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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: Sometimes I hate my job

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: Sometimes I hate my job

While events on the pitch were successful, the Italian endured a tough time off it away from wife Elisabetta and daughter Vittoria.

If Milan don't experience a good level of success this season, which presumably means qualifying for the Champions League at the very least, Montella's position may not be as tenable as it now is. I think that this experience for my daughter is an incredible experience and a great gift that I am doing her. I always felt I would do this, that this would be my life.

However AC Milan's Director of Football, Massimiliano Mirabelli, has dismissed any claims of his club being interested during an interview with Radio Rossonera (via Metro).

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In an interview, Conte said "Yes, I miss Italy". "All I said was that one day in the future I would like to go back to Italy". I have two years contract with Chelsea and am happy to work for this club and with my players. With a Premier League Winner's medal and an FA Cup final after only a year at the blues, fans are starting to see Conte as a manager that they can put their faith in for a long time. "I don't know when but that's the aim". "But, at the same time, I always said it's very hard and our job is very unusual because one day you are the best and another day you stay at home".

Conte now has injury problems, with midfield duo N'Golo Kante and Danny Drinkwater, and striker Alvaro Morata all missing for Saturday's game away against Crystal Palace. "But for sure it's a hamstring problem and this is a big loss for us". For this reason we are going to do another scan in one week. "When you write something it is important to write the truth".

"We are talking also to adapt a player who is important as a central defender".