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CHELSEA - Conte: "To leave? Everything is possible..."

12.01.2018 15.30 by Chiara Biondini  read 1498
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Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte says "anything is possible" in response to reports he could leave at the end of the season.

"Everything is possible. I have another year on my contract at this club but, in football, everything is possible," he said. "Our job is very difficult because everything can change quickly."

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