Britain Football Soccer - Chelsea v West Ham United - Premier League - Stamford Bridge - 15/8/16. Chelsea manager Antonio Conte celebrates with Thibaut Courtois at the end of the match. Reuters / Eddie Keogh
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Chelsea's new manager Antonio Conte has no intention of diluting the passion that caused him to leap into the crowd to celebrate Chelsea's late winning goal in his first Premier League game Monday.He is taking the same attitude to volatile striker Diego Costa, scorer of that goal, who some observers felt should have been sent off earlier in the game.Chelsea and Conte are both familiar with Watford's new manager Walter Mazzarri from his time in Italy with Napoli.Conte came up against him regularly while in charge of Juventus.
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