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Sport Chelsea hit with FA fine

19:26  16 may  2018
19:26  16 may  2018 Source:   goal.com

Antonio Conte could join Napoli if Maurizio Sarri goes to Chelsea

  Antonio Conte could join Napoli if Maurizio Sarri goes to Chelsea Napoli are keen on bringing out going Chelsea boss Antonio Conte to the club if Maurizio Sarri moves in the other direction, according to the Daily Mail. Sarri is the frontrunner to take the role at Chelsea with Conte’s future up in the air after a tough second season for the Italian. 59-year-old Sarri is thought to be very open to a move to Chelsea with his career at Napoli dwindling out. Two ex-Chelsea bosses, Rafa Benitez and Carlo Ancelotti, are in the running to take over from the Napoli man at the end of the season. Napoli have been an exciting team to watch this season but they are set to miss out on the Serie A title as they sit four points behind Juventus with just two games remaining in the season. Conte will be a man in demand if he does cut ties with Chelsea, so Napoli will need to act quickly to get him signed if they do need to find a replacement for Serri.

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Chelsea are fined by the Football Association after being charged with failing to control their players at the end of a win at Derby. Chelsea . The FA .

rudiger - CROPPED: Chelsea's Antonio Rudiger. © Provided by Goal Chelsea's Antonio Rudiger.

Chelsea have been fined £20,000 by the Football Association (FA) for failing to control their players during a 1-1 Premier League draw with Huddersfield Town this month.

Antonio Rudiger was among a group of players who vented their frustration at referee Lee Mason and his assistants when the whistle was blown for half-time before Chelsea could take a corner kick.

Marcos Alonso netted an equaliser for Chelsea after Laurent Depoitre had put Huddersfield in front - a result that preserved the Terriers' top-flight status and severely dented Chelsea's top-four aspirations.

An FA statement read: "Chelsea have been fined £20,000 after accepting a charge for failing to ensure their players and/or officials conducted themselves in an orderly fashion.

"The incident occurred at half-time during the game against Huddersfield Town on Wednesday 9 May."

Chelsea ended the season in fifth, behind Liverpool, after losing 3-0 at Newcastle United on the final day.

Chelsea must think 'three times' before sacking Conte, says Vialli .
The Blues legend insists that they must not rush into dismissing the Italian, despite an underwhelming seasonFormer Chelsea player-manager Gianluca Vialli has urged the club not to make any rash decisions on the future of Antonio Conte.

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