Antonio Conte has failed to return Chelsea to winning ways against Burnley, but that is not stopping him from being loyal to the club. Conte wants to break the wheel; he wants to end Chelsea board’s passion for regularly sacking managers when things get tough.

It would seem as if Conte is having quite a lot of issues with the Chelsea board. According to the man himself via a recent report, he’s facing challenges right now with the Chelsea board, and these problems could interfere with his need to stay at the club until the completion of the new Stamford Bridge.

Stamford Bridge renovation

Chelsea in the near future will undergo a massive £500million redevelopment to boost capacity to over 60,000 seats. With the club winning the English Premier League twice in three years, more of its fans are eager to come watch their favorite team play football.

Tottenham Hotspur is in a similar position as Chelsea right now. The club is building a new stadium, and as such, is forced to play their home games at the Wembley Stadium. Interestingly enough, Chelsea might soon have to play their home games at Wembley until the building completion at Stamford Bridge.

Good news for Chelsea going in against Tottenham on Sunday is the fact that the home side hasn’t done well at Wembley, so there’s room for Conte to capitalize on that.

It’s going to be a tough match, especially with Cesc Fabregas and Gary Cahill out due to red cards in the previous game.

Not to mention, there’s no Diego Costa this time around, and Eden Hazard is still injured and rumored to be seeking a transfer from the club.

Conte under serious pressure

As it stands, Antonio Conte is under a lot of pressure to get his side up and running in the right direction.

From the last match, it’s clear the quality is there, but unfortunately, the team fell apart after Cahill was sent off.

Despite that, Alvaro Morata proved himself as a player who can score goals for Chelsea when the heat is on. He was the only one to spot the goal scoring opportunity from an excellent ball in from Willian. Furthermore, he assisted with the second goal from David Luiz, so all two goals were due to the actions of Morata, proving why Conte should put some trust in the player.

Overall, the team must come out on Sunday with a pang of hunger because Tottenham is no walk in the park. The club took the runner-up position last season, and no doubt the intention is to win the league this time around. Additionally, unlike Chelsea, Tottenham won their first match.