Conte has fears over Chelsea title chase

Antonio Conte turns Chelsea training ground into boot camp

Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte allegedly has growing fears over the Premier League title chase of the Blues in recent weeks.

And this is due to no other reason than the fact that the Premier League form of Chelsea has dwindled.

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The Italian tactician has reportedly been having some serious concerns that the Stamford Bride outfit’s 2016/17 season is slowly unravelling.

And now, Conte has gone ahead to make more demands even from all of his charges on the training ground.

The Blues have lost two of their last four matches in the Premier League to reduce their point gap.

Furthermore, Chelsea now seem to have kind of opened the door for rivals, Tottenham Hotspur to pounce at the top.

Chelsea have seen their lead at the top reduce from ten points at the beginning of April to only four.

According to valid reports emanating from media outlet, The Sun, Conte has now made a decision to spark into action.

And that is by the former manager of Juventus turning the club’s Surrey training base into a boot camp.

That is only in the hope of making all of his players to have total concentration for the end-of-season run-in.

A report has even hinted that Conte has now made his players to train much longer and harder.

Conte wants total focus against Tottenham

Mauricio Pochettino (Right) and Antonio Conte will meet in the FA Cup semi-finals

And that is in the build-up to the Blues FA Cup semi-final clash with Tottenham at Wembley on Saturday.

Meanwhile, the former manager of the Italian national team has also restricted the number of visitors to Chelsea’s Cobham headquarters.

A source dsiclosed to the publication by saying: “Antonio realized some things needed to change.

“And that is simply in a serious bid to refocus the whole group on what is at stake.

“It is only for the run up to the Spurs match and after that, it is back to normal.

“But basically, you can say that the players are getting a kick up the backside,” the reliable source summed up.

Following this weekend’s FA cup match with the Lillywhites, Chelsea are back in business in the Premier League.

And that is when the Blues square up against both Southampton and Everton in quick succession.

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