Chelsea favourite Roberto di Matteo believes his former club should stick with Antonio Conte beyond the current campaign. The Blues have underperformed during Conte’s second season in charge of the club and there has been strong speculation that the Italian could be replaced in the summer. Despite this, Di Matteo believes the 48-year-old should be
Chelsea are set to make several changes for tonight’s visit to Swindon Town in the Capital One Cup third round. Cesar Azpilicueta, Ryan Bertrand, David Luiz, Michael Essien and Juan Mata are all likely to come into the starting line-up, while Mark Schwarzer could be handed his debut for the club. The veteran Australian goalkeeper
It would appear as if most Blues supporters are set to get their wish this week, with Roberto Di Matteo reportedly set to be handed the permanent position of manager in the next few days.