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Chelsea would be appointing a similar type of manager to Jose Mourinho if they make Antonio Conte their next head coach, according to the Sunday Supplement panel. Nike TN Basso Prezzo . The Italy boss is expected to take over from interim manager Guus Hiddink at Stamford Bridge this summer, reports Sky Italy.Conte would bring with him a track record of success from the three years he spent managing Juventus, where he won three Serie A titles in a row between 2012-14. However, the Italian is also a combustible figure in the style of Mourinho, according to the Suns head of sport Shaun Custis.In January 2010 police were needed to intervene to prevent an altercation between Conte and his own fans when he was coaching Atalanta and two years later he was banned from football for four months for failing to report alleged match-fixing while in charge at Siena.New York City playmaker Andrea Pirlo, who worked under Conte at Juventus, recently described his former boss as a beast. Abramovich doesnt look long term - Contes just the latest manager off the designer shopping rails to a certain extent Andy Dunn, the Daily Mirrors sports columnist There is a beast in him, Pirlo said. I have been in his dressing room at half-time when we have been winning, but he comes in and will be throwing full bottles of water around because of a mistake we made or because he feels we should be further ahead.Speaking about Conte on the Supplement, Custis said: He is fairly controversial. Hes also a fairly lively character.You hear that [owner Roman] Abramovich has had enough of Mourinho and you bring in a guy who is madder, certainly on the touchline.Weve had a lovely calm under Hiddink where its almost Sven-Goran Eriksson like. Hes calm, hes lovely, everything runs along. Look how the players have responded, everybodys happy and this is the way to go.But youre talking to Hiddink in the week and ask is there any chance of staying on and he says: No certainly not. There was never any question of him staying. Guus Hiddink has some advice for the Chelsea board as Antonio Conte closes in on agreeing a deal to succeed him at Stamford Bridge It seems like they are going back to a guy who knows how to win, but is a similar type of character and you think: This is going to be volatile again. Do Chelsea really want to have all that volatility again, even though he is a winning manager?[Abramovich] swings back and forward - You have [Carlo] Ancelotti, who was a wonderful, calm, authoritative figure, then Hiddink, who is slightly less authoritative, but similarly calm figure. And then you have Mourinho and then you have Conte. There doesnt seem to be any middle ground.If Conte, 46, does takes charge at Chelsea next season, he will need to hit the ground running, with The Times Chief Football writer Henry Winter saying that at the end of the day it will be results that determine his future at the club.Results will dictate everything and hell go with the tried and trusted and the expensive [players] probably from Italy, said Winter.Another option would be for Chelsea to try and persuade Hiddink to stay at Stamford Bridge this summer. Chelsea would be best served keeping hold of interim boss Guus Hiddink this summer, according to the Sunday Supplement panel Hiddink returned to coach the club for a second time in December following the sacking of Mourinho, with the champions struggling near the foot of the Premier League.Since the experienced Dutchmans arrival in west London, though, Chelsea have not lost in 10 league games, a run that has seen them move up to 11th in the table.Despite the impressive results Hiddink has achieved since arriving at Chelsea - the 69-year-old also had a similar impact at the club after replacing Luiz Felipe Scolari in February 2009 - the Blues are still set to appoint Conte.However, The Daily Mirrors sports columnist Andy Dunn thinks that while Conte has all the credentials to be a success at Chelsea next season, owner Roman Abramovich would be best served keeping hold of Hiddink. Chelseas Premier League record this season with and without interim boss Guus Hiddink He won three times on the spin with Juventus and is doing very well with Italy, he told the Sunday Supplement.I think on a basic level, youll have to allow for readjustment. Even though he is a proven, successful club manager, you would have a period of readjustment from national coach back to club manager.It seems like now, and I agree, that a lot of people are saying wouldnt the obvious solution be to try and persuade Hiddink to stay on for a little while - but hes not going to stay on for a long, long term.But then again Abramovich doesnt look long term. Hes just the latest manager off the designer shopping rails to a certain extent. Also See: Southampton 1-2 Chelsea Chelsea response delights Hiddink Southampton 1-2 Chelsea recap Hiddink wants Chelsea decision Scarpe Tn Donna . DAmigo scored twice in regulation and added the shootout winner as the Toronto Marlies edged the San Antonio Rampage 5-4 in American Hockey League action. Nike Tn Rosse . The catch: It needs a lot of money, and it needs it fast. . -- Adam Snyder returned to the San Francisco 49ers this season because the offensive lineman thought it was his best opportunity to win a championship.Scotland have only lifted the Calcutta Cup three times since the Six Nations began in 2000 but optimism is high ahead of Saturdays date with England. Scotland were whitewashed in the 2015 Six Nations with five defeats from five but some impressive performances during the World Cup - including that one point defeat to Australia in the quarter-finals - puts them in a good place ahead of their Murrayfield opener. Dean Ryan joins Alex Payne to preview the opening Six Nations clash between Scotland and England Englands failings at the World Cup are well documented, and while new coach Eddie Jones has not made wholesale changes to the squad, his focus on getting England back to their forward-dominant best has also seen confidence rise. We look at five points to look out for when the two sides face off.English underdogs? Vern Cotter has refuted claims Scotland are favourites to beat England Scotlands only win in their last 12 Six Nations games was a 21-20 win over Italy in Rome in 2014 and they have not beaten England since 2008. Despite this, Eddie Jones has labelled Vern Cotters side the favourites for Saturdays clash after the Scots narrowly missed out on a place in the World Cup semi-finals.Its so different us going up there as underdogs, said Jones. Scotland had a fantastic World Cup - they have excellent coaching staff and will be well prepared. Six Nations newcomers We look at 10 uncapped players looking to make an impact So for us its a game where we can restore some pride in English rugby against a Scottish team on top of the world.Cotter later laughed off Jones claims.I dont know how Eddie works that out, said the Scotland coach. Its just a psychological lever that hes trying to use, to take the pressure off himself.I gather that England are still ranked ahead of us by World Rugby. I didnt think England would need that, I thought they would be comfortable with the favourites tag.Sixes and sevens Scotland and Edinburgh flanker John Hardie in action against Japan The lack of a genuine fetcher appeared to plague England throughout the tenure of Stuart Lancaster, and now that Jones is in charge he has moved Chris Robshaw from the No 7 jersey into the No 6.Taking over the openside duties for England against Scotland is Wasps No 6 James Haskell, who previously made his feelings on the matter clear.People have got so obsessed about seven, six-and-a-half. Its bull. It doesnt matter, said the 30-year-old.The most important part of a back-row is the balance and people have got to stop worrying about what numbers youve got on a shirt. Six Nations predictions Alex Payne is tipping England to win this years tournament Youve got to each be exponents of all areas and this obsession with it has got to stop. Its not realistic. People havent seen that the modern game has completely changed from whats in the past. A seven now has a different role.Cotter obviously disagrees and has gone for two fetchers with John Hardie in the No 7 jersey and John Barclay wearing six.On the floor and at the breakdown Hardie is playing outstandingly well, said Sky Sports pundit Will Greenwood.He will look at that England team and say they have not got a seven. I think he will have a field day at the breakdown.No more Mr Nice Guy Scotlands WP Nel waiting for Englands front row The rallying call for England is to find their devil  - find that intensity that means they do not take a backward step, and begin to rediscover that forward dominance that England were once known for.For Eddie, we have been too nice. In the past we have been a bit lax and now we have to find our motivation and reason to bring the devil, explained Billy Vunipola.If we lose a scrum and the opponents push us back then he wants us to have the attitude that next time you come around Im going to smash you.England will be up against it at the coal face though - WP Nel was absolutely superb at tighthead during the World Cup and will reliish the chance to get stuck into Joe Marler who seems to be lacking a little confidence. Air Max Plus Bianche. The problem with Hartley Dylan Hartey hopes the disappointment of the World Cup will make Englands players hungrier for success It remains to be seen if new England captain Dylan Hartley can find that intensity that Jones craves while remaining calm and on the right side of the law. The selection of Hartley should come as no surprise as the set-piece was an area that England really struggled with at the World Cup - an area that England usually dominate.Hartleys experience and leadership is key to bring that dominance back and while a lot has been made of Hartleys disciplinary record and whether he has the right temperament to lead England, it is his staying power that is of concern. Ones to watch Jamie Weir asked all six captains for their player to watch... Hartley rarely lasts the full 80 minutes with the in-form Jamie George coming on at some stage, and the lack of leaders in the England team could be a problem.To combat that, Jones has named three vice-captains in Owen Farrell, Mike Brown and Billy Vunipola plus former captain Robshaw also has plenty of leadership experience, but will they step up in the heat of battle?Tactics Will Scotland target Owen Farrell (R) and George Ford (L)? Scotland may be optimistic but this is not an easy Six Nations for them - after England they face three away games against Wales, Italy and Ireland with their only other home game against France. Getting a win on Saturday is vital for them to get some momentum and they will be looking to target England anywhere they can.The George Ford and Owen Farrell combination is really exciting in terms of how England are going to attack but is it also an area that Scotland can exploit?I love that midfield combination of Ford and Farrell but it could also be an area that Scotland could attack, said Greenwood. Six Nations preview We preview the 2016 Six Nations Championship Farrell at No 12 is going to want to look after Ford and he likes to go chasing his hits. I think Scotland will look to get some moves in and around the No 10 and 12 channel to narrow Englands defence.Jonathan Joseph is not at his best just yet so I think they will look to expose him on the outside by getting three or four runners going around the corner. But for that to happen Scotlands pack have to carry hard and their platform has to be solid. Alex Payne picks out his favourite bets ahead of the Six Nations clash between Scotland and England Scotland: 15 Stuart Hogg, 14 Sean Maitland, 13 Mark Bennett, 12 Matt Scott, 11 Tommy Seymour, 10 Finn Russell, 9 Greig Laidlaw (c), 1 Alasdair Dickinson, 2 Ross Ford, 3 Willem Nel, 4 Richie Gray, 5 Jonny Gray, 6 John Barclay, 7 John Hardie, 8 David DentonReplacements: 16 Stuart McInally, 17 Gordon Reid, 18 Zander Fagerson, 19 Tim Swinson, 20 Blair Cowan, 21 Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, 22 Duncan Weir, 23 Duncan Taylor.England: 15 Mike Brown, 14 Anthony Watson, 13 Jonathan Joseph, 12 Owen Farrell, 11 Jack Nowell, 10 George Ford, 9 Danny Care; 1 Joe Marler, 2 Dylan Hartley (c), 3 Dan Cole, 4 Joe Launchbury, 5 George Kruis, 6 Chris Robshaw, 7 James Haskell, 8 Billy Vunipola.Replacements: 16 Jamie George, 17 Mako Vunipola, 18 Paul Hill, 19 Courtney Lawes, 20 Jack Clifford, 21 Ben Youngs, 22 Alex Goode, 23 Ollie Devoto. Cheap Jerseys 2018 Wholesale NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Jerseys Wholesale ' ' '