“My objective is to lay the foundations so Chelsea can continue to win,” the former Juventus boss told La Repubblica.
“This is already a big club, but it’s inconsistent. They won the Champions League, then went out in the first round. They won the Premier League and then finished 10th.
“Chelsea need to find stability at the top.”
These were the words of Chelsea’s Italian manager prior to the club’s league triumph. The need to find stability at the top is crucial for Chelsea’s growing brand in order attract prospective investors and also increase our fan base.
Domestically, no club has defended and won the title in successive seasons since Manchester United in 2008/09 season. This is a challenge I certainly believe Conte desires to face and conquer. The Italian is determined to build a culture of success continuity at Chelsea just as enjoyed by top clubs like Manchester United who have won the league a record 13 times in Premier League era, Real Madrid who have won 11 Champions League trophies and gunning for a 12th in this year’s edition, and the likes of Barcelona, Juventus and Bayern Munich who have also been consistently successful over the years. His idea is to make Chelsea dominant in the league and in Europe. The foundation has been laid with this season’s league triumph and will further be tested in our FA Cup final clash against Arsenal at Wembley. More so, next season will give further conviction if Conte and Chelsea can achieve this goal.
Expediently, what makes a club big is not a single season of success, but consistent success. Chelsea must avoid falling from grace to grass.
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