Antonio Conte is an Italian professional football coach and former player. He is currently the head coach of the Tottenham team. He has had a successful career as a coach, leading several clubs to both domestic and international titles.

Conte began his coaching career at Siena in 2006, where he led the team to promotion to Serie B. After a few years coaching at Arezzo and Bari, he was appointed as head coach of Atalanta in 2010. Conte then was appointed as head coach of Juventus in 2011, he led the team to three consecutive Serie A titles and two Italian Super Cups.

In 2014, Conte was appointed as the head coach of the Italian national team, but in 2016 he resigned from this position to become the head coach of Chelsea F.C. where he won the English Premier League and the FA Cup.

After a period as a free agent, in 2019 he was appointed as head coach of Inter Milan, where he led the team to win the Serie A in 2020-2021 and Italian Super Cup in 2021.

Conte is known for his intense and demanding coaching style and for his tactical acumen. He is considered one of the best coaches in Italy and Europe.

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Antonio Conte was a professional football player before becoming a coach. He primarily played as a midfielder and is considered one of the best Italian midfielders of his generation.

During his career as a player, he played for several teams, including:

Lecce from 1985 to 1991, where he played 156 games and scored 12 goals.

Juventus from 1991 to 2004, where he played 280 games and scored 26 goals.

Italy national team from 1991 to 2000, where he played 55 games and scored 2 goals.

In total, Conte played 491 games as a professional football player, and scored 40 goals during his career.