Eden Hazard reveals his favorite manager from his time at Chelsea.

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Eden Hazard, legend of the Belgian national team. Revealing that there is only one manager who was able to bring out his best potential while at Chelsea. Praised as the best coach and allowing him to show off his top form.

Eden Hazard, former famous playmaker, praises Italian trainer Antonio Conte. He was his best manager during his time at Stamford Bridge. 

Legendary commander of the Belgian national team. Officially announced his retirement at the age of just 32 in October last year. After refusing to move to a new team after separating from Real Madrid, which failed unofficially due to injuries. Report by โปรโมชั่น ufabet

However. Hazard was once known as one of the best players in the English Premier League while playing for the army. Chelsea over a period of 7 seasons, winning the league 2 times and other championships as well. Including winning the PFA Player of the Year award in the 2014/2015 season.

Although Hazard won the PFA award while playing under Jose Mourinho. He insists Conte was the manager who brought out his best during their time together. 

“I think my best moments at Chelsea were with Antonio Conte all week in training. Will have a break on Saturday. I want to do something a little fun because. Would be back on the training field the next day.”

“I have to do something. It was only 90 minutes for me to enjoy. You must remember him. Including his tactics Of course Saturday is the best day for me,” the former Real Madrid star said.

On October 21, 2023, Chelsea a famous team in the English Premier League. Is preparing to pay tribute to the legend Eden Hazard by putting up a giant sign. Tamford Bridge before the big Premier League game that will meet with Arsenal on Saturday (21 Oct. 2023) after he announced his retirement.

Eden Hazard the 32-year-old former star player announced his retirement from professional football. After leaving the current club Real Madrid Canceled his contract last summer. One year before the end of the year.

The Belgian playing for Chelsea for seven years, scoring 110 goals in 352 games. And establishing himself as one of the best players in the Premier League during that time. He help the club to two Premier League titles, two Europa Leagues. An FA Cup and a League Cup during his time at West London.