Zouma, who has been out due to a serious knee injury that occurred nine months ago, is ready to join up with Antonio Conte's squad.


Zouma recently played a complete 90 minutes of football just last Tuesday. Before this, he had featured since the past few weeks, in three games for Chelsea's development squad. This finally resulted in him playing the whole of the team's match held at Stamford Bridge against Oxford in the ongoing Checkatrade Trophy just yesterday.

ABRAMOVICH WANTS BONUCCI BADLY

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich wants the club to get Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci in the next transfer window, according to reports.


The Russian is reportedly set to bankroll the deal in a bid to lure the Serie A giant to sell the player.

Antonio Conte favors Current Match as Deciding

Antonio Conte reckons the only reality in the game of Football is the action that takes place between the two goal posts and if a team is not excelling in that action, having fancy names on the team-sheet means nothing.


Conte seemed angry after going pointless for the second week in a row following his 4-game unbeaten start in the Premiership as the Blues got slapped a huge defeat by another London team, which is Arsenal, yesterday and slipped a fair distance in the table.

David Luiz is thrilled about making his return to Chelsea

David Luiz originally signed with Chelsea back on January of 2011 where he spent 3 years and aided the English club in winning the Champions League title during the season of 2011-12 as well as a few other pieces of silverware.


After spending 3 seasons with Chelsea, the Brazilian defender went on to join Paris Saint-Germain and David Luiz continued on lifting more trophies as the 29 year old player kept his string of top class performances even after having changed from different clubs and different leagues.

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