‘King Conte’ is published by G2 Entertainment, sponsored by ChesleaFan12, that relives every step of Antonio Conte’s first season in English football and how he won the Premier League title and took his team to the FA Cup Final.
Conte is the fourth Italian manager to win the league in England, only the fourth to win the title in his first season.
How did he do it? All the answers are in this 100,000 word ‘King Conte’ new release book with every team selection, tactical solution, for every game, and how his players relate to him.
EXCLUSIVE: ChelseaFan12 now offer a Limited Edition Hardback version, numbered 1 to 500, signed by author Harry Harris with a forward from namesake Ron ‘Chopper’ Harris. The hardback limited edition can only be ordered from ChelseaFan12.com. It is now available for pre-order.
“King Conte’ contains a series of exclusive pictures, artwork and behind the scenes insights into the man the fans have taken to their hearts with constant chants of ‘Antonio, Antonio’.
‘King Conte’ will go on tour with signing sessions at various locations such as GolaResturant in Fulham, which Conte and his family frequent, Planet Hollywood in London, to Elaine’s in Sunningdale, attended by a number of Chelsea legends.
Ron Harris, Bobby Tambling and Gary Chivers filmed promo videos for the book as Chelsea returned to Stamford Bridge as Premier League Champions; the clips will be on ChelseaFan12.com and ChelseaFan12 twitter.
The book goes to print the day after the victory parade on Sunday May 28, and the publishers are offering a unique opportunity
Submit your ‘selfies’ NOW with Antonio Conte on ChelseaFan12.com or Footielegends100 twitter and the best, selected by the auhtor, might be published in ‘King Conte’, not just a ‘must read’ for all Chelsea fans but also all football fans fascinated how he came, saw and conquered despite the formidable opposition of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City and Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.
The flamboyant, gesticulating, non-stop touchline leaping Chelsea coach achieved the impossible, by succeeded Mourinho in the affections of the Blues faithful. But he has became the new ‘Special One’ in English football.