Dedication: Conte imports special sweets from Italy to stop him losing his voice

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If Pizza was the surprise secret ingredient to Leicester City’s title success last season, a brand of Italian sweets is breathing life into Chelsea’s challenge this year.

 

The Blues are on a superb run of form at the moment, having win four league games in a row without conceding a goal – the perfect response to back-to-back defeats to Liverpool and Arsenal at the end of September.

Antonio Conte is one of a number of new star managerial arrives in England this term, and after initially struggling to make the desired impact at Stamford Bridge, he is now getting the message across.

That could, apparently, be down to the Italian sweets he’s having imported to London to help soothe his throat from all the shouting he does at his players, according to the Daily Telegraph.

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Conte is known to be one of the most vocal and demanding managers in the game, and is often seen barking out the orders from the touchline during matches.

He is the same in every training session, and he’s relying on Ambrosoli al Miele – a kind of chewable honey sweet not widely sold in the UK – to ensure he doesn’t completely lose his voice.

Conte recently admitted managing Chelsea was bad for his health, and it’s now easy to see why.

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