legends16 4 months ago Edited Chelsea, England 29 471 So it seems Conte is on the brink of being sacked, according to some media reports. Should the board sack him, or not? I think they should keep him. We are still in the top 4, in the Champions League and a cup too. Yes, we have had disappointing results recently but these are because the squad is not deep and strong enough. A typical knee-jerk firing would be wrong. Give Conte time to build a proper team, and without a doubt I know he can lead us to PL victory again. Remember what he did in his first season - that was no coincident. Conte has gone out of his way to put himself out of the running for the Italy job which he could easily get, but instead has pledged to honour his contract with us. This shows his great commitment to us as a club - it's time we respected that and showed him some commitment. He also has had PSG enquiring about his availability - he could easily go there and get far more freedom with regards to buying players. And yet he is committed to Chelsea still. it's not like he has anything to prove either; he could still leave now as a success story who was loved by the fans. We seem to be changing as a club - we no longer throw money at buying the best players out there just like that. Instead we look for bargains and will not overpay. As part of this club evolution we should change the culture of sacking managers after a couple of bad defeats too. Keeping Conte would be a statement of who we are as a club and the direction we are heading in. Also, many won't admit it but the stability we will have if we keep Conte could be critical to Hazard staying. Please put your thoughts down below. I'd be particularly interested to see what other Chelsea fans on here think. I've never really considered sacking Conte as an option this season, and thought most Chelsea fans would be the same, but some of the stuff on twitter made me doubt that. Though that could just be the plastics. If you vote for Conte to be fired, please explain why you think so Showing previous versions of this text.