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Chelsea and Twitter Reveal Special Antonio Conte Emoji Ahead of Title Party

Chelsea and Twitter Reveal Special Antonio Conte Emoji Ahead of Title Party

Chelsea and Twitter have revealed a special Antonio Conte emoji ahead of the club’s title party this weekend.

The Blues clinched the title last week with a 1-0 win over West Brom at the Hawthorns and are able to enjoy the remaining games knowing they’ll hold the trophy aloft after playing Sunderland at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

As is the norm with the season end, social media will be buzzing with football talk – and Chelsea fans will be no different as they celebrate the win.

So the club and Twitter have now revealed that they can add a special touch to their tweets after introducing the #ChelseaChampions hashtag, which will automatically generate a Conte emoji:

We’re expecting to see a lot of this used at the weekend.

The celebrations will be short for Chelsea given they have one more important game to play after the visit of Sunderland.

Conte’s men are aiming for a double by adding the FA Cup to their haul this season and they can do that if they beat Arsenal at Wembley next weekend.

Maybe Chelsea and Twitter should keep the #ChelseaChampions hashtag going for another few weeks just in case.

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