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Newcastle Might Become Biggest Title Challenger If They Appoint Antonio Conte

The Premier league title race for this season is gradually heating up with the likes of Manchester united, Manchester city, Liverpool and Chelsea have already positioned at the top of the league table. With Chelsea leading the title race at the moment, with one point above Liverpool. Although it is too early to decide who will be the winner of this season's title race.

Be it as it may, Newcastle have now completed their big money takeover and the will be expected to spend a lot of money in the transfer window in order to help them build that squad that will enable them compete for the title. With the January transfer window fast approaching, Newcastle will be hoping to complete certain deals that will see them strengthen their squad. Marina will now be expected to make her own transfer reinforcement in order to make Chelsea stronger and also well equiped for this title race.

According to recent reports, Two of Chelsea's former coaches are currently in the list of managers that will be appointed to coach this team. Antonio Conte and Frank Lampard are the coaches that are likely to be employed. Conte's performance in the premier league, coupled with what the Italian tactician achieved with that Inter Milan team, he will be the perfect candidate to lead this revolutionized Newcastle team.

The blues coach, Thomas Tuchel plays a similar pattern with Antonio Conte. That 3-4-2-1 formation have helped Tuchel achieve so much more in the Premier league and that might also be another reason why Conte will pose a huge threat to Thomas Tuchel in the title race. Thomas Tuchel already have the likes of Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and even Ole to compete with and as such, the addition of Antonio Conte to the Premier league will be a very huge blow to Tuchel's title race.

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