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Did Antonio Conte ever coach in Premier League before? Here we would like to tell you the answer in details

Did Antonio Conte ever coach in Premier League before? Here we would like to tell you the answer in details

Antonio Conte has ever coach in Premier League before. On 4 April 2016, Chelsea confirmed that Antonio Conte, the former coach of Italian well-known football club Juventus and Italy national team will be the new coach of their first team oficially at the upcoming season.On 15 August,Conte started his coaching career in Chelsea with a 2–1 win over West Ham United. When they finished their 11th Premier League game this season on 17 December, Conte set a new club record with 11 consecutive league victories in a single season, following a 1–0 away triumph over Crystal Palace.[64] After securing a 4–2 home win over Stoke City on 31 December, Chelsea recorded a 13th consecutive league victory, equalling Arsenal’s 2002 record for most consecutive league wins in a single season.

However, the record was ended in the following match.What is a bit interesting is that the opponent Chelsea faced in this game was  Tottenham Hotspur, a team whch is very close to hire Antonio Conte currently. Despite this, Conte and his Chelsea won the champion of 2016/2017 Premier League at last with 30 wins ,3draws and 5 losts in this season. In season 2016/2017, Chelsea scored 85 goals and Conceded 33 goals in 38 matches.
After winning the champion of Premier League,  Conte signed a new two-year contract with Chelsea, keeping him at the club until 2019.But the performance of Chelsea in 2017/2018 Premier League is out of the consideration of Antonio Conte,Chelsea finished fifth in the league at the end of the season, missing out on Champions League qualification. Considered his performance in the process of  defending the champion of Premier League and his eccentric personality which caused him to blame the club frequently when being interviewed,Chelsea decided to send Antonio Conte back home when season 2017/2018 ended.

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