81 Facts About Antonio Conte

1. Antonio Conte was interviewed by Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport today.

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2. Antonio Conte is still being paid at Chelsea until his contract expires in the summer—or he takes another job.

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3. Antonio Conte would be an ideal managerial choice for either Roma or Inter, and as a three-time winner of Serie A as a coach, he would strengthen any Italian side next season.

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4. Antonio Conte will lead Italy at Euro 2016, after which his contract will expire and he will then join the Blues.

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5. Antonio Conte is so fond of winning that he named his daugheter Vittoria.

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6. Antonio Conte is truly, deeply and madly in love with his wife Elisabetta and daughter Vittoria and has professed in public domain on numerous occassions.

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7. Antonio Conte is not afraid to go toe-to-toe with fellow managers.

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8. Antonio Conte has formed the habit of celebrating wildly with his technical staff and supporters.

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9. Antonio Conte won three Seria A titles in the three years he was in charge.

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10. On that faithful date, 31 May 2011, Antonio Conte decided to signed a two-year contract that bound him to this Turin club until 30 June 2013.

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11. Antonio Conte retired from the Italian national team in the year 2000.

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12. Antonio Conte wore the red and yellow jersey for 7 years, playing 89 matches and scoring 1 goal  for Lecce.

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13. Antonio Conte was born in Lecce, southern Italy on the 31st July 1969 to his father Cosimino Conte, a football coach and Mother Ada Briamo, a full time house wife.

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14. Antonio Conte chased every player out of the room as he tore into Buffon.

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15. Antonio Conte had fire running through his veins and he moved like a viper.

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16. Antonio Conte was dismissed as Chelsea manager on 13 July 2018.

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17. On 15 March 2016, the FIGC confirmed Antonio Conte would step down as manager after Euro 2016.

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18. On 20 March 2012, Antonio Conte became the first coach to lead Juventus to a Coppa Italia final since Marcello Lippi in the 2004 Coppa Italia Final.

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19. Antonio Conte arrived amid high expectations that he, a former fan favourite as a midfielder for the club, would lead them back to the summit of the Italian and European game.

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20. The next day, Antonio Conte tended his resignation to the club, leaving them in 19th place.

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21. On 13 March 2007, Antonio Conte was reinstated as Arezzo head coach as his predecessor failed to gain any significant improvement with the club mired in a relegation struggle.

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22. Antonio Conte was signed by Juventus manager Giovanni Trapattoni in 1991, debuting on 17 November 1991 against cross-city rivals Torino.

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23. Antonio Conte amassed a total of 99 appearances and 1 goal for Lecce.

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24. Antonio Conte was dismissed as Chelsea manager in July 2018.

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25. Antonio Conte played for the Italy national team and was a participant at the 1994 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000, where, on both occasions, Italy finished runners-up.

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26. Antonio Conte captained the team and won the UEFA Champions League, as well as five Serie A titles, among other honours.

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27. Antonio Conte was the early frontrunner for the job after Julen Lopetegui was sacked.

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28. Antonio Conte has been out of work since leaving Stamford Bridge.

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29. Antonio Conte rules himself out of taking over at Real Madrid for now.

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30. Antonio Conte has revealed he did not become Real Madrid's manager, because he wants to start with his next club after the season ends.

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31. Antonio Conte speaks for first time since Chelsea sacking; rules out Real Madrid job, for now.

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32. Antonio Conte broke his silence at the Panchina d'Oro event.

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33. Antonio Conte has responded to Sergio Ramos comments about 'respect' and opened up about his future amidst the talk of Real Madrid opting for Santiago Solari as their new head coach.

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34. Antonio Conte was back in Italy today and spoke publicly to Italian sports channel, Rai Sport, about his return to coaching.

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35. Antonio Conte has responded to Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos' claims that a new manager for Los Blancos would need to earn the respect of the club's players.

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36. Antonio Conte responds to Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos' "respect" warning.

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37. Antonio Conte was tipped to become the Merengues' boss but Florentino chose Solari instead.

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38. Antonio Conte finally retaliates as he calls out Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos for showing lack of respect.

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39. Antonio Conte was the early frontrunner for the job after Julen Lopetegui was.

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40. Antonio Conte has finally spoken out on rumours linking him with the Real Madrid manager's job, which caretaker boss Santiago Solari is on the verge of being handed full-time.

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41. Antonio Conte will cost Chelsea the full £9.5m as Italian puts job search on hold.

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42. Antonio Conte has seemingly addressed comments made by Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos when he was linked with the post at the Bernabeu.

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43. Antonio Conte responds to Sergio Ramos after issuing previous Real Madrid warning.

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44. Antonio Conte has called for Sergio Ramos to be more respectful after the influential Real Madrid defender said the Italian coach is unable to manage dressing rooms.

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45. Antonio Conte has insisted he is in no rush to return to coaching after Real Madrid confirmed to the Spanish Football Association that Santiago Solari will remain in charge of the team for at least the rest of the season.

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46. Antonio Conte has insisted he is in no rush to return to coaching after Real Madrid confirmed to the Spanish.

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47. Antonio Conte evidently didn't think enough of him to allow him to start matches during Chelsea's run to the Premier League title in 2016'17, while he spent the second half of last term on loan in Germany.

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48. Antonio Conte is suing Chelsea for £8.7m—on top of the £11m he still.

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49. Antonio Conte remains embroiled in a mega payoff row with Chelsea, it has been revealed.

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50. Antonio Conte is still dealing with the effects of his departure from Chelsea while Arsene Wenger addressed rumors about his next coaching stop.

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51. Antonio Conte will take Chelsea to court over his remaining salary, according to Sky Sports News.

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52. Antonio Conte refuses to meet with Chelsea of to discuss settlement.

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53. Antonio Conte is 'suing' Chelsea for £8.7m, on top of the £11m payoff he is still seeking for the last year of his previous contract at Stamford Bridge, according to a report.

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54. Antonio Conte has refused to meet with Chelsea and is insisting on taking them to court for the rest of his salary, Sky Sports News understands.

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55. Antonio Conte was ungracefully removed from his role as head coach at Chelsea over the summer, with a Premier League and FA Cup trophy across two seasons not good enough to save the Italian from being replaced by his compatriot Maurizio Sarri.

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56. Antonio Conte told Real Madrid he wanted transfer of surprise Manchester United star if he got the job.

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57. Sky Sports are reporting that Antonio Conte is taking Chelsea to court over the rest of his salary.

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58. Antonio Conte is reportedly refusing to meet with Chelsea and plans to take them to court for the rest of his salary.

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59. Antonio Conte has been out of work since being dismissed from the managerial role at.

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60. Sky Sports claims that Antonio Conte decided to turn the club down.

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61. Antonio Conte has reportedly removed himself from the running to take over from Julen Lopetegui at Real Madrid.

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62. Antonio Conte had been widely tipped to replace Julen Lopetegui who was sacked on Monday, but will.

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63. Antonio Conte has reportedly ruled himself out of contention for the vacant manager's position at Real Madrid.

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64. Antonio Conte had been the early favourite to succeed Lopetegui, but Real instead chose to appoint Santiago Solari as a short-term interim option after seemingly failing to reach an agreement with the Italian.

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65. Antonio Conte does not want Real Madrid job, prefers Manchester United instead—reports.

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66. Antonio Conte turns down Real Madrid job to await Mourinho's sack at Man United.

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67. Antonio Conte reportedly remains in contention to take over as Real Madrid manager after speculation the club were set to look elsewhere.

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68. Antonio Conte has been warned: Ramos rules the Real Madrid dressing room.

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69. Antonio Conte demands £20m from Chelsea as dispute with Roman Abramovich turns ugly.

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70. Antonio Conte described David Luiz as being "crucial" to the team's success, and praised him for working to improve his composure and concentration.

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71. Antonio Conte apologised afterwards but was nonetheless charged with misconduct by the FA.

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72. Antonio Conte was sent to the stands for the first time in his Chelsea career during the first half of a home match against Swansea City on 29 November 2017.

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73. On 18 July 2017, Antonio Conte signed a new two-year contract with Chelsea, keeping him at the club until 2019.

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74. On 13 January 2017, Antonio Conte became the first manager in history to win three consecutive Premier League Manager of the Month awards.

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75. Antonio Conte led Italy to the top of the group, the first time in a major tournament since the 2006 World Cup.

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76. In November 2012, Antonio Conte was awarded the Trofeo Maestrelli, an award honouring the three best Italian coaches working in the professional league, the country's youth coaching system and outside Italy, respectively.

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77. The match ended with Antonio Conte receiving police protection to avoid an altercation with the Atalanta ultras.

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78. On 21 September 2009, Antonio Conte replaced Angelo Gregucci as manager of Atalanta.

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79. Along with his team, Antonio Conte finished as runner-up in the Champions League on three other occasions, as Juventus lost the Champions League finals of 1997, 1998 and 2003.

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80. Antonio Conte is an Italian professional football manager and former player.

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81. Antonio Conte has shone in Italy and England, so could succeed at Madrid—Vialli.

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