TOTTENHAM manager Antonio Conte has been inducted into the Italian Football Hall of Fame for his trophy-rich coaching career.
Conte has made it at both club and international level, winning some of the biggest trophies in world football.
The Italian has FIVE league titles to his credit, four of them in his home country.
Contes The newest title came last season when he was in charge of Inter Milan, where he helped overthrow Juventus’ nine-year dominance of the division – something he was also involved in between 2011 and 2014.
His work as head coach of the Italian national team was also recognized.
Its introduction follows Arrigo Sacchi, Giovanni Trapattoni, Marcello Lippi and Euro 2020 Winning coach Roberto Mancini.
The Italian Football Federation also paid tribute to Conte for his active days, saying the award “could easily have been placed in the player category”.
Conte told that Official website of the Italian Football Federation: “I think that this award affects my two careers, both as a player and as a coach.
“In both cases I had an important path, with luck and skill I won everything as a footballer at club level.
“In both cases I had an important path, with luck and skill I won everything as a footballer at club level.”
Conte was highly decorated as a player.
The former midfielder has won five Serie A titles, a Champions League, a Uefa Cup, a Coppa Italia and four Supercoppa Italiana.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/18033387/tottenham-antonio-conte-italian-hall-of-fame/ Tottenham manager Antonio Conte has been inducted into the Italian Football Hall of Fame for his time with the national team, Juventus & Inter