Conte happy at Chelsea, despite speculation

first_imgBut it is Conte’s comments over the club’s transfer policy which has prompted speculation that his relationship with Abramovich has become strained.Earlier this week, Conte said it was Chelsea’s hierarchy who selected all new signings, with assistant Carlo Cudicini rumoured to be acting as a buffer between the Italian and the boardroom.Addressing the reports, Conte said: “I would be very happy to continue to work with my players.“I’m happy to try every day to put all myself for this job. I would be very happy if there are some new players.“I’m repeating always the same thing – I’m the coach. My task is to try to do the best for this club, to try to improve my players for this club.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Earlier this week, Conte said it was Chelsea’s hierarchy who selected all new signings, with assistant Carlo Cudicini rumoured to be acting as a buffer between the Italian and the boardroom.LONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 27 – Antonio Conte insists he is “very happy” to stay at Chelsea, despite rumours of friction with the club’s owner Roman Abramovich.After steering Chelsea to the Premier League title last season, Conte’s side have struggled to last the pace with leaders Manchester City this time around, with 15 points separating them from Pep Guardiola’s side.last_img read more

Alaska News Nightly Thursday March 21 2019

first_imgDunleavy keeps open court seat, questions nomination processAssociated PressGov. Mike Dunleavy has declined to fill for now a seat on the Palmer Superior Court, citing questions with the process used in sending nominees to him for consideration.Lawmakers, open meeting advocates criticize conditions on attending Gov. Dunleavy meetingsAndrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauLawmakers and open meeting advocates are criticizing the meetings Governor Dunleavy is holding around the state next week.Dunleavy appointee to lead state environmental agency hits back at criticsElizabeth Harball, Alaska’s Energy Desk – AnchorageJason Brune’s appointment is controversial because he worked as the public affairs and government relations manager for mining company Anglo American when it backed the proposed Pebble Mine.China, Russia find common cause in ArcticLiz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.China and Russia are teaming up to pursue their interests in the Arctic, and regional security expert Rebecca Pincus says the United States needs to pay more attention.“We need to play a shaping role in this region. It’s our backyard,” she said.Foretold Disaster – the Exxon Valdez oil spillRachel Waldholz, Alaska’s Energy Desk – AnchorageThe Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989 killed hundreds of thousands of seabirds and brought commercial fishing in some of Alaska’s most productive waters to a standstill. It’s often talked about as an unprecedented, unthinkable event, but it was, in fact thinkable, and people tried to prevent it.Anchorage efforts to reduce homelessness see success, challengesKirsten Swann, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageAnchorage Assembly member Felix Rivera, chairman of the Assembly’s Committee on Homelessness, says funding is one of its top concernsWild dogs take down muskox near Toksook BayAnna Rose MacArthur. KYUK – BethelJimmie Lincoln wanted to get out of town, so he jumped on his snowmachine and took off. Less than two miles later, he came upon something he calls “unbelievable.”Racist graffiti targets Homer restaurant ownersAaron Bolton, KBBI – HomerThe owners of a restaurant just outside of Homer woke up to racist graffiti scrawled across the front of their building Thursday. The owners of Wasabi’s Bistro reported the incident to police shortly before 8 a.m. and the photos have been shared widely on social media.Eagles fly free as Alaska Raptor Center rings in springEnrique Pérez de la Rosa, KCAW – SitkaMarch 20 is the official start of spring on our calendars. But for the Alaska Raptor Center in Sitka, spring started last Saturday, March 16, when a number of its patients were discharged before an appreciative audience. Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNewslast_img read more