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Antonio Conte begins pre-season Chelsea training

Antonio Conte presided over Chelsea's return for pre-season training on Monday, despite persistent speculation over the Italian's future.
Chelsea's Nigerian midfielder Victor Moses looks on during the English Premier League football match against Middlesbrough

Victor Moses misses Chelsea training

The pacy midfielder was among the west London side that were excused from training due to their participation at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Antonio Conte at Chelsea training ground with future still in doubt

According to other reports, Conte and his team did not take the training session, instead attending meetings at Cobham.

Antonio Conte: I wanted John Terry to stay at Chelsea

Antonio Conte has revealed he was keen to keep John Terry at Chelsea this season after the Blues legend was pictured back at the club’s Cobham training ground.

N’Golo Kante collapse shocks Chelsea teammates

N’Golo Kante did not feature in Chelsea’s match against Premier League leaders Manchester City at the weekend after fainting at the club’s training ground, reports said on Tuesday.

Chelsea’s Antonio Conte tells of lucky escape

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte revealed on Friday that he had a narrow escape when winds blew a glass table top off a roof terrace and onto his car parked at the club’s training base.

Chelsea obtain injunction after three Stamford Bridge trespass incidents

Chelsea have obtained a High Court injunction after three separate trespass incidents at Stamford Bridge since September.

Antonio Conte ‘will be just fine’ at Chelsea – Michael Emenalo

Antonio Conte "will be just fine" at Chelsea despite persistent speculation suggesting that he could leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, says the club's former technical director Michael Emenalo.

Roman Abramovich visit to Cobham ‘normal’ – Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte has confirmed that he was visited by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich last Sunday, but described the meeting as "normal".

I don’t feel pressure to be like Nemanja Matic – Tiemoue Bakayoko

Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko says he is not concerned about replicating the success of Nemanja Matic as the Blues look to get their Premier League title defence back on track.

Conte wants Chelsea to play on after terror attack

Antonio Conte says Chelsea’s Premier League clash with Arsenal should go ahead on Sunday despite an explosive device being detonated on a tube train near the club’s west London stadium.

Diego Costa exiled from Chelsea’s season opener

Diego Costa will not be part of Chelsea's season-opener against Burnley - just 81 days after he celebrated the Premier League title with his team-mates.

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