- Chelsea look to win FA cup as compensation for a terrible season.
- FA cup Champions might settle Conte, Mourinho rivalry.
Chelsea FC suffered one of its most miserable seasons in the just concluded 2017/18 Premier League campaign.
One could easily recall how Chelsea boss Antonio Conte insisted that he wouldn’t want a recurrence of what he described to the media as a Mourinho-season.
This title represents the only chance of silverware for both sides, and this adds spice to the game. What adds more spice, and makes the game an eagerly anticipated one is the rivalry that has existed between the two managers in the season, and this appears to be the climax.
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Mourinho wouldn’t want the Conte-season to end on a positive note, while Conte who said:
‘I will not forget’
in response to Mourinho’s disparaging comments, wouldn’t want the Portuguese to have the last laugh in their managerial feud at England.
This could be the last game between the two in the Premier League as reports suggest that Conte may be set to leave Stamford Bridge after this game. They now have the chance to do the fighting with their tactics on the pitch in unarguably the most glorified stadium in England, Wembley.
The media bants between the two won’t count for much, as anyone who emerges victorious on May 19 in England’s most prestigious cup competition will definitely have the last laugh.
Hopefully! Chelsea emerges victoriously, and Conte bows out on a relative high. That’s if the speculations on his departure pan out.
However other report from Savechelsea.net on the FA cup Finals Chelsea must beware at Wembley boast Sanchez.
The Chilean has msent a message to rivals Chelsea ahead of their meeting at Wembley, the forward boasted of his capabilities and also his luck at Wembley where the forward has scored a total of eight goals in six games.