Chelsea boss Antonio Conte doesn't want any sympathy

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Antonio Conte will walk away from Chelsea this season if his ambition is not matched, Chris Sutton has warned.

"In my career", he said, "I worked always with great pressure and, I repeat, it's normal to have this type of pressure, the most important thing is to face the pressure in the right way and sometimes you are more serious, sometimes you laugh, but it's important to have the habit to face the pressure".

Cape Town - Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has again expressed his concern regarding the club's lack of signings ahead of the new Premier League season. "We solved a lot in this summer, and for this reason it's very important to try to improve our squad because we have one more competition". It is the best players from all over the world playing for some of the top clubs in the world.

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has tipped new Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata to become the Premier League signing of the summer - the former Reds captain admitting his appreciation of the former Real Madrid forward. In the United States of America, our National team plays in the Gold Cup every two years and if they qualify, in the World Cup every four years. "He's looking for a space and he's been waiting last season to get his chance and he had a few games at the end last season and he'll be wanting more". The situation is clear.

"They've been very successful over the past 10 to 15 years, so I think you have to have faith in that".

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"Honestly I am pleased because we are working very well with the team and this group of players and the commitment is incredible and also better than the last season".

"For sure it will not be easy in this part of the season, but I don't want to find any excuses for me, for my staff or for my players. You have to cope with the young player".

And, earlier this week - before any Premier League games had taken place - talkSPORT fired up their super computer to predict where each team will finish in the final standings. The fact Conte also signed improved terms on his existing deal also laid to rest any simmering disquiet over the Italian's future.

The Over/Under 2.5 Goals market is pretty much a coin toss, you wouldn't be surprised at all which way it went, so given that the "Overs" option can be backed at the price it can then that has to be the call.

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