Antonio Conte

Former P&C or La Grande Inter?


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Regardless of the Scudetto, he will always be a Hunchback cunt and that is never going to change.

When you think about it, we needed a Juventino to show us to win a Championship.

With hindsight, number 19 was pretty bittersweet.
 

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Conte added: “I don’t like it when people jump on the bandwagon -- they have to be there in the good times as well as the bad and here at Inter it wasn’t like that, I’m sorry to say.”
In November, he criticised poor planning, saying the squad was too small to challenge in both Serie A and the Champions League. The club responded with several signings in the January transfer window.
conte is right, there is a RAT in our Admins.
beside the shaky current coach, this undisclosed rotten apple in inter should be expelled by all means.
 

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Yeah if he goes to Juve it's literally all over for the next 3 years
 

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It means he'll join them end of the season or he's trying to force the Tottenham board to offer him a better contract.
 

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KULUSEVSKI EXPLAINS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN JUVE AND TOTTENHAM, ALLEGRI AND CONTE
Dejan Kulusevski says leaving Juventus and Italy was ‘the best thing’ he could do adding that he works harder at Tottenham under Antonio Conte.
The 22-year-old was not a regular starter under Max Allegri and left the club after just six months under the Tuscan tactician.

What didn’t work at Juventus?

“I don’t know, sometimes in football things simply go well. I haven’t changed anything in these months,” Kulusevski told Gazzetta.
“I always go and always went to the pitch with the full commitment. However, at Juventus, something didn’t work regardless of how much I worked.
“I like to look forward rather than backward. Surely, I wasn’t ok at Juventus for many reasons and when you realise things don’t work, it’s hard to change direction in the same environment. The decision to leave Italy was the best I could make in that situation.
“Everything is going better in England. On and off the pitch. Now I always want to play football and win for my team.”

How much credit does Conte deserve for his improvements?
“A lot. My body has changed here, especially thanks to working in the gym,” Kulusevski admitted.
“We work hard every day, more than I did in Italy. I love the way we work here in London. Surely it is the coach’s merit. I am so happy to play for him.”

Is there much difference between the two coaches?
“Honestly, yes, I don’t want to say that one is better than the other, I respect Allegri and Conte. They’ve both won so much in their careers, but their idea of football is different.
At Tottenham, we work much more in the gym and the results are there. My world has changed. I have to say that I’ve never met a person who is as motivated as Conte in my life. When someone like him talks to you, enters your heart.”

Kulusevski has six goals and 11 assists in 29 appearances across all competitions with Tottenham.
Everyone that left Juventus (Zakaria, De Ligt) were saying there were not warking so hard. Seems that Allegri`s focus is too much on tactics while neglecting the body...

I suspect Inzaghi might not be training them as hard as Conte, as we see players in bad shape.
 

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Conte said that reports him coming back to rube are bullshit.
 

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he also pretty much said that Djed Spence sucks 3 days ago... Perhpas he wants the team to hate him, so he can jump on Juves dick.

 

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At least he is honest in assessing his players. Unlike Inzaghi who keeps selecting the same underperforming players and all the while expecting different results.
 

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Regardless of the Scudetto, he will always be a Hunchback cunt and that is never going to change.

When you think about it, we needed a Juventino to show us to win a Championship.

With hindsight, number 19 was pretty bittersweet.
I will never see it from this perspective. Inter won the Scudetto and that’s it. We played well in that season with players that deserve to lift the trophy. It was sweet as candy.
 

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Where was the honesty in benching Eriksen for Gagliardini and Vidal?
He was benching Eriksen, because he was struggling to follow Conte's instructions. Even, Eriksen admitted it in one interview.
Conte is good in assessment of who will be working well in his system. Remember, he wanted Kulushevski. Moses, Darmian, Sanchez, Lukaku. Even Candreva was decent under him, and I understand why Conte asked for him 2 years before in Chelsea.
 

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He was benching Eriksen, because he was struggling to follow Conte's instructions. Even, Eriksen admitted it in one interview.
Conte is good in assessment of who will be working well in his system. Remember, he wanted Kulushevski. Moses, Darmian, Sanchez, Lukaku. Even Candreva was decent under him, and I understand why Conte asked for him 2 years before in Chelsea.
though he sent Candreva's ass to Sampdoria when Hakimi came here
 

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though he sent Candreva's ass to Sampdoria when Hakimi came here
It's normal as Candreva was already at decline, and Hakimi is another dimension, but if he was 2-3 years younger he would have stayed most probably.
 

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Not like you care, but before the match, Antonio Conte to SkySport: “Inter had a difficult round, it gave a great signal against Barcelona. And tonight it won't be easy for Barça, when you win you put a step on top and you know you can repeat yourself"
 
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