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Antonio Conte is the stylish, and often fiery, manager of Chelsea who has previously enjoyed an extremely successful spell in charge of Italian giants Juventus, as well as stints at Siena, Atalanta, Bari, Arezzo, and most recently Italy.

During three seasons at Juventus Conte led the club to a hat-trick of Serie A titles and two Suppercoppa Italianas, while the Old Lady memorably went through the whole of the 2011/12 season unbeaten in the league.

Prior to that Conte gained recognition for lead both Bari and Siena up to the Italian top-flight.

Conte led Italy through to the quarter-finals of Euro 2016, knocking out defending champions Spain in the last-16, and will now be looking to bring in silverware with Chelsea after becoming the 10th boss to work under Blues owner Roman Abramovich.

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TeamWDLWIN%
Chelsea112368.8
Italy146556
Juventus102341567.5
Robur Siena2214850
Atalanta34721.4
Bari32201547.8
Arezzo64442.9
Arezzo35425
TOTAL193896156.3

Antonio Conte Quotes

Those who face Juve always makes the game of life. For us it is business as usual.


Who wins writes, who finished second did a good championship but did not make the history.


Impossible to be successful without being obnoxious, at least in Italy. The jealousy and envy are unavoidable, especially at high levels. Never gonna happen, difficult to see a winning likeable.


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The Sack Race's Opinion

On the whole the meticulous Antonio Conte has enjoyed unbridled success since stepping into the dugout over 10 years, and is now the man charged with leading a revival at Chelsea.

 

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