"Stamford Bridge holds special memories for them and us after the win there in our first season in the Premier League".
Pic: ReutersLONDON: Chelsea reacted angrily on Friday to newspaper reports that Carlo Ancelotti was set to replace manager Antonio Conte and that former coach Steve Holland has received texts from unhappy players who say they are missing him.
But Conte is adamant he is going nowhere and that Ancelotti won't be making a Chelsea return.
'But if someone is happy to write this then write this. I can accept this but to put another person in this way [Holland], I think this is incorrect and it is not good that this person has to send me a message to tell me I am sorry "that this is not true".
"If I see in the past it also happened with other managers, a lot of bulls**t".
Ancelotti is out of work after being sacked by Bayern Munich, but Conte does not fear being usurped by his former boss at Juventus.
"Last season was hard for him but it was also hard for me", Conte said. "If you want me to do an interview I am ready".
'Why put another person in this bull***t. I can accept it being written that the club is ready to sack me and can accept the story with the players. If you want to hit me, hit mm.
"I'm in touch with Carlo as he's my friend", Conte said.
Conte revealed that N'Golo Kante and Victor Moses will not be fit for the Bournemouth clash, while Danny Drinkwater is unlikely to feature twice in a week, having made his return from a calf problem against Everton on Wednesday. "Sometimes if I decide to play with two strikers, maybe I don't know, but it's important to know I can count on him", the manager added.