Antonio Conte warns Chelsea that sacking him would be a mistake after delivering FA Cup success
The Blues boss lifted the FA Cup last night — 12 months after winning the Premier League title.
He has faced months of speculation that he faces the axe this summer.
But Conte warned: “In a difficult season like this I showed I’m a serial winner. This is the truth. To win in this way, this season, gives me more satisfaction than my win from the past.”
Conte, who is on about £9million per year, has challenged Chelsea chairman Roman Abramovich to sack him after two seasons of winning trophies.
He added: “I have a contract and I’m committed for this club.
“Don’t forget the speculation started after our first defeat against Burnley.
“My position was always the same — I’m committed to this club, despite a lot of speculation.
“One day I had the chance to go to the national team, one day this team, one day another important team . . .
“In every press conference I said that I’m committed to this club.
“After two years, the club knows me very well.
“My past speaks very clearly as a player and as a manager. You can say what you want, but I’m a serial winner.”
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