Antonio Conte during his time with Chelsea in 2018
Antonio Conte during his time with Chelsea in 2018. Photo by Michael Zemanek/BPI/REX/Shutterstock (9488738ew)

Chelsea’s boss, Antonio Conte was upset today after his team suffered a great setback in the derby of the 32nd round of the English Premier League. Visiting Tottenham Hotspurs came back from behind and demolished Blues, 1-3, at their Stamford Bridge stadium.

After the match, the Italian manager was not happy, and that climaxed during the press conference when he stated that his team is not that lethal as they used to be during the previous season.

“I think in this season in many games we had many chances but we didn’t score. Last season we were more clinical. In this game, I saw Tottenham do this. They scored chances they had and they won the game. It’s a pity,” Conte said at the press, and Metro quotes.

With this loss, Chelsea’s chances of reaching the top four places in the Premiership are theoretical, which means that last year’s champions are going to miss Champions League next season. The Italian’s future is very unclear, and it wouldn’t be much of a surprise if Roman Abramovich fires him. Rumors about this started several weeks ago when the team started struggling with results.