Antonio Conte: Why Chelsea Chelsea of ​​Italy became sour?



Conte's last act in charge of Chelsea was to give the club his eighth FA Cup trophy

Antonio Conte and Chelsea took much more time than initially thought, mainly due to the compensation problems solve

However, for the seventh time in a decade, Chelsea is changing her manager.

Conte delivered two trophies in two seasons. The former Italy boss led the Blues to the Premier League title in his first season, but the FA Cup was considered a poor performance last season.

Conte's winning percentage was greater than anyone who has spent more than 40 games at the club since Avram Grant left in 2009, but it was always a premature departure for the 48-year-old former Italy player. Juventus, explains Simon Stone of of BBC Sport.

Has he been the "true" Conte? 19659007] Warnings began to arrive even before Conte defied expectations of winning the title in his debut season.

A group of Italian journalists had joined the former national coach to tell their time at Stamford Bridge for an expectant crowd at home.

They had been surprised by Conte's smiling and jovial attitude.

This was a man known for his short life, who resigned in Juventus a month before the start of the 2014-15 season, furious over the club's failed transfer policy, upset by his preseason schedule and angered by those who they exert influence behind the scenes.

In that brilliant first campaign in London, Conte's only significant problem came with former Chelsea boss José Mourinho, who was angered by what he perceived as the Italian's excessive celebrations