Chelsea were dealt a huge blow when it was announced that technical director Michael Emenalo would be leaving his role at Stamford Bridge, ending a 10-year association with the football club, but he's left a legacy behind him.
In a statement on Chelsea's official website, Emenalo said: "This has been a very hard decision to make, but one I believe is right for both myself and my family, and the club".
The Blues boss vented his frustration at the media's constant digs when asked about the potential return of Carlo Ancelotti to the Premier League champions - his compatriot supposedly being in the running to take over from Conte if he is sacked at any point.
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Conte, on the other hand, had this to say about the situation: "I am very sorry to see Michael leave Chelsea, and I would like to thank him for all his help and support since I arrived at this club".
However Emenalo pointed to the success of Christensen, who impressed for Chelsea in their 1-0 victory over Manchester United at the weekend as proof that this system was working.
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The former Nigerian worldwide, who joined Chelsea in 2007 and has been technical director since 2011, has already been linked with a position at Monaco.
The former Nigerian footballer has done well to recruit some big names since joining in 2007, helping Chelsea to eight trophies.
However, he has often been seen by some as at fault for transfer flops and the increasing amount of young players sent away on loan.
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