Thierry Henry thinks that Antonio Conte won’t be worried to speak his mind and then he will probably be brutally honest with Chelsea’s players.
The Frenchman worked under Conte when he was at Juventus, before he joined Arsenal in 1999.
Henry wrote in his column for Sun on Sunday: “Chelsea’s players had better be prepared for some painful home truths when Antonio Conte arrives at Stamford Bridge, because that’s exactly what they’re going to get from their new manager.”
“I still don’t believe it was right to sack Jose Mourinho because he was entitled to be given the benefit of the doubt for one average campaign after all he had done for the club. But you can be sure that Conte will hold the players to account for their shortcomings and he won’t spare anyone’s feelings in his analysis of what has gone wrong.”