Chelsea win the Premier League

Terry made a rare start against the Hornets at Stamford Bridge as Conte chose to ring the changes after watching his side clinch the Premier League title with victory over West Bromwich Albion late last week.

The 36-year old has spent 22-years at Stamford Bridge, winning five Premier League titles, one Champions League, one Europa League, four FA Cups (and a potential fifth in two weeks time) and three League cups.

"It has been a new experience but one I have kind of enjoyed".

"In this case I am very angry because he must think to give me a bit of chocolate cake!"

He added: "I'm looking forward to see him lift the (Premier League) cup and I think all the players want to see this".

John Terry believes spending this season on the first-team periphery at Chelsea is good preparation for management - and not playing has been enjoyable because "I have had my time". Leaving me out the side was probably a tough decision for the manager but he was very honest straight away.

"Having played in Spain, watching a lot of football as I do, Germany, France and Italy, this is the best league in the world; maybe not the best players in the world, but it's the most competitive and most hard league to win, for sure".

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte expects departing captain John Terry to play beyond the end of the season, despite the former England centre-back hinting he may retire.

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Antonio Conte says he has a plan to keep his key players fresh for the FA Cup final but has not yet decided his line-up for the Wembley clash with Arsenal.

Chelsea said on their official website: "After securing the Premier league title, and with agreement from all relevant local agencies, we can confirm a victory parade will be held on Sunday, May 28, commencing at midday". It will only be incredible if we go on and win it.

Conte added: "We won our 29th game in this league".

"There were a lot of frustrations, but this is a big club, with a lot of good players", Batshuayi told The Guardian.

The Blues can break the record by beating Sunderland in Sunday's final league game.

  • Julie Sanders