Antonio Conte’s future as Chelsea manager is still in doubt, as no words from the club’s chiefs have confirmed if the Italian will stay at Chelsea beyond this season.
Rumours are rife that the FA Cup final clash against Manchester United will be Conte’s last game in charge of the Blues, after a season that hasn’t gone too well by Chelsea’s standard.
Conte has vowed not to judge his work or the club, and has left his work to be judged by others.
He told reporters in his press conference today: “We worked very hard for two years to try to build something and create a base. I think we did this, but I am the last person to judge the club at this moment. My task is to work and do my job in the best possible way with my players and for the fans. Then it is for other people to judge our position.
“Why do I have to judge my work? It’s not right. I think I have to work very hard with my players, and then other people can judge the situation and take the right evaluation of two years of work, and understand what position Chelsea are in the panoramic of football.”