Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte has expressed his struggles while trying to guide his club to its first trophy in a decade. Conte points out how he has become a pain in the a**. Conte claims managing Inter is the most difficult challenge in his coaching career.
Inter are top of Italy Serie A. After a win over their bitter rival last week, they are four points clear at the top. They last won a trophy during the 2010/2011 season when they clinched the Coppa Italia for their seventh time.
Antonio Conte believes that Inter’s transformation into serious title contenders is attributed to his decisive style of play. He feels what stimulates him is when people talk about him, accepting he is a good coach but… and it is this “but” that usually stimulates him.
The former Italy coach believes that playing for big clubs as a player doesn’t guarantee a player that he can be a coach. For him, he had won everything as a footballer and started his coaching career from Zero with Arezzo.
He believes he has had enough experience and he is always prepared. He laments how he was advised not to join Inter Millan’s coaching role but he didn’t heed that advice because he really likes challenges. But this challenge he says has been the most difficult in his career.
Antonio Conte outlined how different it is between winning and living peacefully. when he joins a club, Conte says he enters into the club with body and soul. And because he is always passionate, the passion which is contagious makes the difference. This gives him a sense of belonging, and it is such a sense of belonging that pushes him to give more.
Conte managed Italy but later left to take over at Chelsea where he led them to the Premier League title in 2017. He is full of determination to end the Nerazzurri barren run. Managing Italy National Team gives him a lot of goosebumps. He still feels that his door will always be open for Azzurri.
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