Published: Fri, April 20, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Antonio Conte: Manchester City could dominate for years

Antonio Conte: Manchester City could dominate for years

Manchester City superstar Kevin De Bruyne has admitted defeat in the running for the PFA Player of The Year award despite being a standout performer in their dominant Premier League title triumph.

With five fixtures remaining, City can still break Chelsea's record points tally of 95, as well as those they still hold for goal difference and goals scored.

Continuing his day of interviews, Walker also told talkSport that he joined City to emulate two of his footballing icons: "A big reason why I signed with Manchester City was because I wanted to work with the manager of this calibre".

Conte is widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, and he said: "Manchester City is one club that can continue to dominate, to win".

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Mourinho all but conceded the title back in February, saying: "We must try to start next season in a good way, like we did this season, but try to be consistent and try not to lose points like we did this season in some matches where we shouldn't". "There are a lot of things that are right".

However, with Salah netting an incredible 30 goals in his debut season with Liverpool, the Belgium global admits he can not compete with those numbers.

"The way they did it was incredible".

The City manager gathered his squad, coaching team and other club staff together as they returned to training on Wednesday for the first time since the Premier League crown was secured.

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On Thursday, City TV released footage of the meeting in which the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss, who has now won 23 major trophies in his glittering managerial career, addressed the club's staff and gathered them all for a team photo at the club's Etihad training complex.

"We have an important game against Burnley, a really strong team having a fantastic season, and it won't be easy to get three points".

"We have to avoid this if we want to keep the hope to finish in the top four".

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