Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Conte says Terry 'deserves the best' for Bridge farewell

Conte says Terry 'deserves the best' for Bridge farewell

"I think they had a good time, nearly the whole squad went, and they were alright".

On the importance of ending the season on a high after an eight-match winless run: "The results have been disappointing but apart from maybe one or two, I think the players have given everything and have been a little bit unfortunate not to get anything".

"For this reason I think I have to take my time and to make the best decision for him".

Terry could be playing his final league game for Chelsea during Sunderland's visit to the Bridge hence bringing the curtains down on a remarkable career that started off almost two decades ago.

"I don't know what his thinking is, whether he's going to carry on first of all - there's been talk in the media that it's going to be his last game".

I'm sure the idea of John Terry joining the Swans will divide opinion amongst Swans fans, I'm not convinced that he'll want to join us for a start, though Clement might disagree having worked with him while at Chelsea. "That is all unsure at the moment".

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Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has promised not to make mistakes in his second season in charge of the Red Devils.

Swansea City manager Paul Clement is demanding three points in his side's final game of the season at home to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday afternoon.

Clement will speak to Swansea's American owners next week about summer recruitment. I think anyone who stays up has done a great job in this day and age, especially with the bottom-half teams.

Alli has also enjoyed personal success this year after he won the PFA Young Player of the Year award for the second season in a row.

"Would people be saying then this team needs a major overhaul?"

Conte's charges had back to Stamford Bridge on Sunday preparing to be officially handed the Premier League winners' trophy, after putting together a remarkable campaign that has seen the Italian coach claim the title during his first season in England.

"I'm hoping it'll all be sorted out", said Pulis.

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