Ital­ian doesn’t want Chelsea to be laid­back in ti­tle push

New Straits Times - - Sport -

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

“very hard”

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