Italian doesn’t want Chelsea to be laidback in title push
LONDON League table, 24 hours before nearest challengers Tottenham and Manchester City are in action.
With just 11 remaining and Chelsea showing no signs of faltering, the championship already seems assured.
Blues boss Conte, though, has already spoken of the painful experience of conceding an eightpoint lead in Serie A while a player with Juventus and is determined there will be no let up at Stamford Bridge.
And this week a succession of Chelsea players confirmed that a combination of hard work and the Italian’s desire to maintain standards will continue to drive the club’s progress.
Centre-back David Luiz told the club’s official website that life was