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Former Chelsea star wants Antonio Conte to win the double at Chelsea


Former Chelsea striker Hernan Crespo wants new manager Antonio Conte to emulate Carlo Ancelotti when he takes charge of the club after the Euro 2016 Championship.

The 40-year-old confessed that Chelsea is still in his heart and his dream is to make a return at Stamford Bridge.

He was announced as new head coach of Serie B club Modena last summer but was sacked last March after a run of disappointing results.

"Chelsea is still in my heart. I'm trying to work my way - because I'm a manager now - and my dream will be, in a few years, to work with Chelsea," Crespo told talkSPORT.

"One day [I want to manage them]. I've started to build my career to come there.

"I'm very happy for him [Antonio Conte], I hope he does the same [as Carlo Ancelotti, who won the double]."

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